Yehudit Laine. stools. August 06th , 2017.
If you have the tendency to include a significant amount of green leafy in your daily diet plan, such as spinach, lettuce, and broccoli, it can result in green feces in adults. If you are a regular consumer of beet in your salads, you may observe a stool color that ranges from pink to dark red. Addition of food colors and dyes may also cause the excreta to turn green.
Dark Green Stool Undigested green vegetables such as spinach, a fast transit time, irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis and celiac disease Consumption of green leafy vegetables, foods flavored with lime, iron supplements, vitamin supplements containing chlorophyll or foods that contain green dyes such as Kool-Aid and gelatin
Gray Malabsorption Blockage of bile from gallbladder to intestine. The most probable reason is presence of tumor in the bile ducts or pancreas
The most common cause for bloody stool is hemorrhoids, which may be internal type or external type. It is mostly observed at times of constipation. Stool with bright red color indicates bleeding in the rectum portion. The red color is an unoxidized blood, thus, suggesting that bleeding occurs immediately before the stool passes out. Another reason for blood in stool may be the consumption of beets and other red food items.
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