3- Yellow Poop
Yellow stool can be a sign of blocked bile ducts and fat malabsorption. Another cause is a lack of enzymes produced by the pancreas, which may suggest chronic pancreatitis, celiac disease, and cystic fibrosis.
But don’t panic! Yellow poop may also indicate that you ate too many carrots or drank too many yellow beverages.
4- Black Poop
Black stools may be due to ingestion of medications (such as aspirin, ibuprofen, and iron supplements) or intestinal bleeding. This last detail is a good reason to contact your doctor immediately.
A more common cause is the food you eat. Black and blue foods, like blueberries or licorice, can provide this shade.
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