I didn't know what topic area this should go under so please forgive me.
I was wondering if anyone else has this problem. Everytime I drink coffee my bowels move and my urine smells like coffee. Is this normal? Does anyone know why this happens.
I have been having this same problem, but I take the b12/myoden shot with the phen pills. Does anyone know if this is normal? This happens at different times of the day with a lot of gas with it. I am sorry to be so graphic.
I don't believe there is anything wrong with you if this is happening... coffee contains a high level of antioxidants which cleans out your system... I'm no doctor but when that same thing happens to me I attribute it to the antioxidants cleaning out my system. Before you give up coffee you should ask a doctor about it... it could be completely normal. A controlled amount of coffee is actually healthy for you.
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