I have been having a green stool for about a day and a half.
I have not had anythng unusual to eat, and I also have had my gall bladder removed approximately 2 years ago.
I also have some mild nausea. What could cause this?
don't worry about the green stool, its considered normal. all that it means is that the stool passed through your colon faster then usual. this could happen from stress, sometime you age, or for pretty much no reason at all. a lot of people don't know this but green stool is considered normal. i hope i've helped!
I have had green bowel movements now for three days, and nausea on and off for about 6 months now. A diagnosis is still being sought, but so far no luck. I've had CT scans, ultrasounds, and blood tests, but no luck yet. I'm very frustrated being sick all the time with no answer. Do you feel nauseous, too?
I am a 36 year old woman who has noticed for the 2nd time now, lime green stool with diarrhea & abdominal pain. I havenalt eaten anything grren during either of these times so I'm not sure why my stool is this color. I have had nausea also.
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