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Yellowish Liquid Stole
Bright yellow poo: The amount, color, frequency of stool varies with foods, speed of emptying of the GI tract, medications & supplements ingested, gut flora (unique for each individual), additives (like blood), subtractions (like absent bile), infection, inflammation, & other factors. If stool pattern has changed, is unusual for you, & the change persists, or is accompanied by other symptoms, see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Severely constipated.Tried to pass bm bt TONS of thick milky white/yellow liquid came out.Then an insane amt of thick mucus came out bt still no stool?
Get checked: This could be a serious problem and needs to be discussed with a physician in detail. Bowel obstruction, infection or inflammatory bowel disease are potential serious explanations. Visit the ER if you have associated abdominal pain, shaking chills or fever, or dizziness. Get well! ...Read more
Vaginitis: It sounds like you have vaginitis. Since it has an odor, it is more than likely a bacterial infection. However, it could also be an STD, so don't delay in seeing your family doctor or gynecologist. If the odor is bothersome, you may use a product called refresh Ph for temporary relief ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dark Yellow smelly discharge looks bubbly On Tissue no Itching Just Alot Of Watery Smelly Discharge sometime thin white?
Monitor the trends.: Depending on how you are feeding your infant (breast/formula) you will need to continue establishing your initiation and sustaining of intake. If your infant is not feeding well and vomitng persists, see your pediatrician right away to evaluate your feeding, perform vital signs, weight and thorough exam. The yellow liquid is from the stomach. It is not worrisome if this is an isolated event. ...Read more
Go to your doctor: If you aren't sure then you may need to go to your doctors. I'm not sure what other symptoms you have but if you are in doubt, then go to your doctors for a thorough evaluation and proper diagnosis. ...Read more
SOunds like: You need to see your doctor soon. ...Read more
Sudden large amount of thick white/yellow liquid pouring from vagina mixed with rubbery ovulationlike substance. Not aroused. Poured out in one "push"?
Did you recently: Have unprotected sex? The sperm and seminal fluid doesn't really have any place to go, but back out the way it came. It can kind of look like a weird congealed whitish rubbery discharge. If you haven't had unprotected sex, then we'd have to look for a different answer. The first is prevented by showering after sex and using your fingers and water to get any remaining goo out. Condoms catch goo! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 1yr old has white cottage cheese like chunks in her poop. It's all yellow only a few white chunks. Is it biliary atresia? Or jus undigested milk?
Everytime i pee lil clear string of discharge comes out & hang from vagina no smell but in underwear looks greenish yellow?
Iv been throwing up red chunks of something w/ yellow clearish liquid on and off the last two days w/chalky stool and thick mucas and some blood?
Normal variation: The main agent adding color to the poo is the material made by the liver called bile. It starts out a dark green and goes thru the yellows to brown depending on the influences of various factors in the intestines.Rapid transit thru the system, as may occur with diarrhea or breast feeding may have a greenish yellow or yellow appearance. The slower, more likely browner.Loose means less water extracd. ...Read more
Is light yellow gel like discharge with white discharge from vagina normal? Virgin , urine dr clear
Now has green stool: The color of stool varies with foods, speed of emptying of the GI tract, medications & supplements ingested, gut flora (unique for each individual), additives (like blood), subtractions (like absent bile), infection, inflammation, & other factors. Consider what you ate in the last few days, but if greenish color is unusual for you & persists or is accompanied by other symptoms, see your doctor. ...Read more