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... The blob you found can easily be an undigested nut or fat from the sausage or part of whatever else you ate in the recent past. ... (1 replies)
... i havent been on here for a while and im starting to notice my poop is looking weird like its a blob of poop. when i wipe its like a urine color mixed in with undigested food or skin. kinda looks like white grass or somthing. ive been on zantacs for acid reduce and dont know if that could effect your stool like that or somthin. ... (1 replies)
... Welcome to healthboards. Sorry about your problem but it can be serious because when undigested food is in your stool -- it means you are not properly absorbing necessary nutrients. If this continus for any length of time it could affect your health in many ways. I think you need to be checked out by a Doctor. Having said that ~~~ this is what I would do in the mean time!... (4 replies)

... The stool is round and hard and marble like, kind of like when someone's compacted, anyway, in the marbles themselves is white streaks throughout, as if it is undigested bread or something. I know the change in stool regularity could be due to my thyroid thing but the streaks in the stool worries me a bit. ... (3 replies)
... I have had undigested food in my stool, pus and fat diposits in my stool for over 4 years...The docs can't find out what is going on... ... (4 replies)
... Insoluble fiber cause the food to move through your intestines by making the muscle contact. And taking a medication that reduces stomach acid causes the food to not be properly digested. ... (1 replies)
... I also began seeing some undigested food in the stool. ... (0 replies)
... For the last 2 days my stools have been almost entirely undigested. Very loose and looking like the food was only chewed. Liquid is relatively clear. ... (4 replies)
... ith harder area far below that. My belly bloats out 10 times its size and gets hard with LOTS of gas. Stool is now much softer than usual with TONS OF MUCOUS and undigested food. I am suffering, it seems, malabsorption and severe weight loss with a confirmed Vitamin B12 deficiency. Not too much, but present. ... (4 replies)
... I think that the spasms were diagnosed as a result of all of the tests coming back clear. My doctor basically said that all of the horrible things have been ruled out. Yes, on occasions I do get some undigested food in my bowel movement kj (119 replies)
... y would be normal sometimes and other times they would be very small and soft, forcing me to whipe dozens of times to get clean. Then recently it got worse with undigested food in my stool. I'm worried about something seriously wrong with my stomach. I went to the dr. and he put me on citrucel and it hasn't worked... ... (2 replies)
... It's undigested food. I've had this and so have a few others on here. It's most likely undigested tomato. ... (2 replies)
... Other cases my stool will pass undigested it seems in a diarrhea form. Undigested food is present and it seems like there is an excessive amount of air passing. ... (14 replies)
... brown, and there's a varying amount of mucus, and I'm noticing what could be some bits of undigested food. ... (8 replies)
Another Question
Jun 8, 2005
... There aren't any food types I don't eat. I even eat dairy, but take Lactaid with it. ... (1 replies)
... Undigested food in the stool usually indicates your transit time is too fast for proper digestion. ... (3 replies)
... cardiac heart pain, abdominal pain, dizzines, weekness, bloating, burping, undigested food, weight lose, etc. ... (3 replies)
Lots of Gas!
Apr 5, 2003
... needed to digest lactose. Also, as people age, their enzyme levels decrease. As a result, over time people may experience increasing amounts of gas after eating food containing lactose. ... (7 replies)
... needed to digest lactose. Also, as people age, their enzyme levels decrease. As a result, over time people may experience increasing amounts of gas after eating food containing lactose. ... (5 replies)
Constant gas!!
Mar 29, 2003
... needed to digest lactose. Also, as people age, their enzyme levels decrease. As a result, over time people may experience increasing amounts of gas after eating food containing lactose. ... (8 replies)




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