They're just normal stools. I feel 100% normal, no pain of any sort or anything like that. It's just the fact that my stool is green that's worrying me. Sometimes it'll be green/brown other times it'll be solid green. My diet hasn't changed any, but I have been cutting down on smoking as I'm trying to quit, but that doesn't sound like it'd be the case because I haven't cut down that much and I don't see how that can even effect my stool.
Should I be concerned or see a doctor? What could be causing this?
i think that it's normal, but can't tell you exactly what it's from. probably just has something to do w/ the formula & digestive part–color is also determined by how much fat is in the system at that time. i questioned my doc on everything and you should 2-consult your parents medical info hotline—they come in handy. Good luck.
Green **** is good and healthy
It means you can dig into your scat and eat it! Green poop is high in protein as well as vitamins and minerals such as zinc, iron, vitamin a, b12, c, and e! The flavor is a little strong so i recommend mixing it with apple sauce or oatmeal at first but you are really lucky, not everyone can eat their poop!
Green sometimes means excess Iron in your system. The fact that you're quitting smoking could mean that your body is improving in overall function and able to absorb more of the nutrients in the food you regularly eat. Most everyone's poo turns green at some point, especially when making lifestyle or diet changes.
If it's really DARK green or almost black, I would go see a doctor if it continues for more than another week though. Dark sometimes indicate bleeding in the digestive system.
If you have the occasional green stool — don't panic! Most likely it is normal, and there is a perfectly reasonable explanation. Think about the foods you ate, any vitamins or supplements you took — even if they're not green in color.
There can be many reasons why stool appears to be green. The first and most obvious reason is eating green foods. Green, leafy vegetables contain chlorophyll, which could be coloring the stool green. Foods with dark purple coloring like Kool-Aid, popsicles, and gelatin (Jell-O) can also result in rainbow-colored stools. Iron supplements or even foods that are rich in iron can also give stool a green tinge.
Stool can also appear green for physical reasons, and not just from what you've been eating. We think of a healthy stool as being brown. Bile that is secreted in the first part of the small intestine is actually green. As stool is digested and passed through the large intestine it is turned into a darker brown color.
If stool is still green by the time it is excreted, it could mean that it went through the large intestine too fast to be changed in color. This is often called "rapid transit" or "decreased colonic transit time", and diarrhea that is green in color could be the result.
everyone poops green sometimes.I do after I eat a lot of green foods.lmao
Usually green stool means that your body is not absorbing the nutrient within your food. If it does not hurt but is green I am not sure. Have you been eating a lot of green food? Or food with green dyes in it?
I would suggest seeing a family doctor. If there is no pain, I wouldn't worry too much but you should still schedule for an appointment.
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