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Say sorry in advance as this is gross. I'll show a photo of a poop. Just a question. What does this mean? I Sometimws poop like this, they're very hard. Small sometimes big. But looks really hard. And I normally poop right every after meal. Not constipated at all. Does this look normal?

Hi there kindly answer following questions for further advice:

Age? Male or female?

Past medical history?

Any medicines using?

Smoking and alcohol?

Customer: replied 16 days ago.
Vegetarian. Female. 28. No medicines, just vitamins. Not smoking, not drinking alcohol

Poo can look very dark or black if you:

  • take iron tablets

  • eat a lot of dark foods like liquorice and blueberries

Customer: replied 16 days ago.
I take multivitamins, vitamin C and wild omega 3 with vit d.But is everything okay? Color and shape?

Do you have tummy pains or problems with stomach?

Customer: replied 16 days ago.

Whether you are taking iron supplements alone or a multivitamin with iron, you may experience dark or black stools. Other things that may cause black stools include: Foods that are dark blue, black, or green.

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Customer: replied 16 days ago.
But shape is fine? Yes, I always eat blue and green. And multi.

Yes there is no problem with shape

Customer: replied 13 days ago.
Hello doctor! My gp's secretary called me today and she said that my xray is OK, and she didnt say anything about any tests needed, any followup xray nor checkup, even no doctor referral. She just said that if I need to talk to the doctor she can arrange the schedule next week for non urgent calls. Does this mean my gp thinks this effusion will settle on its own and that I'm getting better?

Hi there this page was to discuss about the issues with poop only. Kindly put a new question request if you would like to discuss. Thanks