stools. Thursday , July 13th , 2017 - 12:25:06 PM
As I promised in my last article I will write about the mechanism of the stools. You have three possibilities and all of them are good, depending what your preference is. By doing the research on the swivel mechanism it is hard to believe, how far back I had gone to find the first swivel stools.
As we all know, the liver produces a green colored digestive juice known as the bile. The production of bile is necessary to ensure proper digestion of food. It is a known fact that stool formation takes place in the large intestine. When the bile enters the large intestine, it eventually turns yellowish brown and then mixes with the stool. This is the reason why stool appears brown in color. However, if the bile and the stool formed move quickly out of the large intestine, it is unlikely that the bile will become yellow. So, with the bile color remaining the same (green), the waste matter also appears greenish-yellow during bowel movement.
Dark red or maroon Internal bleeding of the lower section of the GI tract, internal hemorrhoids, anal fissure, colon polyps, diverticulitis, or colon cancer Internal bleeding causes blood to seep into the colon and get mixed with the waste
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