Although not always the case, yellow poop can at times indicate some sort of a digestive disorder. Before we discuss the reasons, we must at first understand why it is that poop turns yellow in the first place. Yellow or faded poop color indicates that the liver bile has not properly been reabsorbed because the […]

Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the entire world and for many; it is the first thing that comes to mind when they wake up in the morning. Evidently enough, it has also been linked to pooping because of the bowel pressure that one usually feels after drinking a cup, especially in […]

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Although it is an uncommon color for poop, it is not exactly impossible for blue poop to occur. The reasons may vary depending on the situation, but mostly the reasons are related to the consumption of something earlier to the particular bowel movement. Unfortunately though, there are also certain diseases that could be responsible for […]

Poop of any unusual color is generally the direct result of a certain type of food or drink that one had consumed earlier, but in certain cases they could also be an indication of a serious health problem which might need immediate medical attention. Purple poop is not an impossible occurrence although it certainly is […]

Orange poop, just like most other unusually colored excreta, could very well be the result of food or medication that one had consumed in recent past. However, it could also be a symptom of certain alarming diseases. It is impossible to determine the exact cause without proper diagnostic tests and it’s only after the necessary […]

Hematochezia is commonly the reason behind red or maroon colored poop when it is a result of bleeding in the gastrointestinal tract or the rectum. The darker the color is, the more serious the matter becomes, because stool gets darker mainly because of heavier internal bleeding. However, red poop does not always necessarily mean that […]

Appearance of white colored excreta in an otherwise healthy individual is usually not a normal occurrence and may indicate a disease or a disorder of the digestive tract. Poop gets its normal yellowish brown color mainly from the digestive fluid bile, which is produced by the liver and is stored in the gall bladder. This […]

As the bile from the liver mixes with the contents of the digestive system and travels through the intestines, further chemical changes might occur and thus the actual color of the stool might change. This change in the color and texture may not be of much importance if it’s a one time incident. Although a […]

Green is not an unlikely color for human feces and it is not as rare in occurrence as most people assume it is. Depending on the specific reason responsible for the somewhat uncommon color of the feces, one may or may not need medical advice. It is important to try and determine the possible cause […]