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What causes fluffy stools

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What causes diarrhea with soft stools?

to bathroom trice a day or even more times if I eat anything The stool is fluffy, sometimes yellow. The thing is, in this two months I haven t evacuated solid stool. What is wrong with my stomach? ...

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 loose stools?

My 3 years old son has loose stool since yesterday. His stool report says: RBC 1-3 hpf, WBC 1-3 hpf, pus cells 1-3 hpf, no protzoal parasite, no helminthes parasites, no occult blood, no mucus. What ...

What causes green stool?

5 month old baby has water pooh for 6 days, today colour is green, we are in China and my wife refuses to use Western medicine or change her feeding routine ... i.e. if he stops feeding from one breat she will change to the other so he is always...

What causes loose stools?

My 11 month old son is having loose stools since today morning. Also he is not eating his ood as he does normally. I have not given any medicine yet..should i check with a doctor and get it tested ...

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 blood in stool?

23 years old male. Blood in stool.uncomfortable evacuation.It happens frequently, once in almost every month,starting from last year. Non-smoker, Non-Alcoholic. No medications. no family history ...

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 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
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What causes chronic constipation ?
Hi, Thank you for your query. I can understand your concerns. Constipation usually is caused by the slow movement of stool through the colon. Causes of chronic constipation include drugs(e.g.codeine),poor bowel habits(too frequent suppression),low fiber diets,hormonal disorders(e.g hypothyroidism)& diseases(e.g.Diabetes)that also affect the function of the muscles and/or nerves of the colon .
what are the symptoms of piles ? how is it caused ?
Hi dear, in piles burning pain at anus, bleeding per rectum, difficulty in stool passing etc are the features. it is caused by chronic constipation. and difficulty in passing stool every time. Thank you
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.
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