What Causes Ammonia Smelling Stools?

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Ammonia smelling stools are usually caused by bacteria overgrowth. They can also be caused by nitrogen not being digested properly. If the body doesn't digest nitrogen correctly, it can either become food for bacteria or putrefy in the gut area.
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