I'm male, 16 years old....2 days ago I had a bowel movement and the stool was very light in color, I would describe it as a light tan or "sandy" in color. I didn't think anything of it at the time, the next day I was constipated. ( I usually will go at least once a day, twice, or thrice when I'm eating mostly raw food. Then...today I had 3 bowel movements in the past 6 hours and they were all the same color. I didn't experience any nausea or bloating until today.
Then I started thinking, and the night prior to this I had eaten some eggs, which I'm almost certain I didn't cook all the way through.
I've experienced salmonella a couple years ago, and it wasn't comparable to this in any way, except for the nausea and stomach pain.
Getting worried about this considering what I've read.
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