Never saw this before. Stool normal in consistency and odor. But is it ever green! No pain, no drugs, no strange diet. Any ideas what could cause this? This is not a khaki, avocado or brown-green. This is kelly, malachite, fresh-cooked broccoli green!
Hmmmm, i have green stool quite often too, and my doc told me its normal. It happens when food passes to quickly down the colon, was what was explained to me. Ask your doc about that. I was told green is nothing to worry about, except maybe some type of flu.
Same thing for two days now. It's glowing green. The only unusual things were novacaine at the dentist, and a frozen black cherry drink at Burger King. I read on another site that some things like dark Kool-Aid can cause green.
I did some more searching and saw the frozen black cherry drink from Burger King questioned two other times. My problem went away by the third day after the drink. So based on my timing and the other references, it appears we're in the midst of the glowing-green poop epidemic from Burger King.
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