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What causes fluffy stools

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What causes green stool?

What is the cause of green feces? ...
 

What causes green stools in a child?

What causes green stools in a child of 4? ...
 

What are the causes for green stools?

will have the results for my stool test and others.What would you diagnose or what would you check for ...For several months, not consecutively though, I've had stools (bowels) that are several shades ...
 

What causes indentation in stool?

Sometimes I notice a very slight indentation along my stool. I can t say it s a grooves because it is so shallow. Maybe like a line. Stools are wide and well formed. ...
 

What causes black stool?

is the problem. Recently I developed dark stools, almost black looking to greenish. I had a colonoscopy which .... My doctor did a test for blood, no blood in stool . I do take a lot of vitamins and minerals ...
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What causes bloody stools?

Im 25yrs of age with a ht of 5 5. No relevant medical history. recently i ve been noticing bloody stools. its been 3 days since it started. 1 wk back i also developed constipation. i cant visit a doctor ...
 

What causes blood in the stool?

6 yr old female has had blood in her stool 3x in last 2 weeks. No fever or pain with this. She is a very healthy eater -- eats fresh fruits and vegetables at every meal. Has oatmeal for breakfast. Drinks ...
 

What causes blood in stool?

Hi,My kid is 4 years old and never had any motion problem till now.Recently he started getting blood in the motion and we consulted the doctor.She adviced to go for a motion test. The result of the test was :Mucus present,pus cells 2-3/hpf and...
 

What causes mucus in stools?

). This is also accompanied by reddishness in the motion area. I got a stool test done and that reveals that there is mucus in the stools and shows puss cells as 15-20 hpf and RBC 0-2. Please advice me what could ...
 

What causes greenish stool?

My four month old grandson has a bowel movement A least 6-8 times a day and it is tatty greenish yellow, He has been on enfamil at for s pitting up issues Should they switch formulas - he was breast fed for three months and didn t have to problem
 

What causes green stool?

hi , my baby is 1.5 month old he is passing green stool , he is breast fed and also formula fed (lactogen 1 ) , my pedetrican suggested to give econorm. Does econorm has side effect , is green stool some ...
 

What causes blood in the stool?

to clinic dr. gave him medicines now he is on track but yesterday i notices blood in his stool. i got freightend what would have happened to him? is he alright or shall take him again to Doctor? ...
 

What causes dark stool?

2 yr. old grandson has dark stool for approx. 3 days. Recently started having chewable vitamins ... blood in stool. I have tried to reassure her that it most likely is from oreos. Please confirm. ...
 

What causes blood in stool?

it be and what caused this? ...Hello,Ive been noticing for the past 2 days a bit of blood with my stool. The stool itself has ...
 

What cause constipation with no stools?

hey doc i have a problem i cannot pass stools at all ...its been almost 2 days i am having this problem for almost a month now and i do pass stools but since the last 2 days nothing and then when i try ...
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My stool is grainy. What could be the cause
Hello, The commonest thing is undigested vegetable matter. If there is a change in the frequency and consistency of the stool I would advice my patient to undergo stool analysis to arrive at a diagnosis.
 
What causes mustard yellow stool in adults
Hi, It can be gastroenteritis due to infection. Please tell me more about the stools. Dr. Som
 
What type of worms in stool can cause chest pains?
Generally worms in stool and chest pains are unrelated
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