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IBS?? with yello bile?
I have had so much stress in the past and when I was in with my wife having our baby I began to have dirriea and gas, when I relax the symptoms go away. But sometimes when I have dirreia the stool is brown but there is a yellow fluid that come out sometimes as well. What do you think this is. When my stolls are harder there is no yellow fluid or color at all Just when I have loose stools.

Is this from food moving to fast in the intestines?  


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I have the standard IBS symptoms: Some abdnomanal pain, gas,  C/D type of stool when stressed or having more anxiety the pain seems to come on more. The yellow is not at all seen if the BM is not loose
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The 'yellow' typically is the result of bile that moves quickly through the digestive tract and doesn't have a chance to turn to the normal brown color we have come to associate with stools/fecal material. Bile is secreted as a kind of yellowy-green and as it's 'worked on' by a variety of substances, it turns brown.
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Is this a call for concern? or is this considered normal in some cases?  I some times see undigested food in my more solid stool but like I said my solid stool is brown and there is no yellow in it at all, until it is dirriea and even then it is just a fluid that comes with my brown soft stool. the stool is not yellow in color
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It's typically no cause for concern unless it's a constant or recurrent problem.
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