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Excessive burping, gas formation. Took pepto-bismol, blackish dark green diarrhea. Intestinal bleeding?

Yesterday, I had sulfric burps and lots of excessive gas. I took pepto-bismol and went to sleep. Well this morning I went to the bathroom and had black and really dark green diarrhea . I saw online they said it could be bleeding from the intestines and that I should seek immediate doctor attention, but I was wondering before I rush there, if it was perhaps the pepto-bismal that made it that color?
Asked On : Mon, 10 Dec 2012
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Hi asian ! Nothing to worry. If you don't have abdominal pain, fever, burning urination etc. then their is no problem. Color of your faecal matter is depend upon what you had eaten and liver function. Now if diarrhea symptoms going to wash room 2 or 3 time then take ORS solution , metronidazole and dicyclomine for 2 day. take lemon tea, curd and you will be fine. Be healthy bye.
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