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hi i have no idea what this is about umm but for the last few days my uhh poop has been green not runs or anything same but green the only thing thats changed with what i eat and drink is iv been drinking some energy drinks but thats it should i be worried ? i am seeing a doctor for a check up this month but i hav awhile iv just been having a few issues with my sleep depression and even random vaginal blood during and after sex alotta things have been going on latly so i was hoping one of you could tell me if i should bother asking about that when i see her that would be great thanks so much for your time i appreciate it very much. n sorry for the topic i hav some depression issues aswell but this doesnt really hav nything to do with that i just didnt kno which one it would go under sorry
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replied April 17th, 2011
Hello, and thank you for your medical question on e Health Forum.

Bowel movement disorders, depression and menstrual irregularities - all could be a constellation of symptoms seen in hypothyroidism.

You might consult a endocrinologist for getting tested for the condition.

Greenish stools could be a sign of liver or gall bladder conditions. Evaluation with liver function tests and stool tests might be helpful.

I hope this helps.


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