The Case of the Green Poop - page 2

by Browneyedgirl 149,315 Views | 17 Comments

i hoped my subject line would catch your eye. lol my 4year old's poo is always varying shades of green. she doesn't eat crayons. i thought of that and watched her carefully for a while. she eats all of the same foods as... Read More


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    Browneyedgirl, I wish the best of health to you and your little girl. I'm glad there's a website (allnurses.com) we have to come to when we're confused.

    I'm sorry LibraSun but no one likes a know it all. People are not looking for surrogate doctors at these forums. They're only seeking some advice. It's too bad you state the obvious like a child. I hope whatever in your life is making you disdainful stops nagging you.
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    My kids would get neon green poop when they were little, it turned out it was from all the Kaboom cereal they were eating!
    nola1202 likes this.
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    Oh and btw, my opion is, take them to the Doc. Better safe then sorry.
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    Browneyedgirl,

    As this thread has come up again, any progress in the green poop story? Even though some people don't seem to understand, that's what is so nice about this board, we can always learn from the experience of others. We don't have to diagnose to discuss something.

    mimi
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    Originally posted by Mimi2RN
    Browneyedgirl,

    As this thread has come up again, any progress in the green poop story? Even though some people don't seem to understand, that's what is so nice about this board, we can always learn from the experience of others. We don't have to diagnose to discuss something.

    mimi
    Right-O mimi

    I was wondering what happened with the green poop story also.
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    Guess we'll never know.......
    Hope the kiddos are doing OK !!

    I'm w/you Ullee....no one on here is trying to be a doctor. Just offering the advice that was requested. Of course a mom would take her child to the doctor if needed.

    Amy
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    I'm a 27 year old male and I've noticed that my stools have consistently been green for the last 3 weeks or so. When I saw this thread I had to write. Can anyone tell me what is going on here? I changed my diet about 3 weeks ago, and began consuming a lot more greens (kale, broccoli, wheat grass, etc.). Some sites I've perused said this could be the cause, but I'm a little worried I could have a problem like improper digestions or something. Any advice?
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    it sounds like diarrhea according to green poop. hope your son is better!


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