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What does foam in the stool mean

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Is white stool a cause for concern?

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Is black stool a cause for concern?

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What causes black stools?

I have black stools and I am not sure what that means. ...
 

What causes blood in stool?

What does it mean when I went to the restroom and there was bright red blood in my stool? ...
 

What is the cause for foam in stool?

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What causes foamy stools?

From Last six months I am having stool with Foam. Especially this phenomenon is seen in during morning. I have done thrice antibiotic treatments of Ofloxacin. When I take it for those days foam is less ...
 

What causes watery stool?

what does it mean if ur a 17 year old female and you just then to the bathroom and litteraly like a yellow ish brown is WATER no diareea but water it felt like legit watter came out of my butt . what does ...
 

What causes mucus in stool?

checked if there is mucus in your stool but not what it means? I have had this problem for a long time.. sometimes that s all that comes out.. so what does it mean? I dont understand why the cause wasnt mentioned ...
 

What is the cause of blood in stools ?

Hello, my husband has been having blood in his stool for some months now and is wondering what this could mean, he thinks piles or hemorroids but I am worried it could be something more serious, Mrs XXXXX ...
 

Blood and lime in stools

What does it mean typically when you have blood and lime in your stools . Thats what a dr. told my sister ...
 

Having pus in stools.

What does pus cells(0-3/hpf) and R.B.C.(0-3/hpf) mean in a baby s stool.? ...
 

What causes blood in stools?

hi,i am a twelve years old boy and i had a little problem this morning ,when i went to the toilet and i began to start too too ing i realize my feaces had blood in it what does that mean ? doctor i am ...
 

What causes blood in stool?

What is reason of 2-4 RBC s in the stool? is this bad or can be accepted? The pus cells are are 2-4 in the stool cells whereas accepted limit is 0-1? what this means and how can it be treated to be right? I feel ...
 

What causes mucus in stool?

what came out was a clear mucus. Not number two.. I have since been to the toilet normally.. What would this mucus mean? I had a colonic for the first time about five weeks ago and may have ibs... ...
 

What causes black stool?

but its really black and jelly like texture what does it means? Tnx ...Hi, i just want to ask why do i have black stool? 2 days ago i saw my stool its well formed but 3 ...
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What does poop that looks like raw meat (raw hamburger, bright red) mean? I havent had anything red besides crystal light fruit punch in the last 24 hours
check stool for occult blood
 
blood in the stool
Welcome to HCM Red blood means bleeding from lower down; from higher up it is black… Painless fresh bleeding is generally from haemorrhoids You need examination by a General Surgeon Depending on age, examination etc., you may need more investigations like colonoscopy… Regards
 
positive undigested cells in stool. what does it mean.
it could mean intestinal infection or partial digestion of food.
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