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Don't be frightened by the color changes of your baby's bowel movements. In normal infants, BMs change color as the baby's diet changes, as the...
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Many medications are formulated in a special way to slowly release the medication over time. Some of these formulations may result in a...
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Stool (feces) is most commonly brown in color, and many people become curious or concerned when the color of their stool changes. Most stool-to-stool...
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Not quite sure myself, Not an expert, but that sounds pretty serious i would see your Doc
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Nope. Viruses like the stomach flu that comes from food poisoning or close contact can only cause main symptoms like nausea and/or vomiting, diarrhea...
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In general, I would say this is nothing to worry about. In fact, every person's bowel habits are different. If what you describe has been going...
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Not at all....white blood cells (leukocytes) can occur from inflammation and/or infection in the colon. It does not mean cancer....
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Well, my friend, it sounds like you are constipated. And on top of that probably have a hemorrhoid, yes. That would account for any visible red blood...
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Bile travels through the bile ducts (and gallbladder) and into the intestines. As the bilirubin travels through the intestines, some of it undergoes...
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The food you eat typically takes three days from the time you eat it until it finishes its journey in your toilet. If it takes a shorter time, the...
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An internal process that may change the color of stool but that is less common than bleeding is pancreatic disease. The pancreas secretes enzymes...
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One important internal process that can change the color of stool is bleeding into the intestines. The stool may turn black because of chemical...
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Hi, Please seek medical attention immediately. Without knowing the age of your child and the amount of actual ingredients ingested, no one can...