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I got red colored stool after having red koolaid

hi i have drank slot of red koolaid but my stool is hard and when i pulled it apart it was a little bit red and i ate meatloaf the other day with tomato sauce on it should i worry
Asked On : Thu, 5 May 2011
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Hi Welcome to Healthcare magic

Red stool one or two episodes no need to worry.. above condition shows that you are suffering from constipation.. to make stools soft you need toke more amount of fiber food like green leafy vegetables, banana, etc.. avoid non vegetarian food like meat.. drink more amount of water.. if still persist then need to consult a physician.
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well i just passed more stool its got mucus on it and the inside of the stool is still red i have anxiety and i went to the er a week ago and my cat scan was fine and my stool sample didnt have any blood but i still have minor stomach cramps they thought it was IBS but im still worried
Answered: Thu, 5 May 2011
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