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Just pooped jade green feces. Is that normal? It was hard, i haven't eaten anything for the past 2 days, just recovered from a 103.1 fever

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Dr. Martin Raff
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
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In brief: May mean nothing

Color of stool in the absence of significant changes in bowel habits seldom means very much.
Green may be bile, particularly since you had not eaten. If the fever is gone, you do not have diarrhea, and no other symptoms, suggest you sit tight and this should clear up. If, however, any of the above, see a doctor asap.

In brief: May mean nothing

Color of stool in the absence of significant changes in bowel habits seldom means very much.
Green may be bile, particularly since you had not eaten. If the fever is gone, you do not have diarrhea, and no other symptoms, suggest you sit tight and this should clear up. If, however, any of the above, see a doctor asap.
Dr. Martin Raff
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Dr. Peter Ihle
Orthopedic Surgery

In brief: Bowel infection

C a lower GI specialist or even ur pcp.
Sounds like cultures r in order.

In brief: Bowel infection

C a lower GI specialist or even ur pcp.
Sounds like cultures r in order.
Dr. Peter Ihle
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Dr. Geoffrey Rutledge
Internal Medicine

In brief: The

The fever you endured may have entailed some tissue damage that is now prevalent in your feces.
Perhaps you were taking some medications that caused your feces to turn green. Also, your feces may have turned green due to digestive enzymes that were passed through in the absence of food. It is not normal, but unless your feces are black, tarry or have coffee grounds (signs of blood) , there is not a medical concern connected to green feces. Ongoing changes in feces should be reported to your doctor, if when you introduce food back into your diet and your feces continue to be green, let your doctor know.

In brief: The

The fever you endured may have entailed some tissue damage that is now prevalent in your feces.
Perhaps you were taking some medications that caused your feces to turn green. Also, your feces may have turned green due to digestive enzymes that were passed through in the absence of food. It is not normal, but unless your feces are black, tarry or have coffee grounds (signs of blood) , there is not a medical concern connected to green feces. Ongoing changes in feces should be reported to your doctor, if when you introduce food back into your diet and your feces continue to be green, let your doctor know.
Dr. Geoffrey Rutledge
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