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Stools dark green, increased bowel movements, quit smoking, increased cardiovascular/aerobic activity

Over the past several weeks, I have quit smoking and significantly increased cardiovascular/aerobic activity. My diet has also changed to plenty more water, fruits and vegetables. Now, over the past couple days, my stool has changed to a dark green color, and I have bowel movements 2-3 times a day. Is this a normal reaction my body is having due to my change in lifestyle that will probably correct itself over time, or is there a possibility there is something more serious going on?
Asked On : Tue, 24 Apr 2012
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I had gone through the case and found that if stool consistency is loose and pain in abdomen then must go for treatment it might be gastric infection.
Then go for proper investigation.

But if stool consistency is normal and no abdominal pain then green stool might be due to taking of any excessice green v?vegetable. Please notice your diet and medicine if you are taking for quiting of smoking.

Hope my answer will be effective for you.

Answered: Fri, 4 Apr 2014
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