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Gray green stools, GERD. Ultrasound of abdomen normal. Is GERD curable?

sir.........i m 19 years old.........since yesterday i hv been passing greyish greenish stool it a sign to worry?????......... also i m suffering from gerd which worries me..........can gerd be cured???........n do i hv to really worry abt the colour of my stool..............2 n a half months back i had an ultrasound of my complete abdomen and everything was normal...........pls help me.......i cant concentrate on my studies because of all this????? i cant pay.........sorry
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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The colour of your stool depends on your diet you have taken.Passing greyish green stool is not a disease.
GERD is treatable.Now,good drugs have come which cures GERD.
Please avoid spicy foods.
Nice to hear that your Ultrasound abdomen is normal.
Please consult your Gastroenterologist and get proper prescription.
Stop worrying as it may aggravate GERD.
Wish you good health.
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