I could be wrong, in your case, because everyone is different, but whenever I have a stomach bug, and or a stomach ache, I end up having green stools for a few days. If it continues for maybe 2 weeks I would go see the doctor. Hopefully this will clear up sooner.
I experienced green stools for a couple of days recently. This is after having a colonoscopy. In readiness for the colonoscopy my bowels had to be clear and I was given a strong laxative.
After the colonoscopy procedure, and having got home, my first bowel movement was a deep green colour, after a day of this, I contacted NHS Direct and spoke to a nurse. Her explaination was that waste had purged through my system very quickly, because I had a clean bowel. This is why it was green in colour.
Your situation may be totally different, so I would always recommend that you seen your doctor if this persists.
I just had colonoscapy and first **** was dark green. Freaked called doctor waiting to hear back. I did drink a couple a little grape juice is there something wrong. Or Amy I just freaking out for no reason
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