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#1 Guest_nicjee_*

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Posted 01 June 2000 - 08:27 PM

Sorry to be so graphic, but does anyone else ever find small white chunks in their stool? What causes this?


#2 Guest_Distended_*

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Posted 01 June 2000 - 09:11 PM

This is sometimes a result of eating some types of fiber or other indigestible material. I know it happens to me if I eat nuts, fruit and vegetable peels, beans, cocoa products, basil leaves, or Tavist-D pills. It is normal to sometimes see fibrous foods come out whole. You still may want to ask your doctor.

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Posted 02 June 2000 - 08:54 PM

Think what you have eaten. I often have bits of undigested food in the stool. Particularly, corn and peppers, seeds as well pass through.This is not unusual. But ask your doctor if your not

#4 Guest_mcbec1_*

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Posted 04 June 2000 - 06:34 PM

It could also be fat that your body is not absorbing. I know when I eat something like fried fish, I can expect to poo crisco in solid form. Sounds gross, but just like the others said, think back to what you ate.

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Posted 05 June 2000 - 09:45 PM

YES! I know what this is! I think it is mucous (not sure how to spell this). I also get this when I have pushed my stomache to it's limit with all of my trigger foods!Rubi

#6 Guest_Beeper1520_*

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Posted 06 June 2000 - 10:48 PM

The white stuff could be also the dumping of gall bladder bile load which was not assimilated with food for digestion due to abnormal transit.


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