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Brown flakes infant poop

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Hi. Is dark brown mucus in baby poop (pic attached) a cause for concern? My baby is 3 months old, (almost) exclusively breastfed with an occasional bottle of formula (once every 2-3 days). Thank you. ...

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Hi I have Brown and Black flakes in my stool ( diarea). I just lost my hustand in an accident, and now i am scared, that i have cancer. Should i be worried? ...

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Hello, I am a male 47 years old in relatively good health. I have noticed a few times over the last couple of months when I urinate it appears as I have released a couple of small brown flakes. I feel okay ...

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i found a brown thin string like thing in my poop i washed it off it was whiteish color, do certain foods cause this? ...

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Hello. My 2.5 week old son s poop was yellow and green tonight. It was green/blue a few times in first week but consistently plentiful and yellow for the last week. Fewer dirty diapers today, plenty ...

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My son 5 months and two weeks poop was black grey poop almost like bronze then latter white.what does it signify? ...

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color from black (days 1-2), to brown (days 2-4), then to yellow thin and watery on day 5. Also, he pooped twice in quick succession the watery and yellow stool. Is this likely to be loose motions ...

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hello doctor.. My baby is 5 months old. she has hair in her poop, she poops around 4 times a day and each time i can find 2 to 3 hairs in it. she has yellow color poop but before weeks she has a yellow ...

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sample has not come back yet, however i am concerned as i got her she pooped her diaper and its like a plum brown mucus color and smell like ammonia. is this common for an infant with rotavirus ...

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I started shaving my pubic area a few years ago and about a few months later i got two light brown .... they dont ich or flake they really dont affect me they are just a little darker than my skin tone. i am ...

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hi. i just saw brown flakes in my urine. My period will be in one week. three months ago i did a pap smear test and it came normal. Also i did urine culture five months ago and it was normal. I did ...

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recently withing last 2 weeks, noticed brown colored flakes about size of corn flakes after urination ...

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My 2 1/2 year old had maroon and green poop when I changed his diaper. It was not runny but not formed either. He is not on antibodics or anything like that and had normal color poop this morning. His ...

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Hi, I have a 5 month old. He is totally breastfed. He always has greenish poos with white lumpy bits and sometimes green lumps. Also, his poos are very explosive, gassy and smelly. He hasn t often had a normal poo. He is also in a lot of...

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3 month old boy: cries constantly since birth, doesn t nap, breastfeeding, cries during diaper changes, baths, constipation (recently given glycerine supp.) Ultrsound negative. Yesterday bowel movment had a hard white flaky pea sized object in...

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doctor1 MD

Hello, Yes it is normal for infants to pass green coloured consistency poop. Thanks

doctor1 MD

just get a urine routine done to look for any underlying pathology.

doctor1 MD

It could be a mole. If there is no itching or flaking or any other changes, then you can leave it alone.