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... So iron deficiency and iron supplementation can cause dark stool. Hmmmm. So maybe that's what it is. I don't remember it being like that the whole time I had my symptoms. ... (6 replies)
... I did mention to my dr that my stool was darker than normal even though it was mild at the time. It has since gotten darker. It's slightly harder than normal too. Here is my question. ... (6 replies)
... Iron supplement makes the stool dark and can cause constipation. ... (6 replies)

... o be gross, but if you're bleeding in your stomach or somewhere in the digestive track, by the time that blood gets to the stool, it's old blood and it makes the stool dark. ... (6 replies)
... Right, but I was going by what I've read elsewhere that dark stools could be an indication of iron deficiency. ... (6 replies)
... Zippity, I said the iron supplement makes it dark.....NOT the deficiency. (6 replies)
... They did not do a stool test and I wish they had. Now that I've been on the iron for a while, I think that can mess up that test. I think. ... (9 replies)
... Depending on your age, the colonoscopy and endoscopy may be a good idea. Did they do stool checks for hidden bleeding in the GI tract? ... (9 replies)
... I always thought pale stools was a sign of iron deficiency? I've had anemia and my stools were pale. (6 replies)
... finally she would not move from her place were she sat. Her feet started appearing swollen in mornings and that progressed to legs and she was pale all over. Her stool was dark greenish and we noticed black slimy blotch in one of her diapers. ... (0 replies)
... Iron injections will make the stool dark, but I think that this color is more likely due to the constipation clearing. It is a bit soon for the iron to affect the stool. ... (1 replies)
... ve been taking Ferrous Sulfate for four days now and I am not experiencing any discomfort like I did with Ferrous gloconate. My stool was black, I was constipated, and experienced a lot of other GI discomfort. Does that mean I am not absorbing the Ferrous Sulfate? ... (0 replies)
... hi all... ive posted my story before but ill do it again. basically ive been ill for around 6 years, i was fit and heatlhy and did loads of sport but gradually just started getting more out of breath and tired whn i was doing the sport and then started feeling generally tired eveyday and it all went downhill from there. now, my symptoms are.. always really, wake up after... (10 replies)
... been seeing off and on improvement, but it's still there for the most part. The bottom halves of my nails look kinda purplish. My eyes are dull and have constant dark bags under them. ... (1 replies)
... My docotor told me look out for dark stools as well as constipation. Because iron pills tend to constipate you. Keep a stool softner handy or increase your fiber intake just incase. As always keep the lines of communicate open with your doctor. ... (5 replies)
... green because it shows that you are absorbing. I don't have a clue about that other than what I have read here in the past. There is also a chart about stool colors and their meaning, if you want to check it out. ... (6 replies)
... of blood in her stool and that it could be caused by Plavix. Long story short, she just got out of the hospital and had this test done. ... (2 replies)
Mild anemia
May 15, 2005
... I did the hemocult stool test....neg. ... (17 replies)




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