Black specks in brown/yellowish stool (occasionally), what could it mean? (did blood test: cbc, lipase, metabolic pannel) all normal.
Stool studies. Black stool can indicate bleeding and should be checked by your family doctor.
Discomfort in upper central abdomen, feeling of bloating, frequent burping (stuck in throat). Did blood test: cbc, lipase, all normal. What could it be?
Lots of things. This could be all kinds of things. The moral is, you probably need to see a GI specialist. A list of some of the common causes are...Reflux, ulcers, inflammatory bowel, irritable bowel, hiatal hernia, gall bladder issues, etc. It's probably nothing serious, but it is worth getting checked out. Read more...
Pancreatic cancer? I had a pancreatic protocol ct/hida/liver, pancreas, CBC blood test/stool test/colonoscopy. All perfect. I still have light/yellow stool
Stop worrying. You have nothing to worry about except that fact that you are still a smoker, which i hope you'll stop. If everybody with light-colored stools consumed health-care dollars searching for pancreatic cancer, it'd be a huge waste. Evidently you're not even jaundiced. Please stop reading internet scare stuff, look for another cause of your abdominal pain ; stop reading internet scare stuff. Read more...