5- Red Poop
Red stools are usually influenced by diet. Beets, colored drinks, tomatoes… think about what you’ve been eating lately.
But if food isn’t the cause, it’s time to call your doctor. Blood in the stool is a worrying sign. It could be an anal fissure or something more serious like hemorrhoids, ulcerative colitis, or even cancer.
II- Poop shape
If you’re still not convinced that looking at poop is normal, some scientific research may convince you. To differentiate between types of poop and help people stay healthy, scientists at Bristol Royal Infirmary have created a Bristol stool chart. It describes 7 types of feces and their meanings.
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