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black specks in stool:
When people see black specks in stool, may confuse them with black stools. What could be the main cause of the stool to have black specks or dots. It may not necessarily bleed in GI tract but there is a need for people who experience these signs can seek immediate medical help. Mainly, when it happens for quite some time and have figured out the chances of the specks being caused by some of the food ate.
Firstly, Stool with green color and then turns bright yellow when moving in the digestive tract. When it mixes with bile or any bacteria, it can turn into brown color. A healthy person can release brown color stool but when the color is black, green, or yellow, it might be some problem. The color of stool may vary and it could also be the clue for various diseases and conditions which affecting the gut.
tiny black specks in stoolNormally, stool appear in a brown color because of its composition. Bacteria, water, bile, bilirubin, broken down red blood cells, indigestible plant matter such cellulose, and some of the fats and proteins can also contribute the color of stool. When the stool appears red, it indicates bleeding in the lower GI tract from the diseases like diverticulitis and hemorrhoids. It is also a sign of a more serious condition such as rectal cancer too.
Normally, stool appears in a brown color because of its composition. Bacteria, water, bile, bilirubin, broken down red blood cells, indigestible plant matter such cellulose, and some of the fats and proteins can also contribute the color of stool. When the stool appears red, it indicates bleeding in the lower GI tract from the diseases like diverticulitis and hemorrhoids. It is also a sign of a more serious condition such as rectal cancer too.
It is not usually a cause when people concern if they see these specks unless you have other symptoms such as pain in stomach. The black specks are also could be seeds of fruits you have eaten. When you take fruits like banana and grapes, you may see some dark specks in the stool. The specks may also be parasites in the stomach.
black specks in baby stool
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little black specks in stool
When any parasites, yeast, and bacteria dies in the stomach, they can pass through the stool and could appear as dark specks. In another case, you are taking some supplements; they can create some loose stool or temporary diarrhea. The blood in the can cause overall black tool or red depending on the part of GIT where it is occurring such or as intestines or the colon.
They need to realize that what they are seeing in the stool are might not be the black spots in the firstly. What they are seeing could be some of the tiny pieces of dark green food they might have eaten or such as spinach.
When undigested food particles mixed with the stool, they may appear as dark black colored specks. They need not be the cause for concern. When you start taking some supplements, which can cause die off some of the bacteria or yeast such as antifungal, antibiotic, digestive enzymes or laxatives, you may be able to see dark or black spots on a stool during that cleaning out period.
small black specks in stool
Many things will cause bleeding in stomach or duodenum such as duodenal inflammation or gastritis, ulcers due to alcohol, strong spices, and smoking. Infection with H. pylori bacteria could also cause bleeding in the stomach. Stomach cancer, severe inflammation of the throat, sepsis may be other possible causes of bleeding in the gut.
Bowel movement may be caused by food such as undercooked red meat, beets, blueberries, blackberries, and licorice. If the black specks in stool, it is most due to the pepper or coffee you have eaten yesterday.