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www.medicinenet.com/stool_color_changes/article.htm

Stool color changes can be caused by diseases or conditions, pregnancy, medications, and diet. ... The normal stool (poop, feces) usually is light to dark brown.

www.digestionreliefcenter.com/resources/blog/tan-colored-stools.html

No, find out what the color of your stool can tell you about your health and ... Our testing can help you find the cause of your tan colored stools, and help you ...

www.healthline.com/symptom/pale-stools

A biliary obstruction blocks the bile ducts, which carry bile to the small intestine for digestion and waste removal. Learn about symptoms, causes and more.

www.mayoclinic.org/stool-color/expert-answers/faq-20058080

Stool color is usually a result of diet and is only rarely a concern. ... Stool quality, What it may mean, Possible dietary causes. Green, Food may be moving through ... Light-colored, white or clay-colored, A lack of bile in stool. This may indicate a ...

www.emedicinehealth.com/stool_color_changes/article_em.htm

May 23, 2016 ... Normal stool color is brown. This is due to the presence of bile in the stool. Normal stool color can range from light yellow to brown to almost ...

healthtools.aarp.org/health/stools-pale-or-clay-colored

Sep 17, 2012 ... Drug-induced hepatitis is a swelling or inflammation of the liver caused by medications. Drug-induced hepatitis and the related discolored ...

www.rxlist.com/stool_color_changes/article.htm

Apr 13, 2016 ... Stool color changes can be caused by diseases or conditions, pregnancy, ... The normal stool (poop, feces) usually is light to dark brown.

medlineplus.gov/ency/article/003129.htm

Jul 22, 2016 ... The liver releases bile salts into the stool, giving it a normal brown color. You may have clay-colored ... Expand Section. Possible causes for clay-colored stools include: ... Is every stool discolored? What medicines do you take ...

www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/what-do-different-poop-colors-mean

A more serious cause is a lack of bile in your stool. (Remember, bile gives poop its brown color.) Bile is ...