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My 3 year old grandson has been having white stools when he has a bowel movement for 2 days now. No matter what he eats. The only other symtom is that he has been nausedated. But he has always been the type that is always vomiting.
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replied July 12th, 2009
It is not normal to have white stools. It is also not normal to be nauseated and have recurrent vomiting. Your grandchild should be seen by his pediatrician.
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