Henny Meena. stools. July 19th , 2017.
As we all know, the liver produces a green colored digestive juice known as the bile. The production of bile is necessary to ensure proper digestion of food. It is a known fact that stool formation takes place in the large intestine. When the bile enters the large intestine, it eventually turns yellowish brown and then mixes with the stool. This is the reason why stool appears brown in color. However, if the bile and the stool formed move quickly out of the large intestine, it is unlikely that the bile will become yellow. So, with the bile color remaining the same (green), the waste matter also appears greenish-yellow during bowel movement.
In most cases, defecating green feces during pregnancy is something one should not worry about and so a trip to the doctor isn't necessary. It is usually the food or extra iron consumption that causes green bowel movement during pregnancy. After delivery, reducing the consumption of green vegetables and stopping the intake of supplements often works to restore normal stool color. However, if that doesn't help, seeking medical advice at the earliest is recommended.
Treatment, in case of a severe condition, will depend on the actual cause of green excreta. However, before you decide to visit the doctor, ensure ...
When shopping for stools you should also make sure that you are not just looking a cheap price or you'll end up getting a cheap product. There are a lot of good cheap bar stools that are still made with quality and will last you for years. If you purchase them second hand then you can see what type of condition they are in, if they have held up this long there is a good chance they are made well. This goes against what most people would think in that buying a used bar stool would shorten the life. This is also true but for the most part is a testament to the strength of the seat.
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