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Greyish stool after started going to gym, weight loss. Is it due to excessive workout?

So I just started gym last week and in one week I have lost 4 pounds, now some people are saying this is very unhealthy and I m going to cut back on the workouts however just today I went to the toilet and passed out a single large stool however what concerned me is that it was grey in colour is this due to the fat loss or is it down to another problem.
Asked On : Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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Loosing 4 pounds in a week is not impossible it all depends on what kind of workout you do and also your diet , if your workout is pretty high intensity then yes you can lose upto 4 pounds and no its not unhealthy provided you supply your body with ample macro and micro nutrients basically high protein diet.
Now about your stool , do you have any other symtoms such as vomiting or abdominal pain ?
If you have ruled out the above two , just wait and observe for a couple more days and if still the colour is grey then i would reccomend you to consult a physician and do the appropriate tests.
Thank you and take care
Answered: Thu, 7 Nov 2013
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