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yellow stool color?

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  • Posted By: shayde
  • November 23, 2006
  • 09:21 PM

A little history about me, i have a 12 years of alcohol abuse "binge drinking" and have sobered up for a while now, i am 29, I have received help for my condition, but i have some physical symptoms that freak me out, As of the past two weeks i have had frequent sometimes loose sometimes bulky yellow stools the past couple of days they have been "trying to get darker". i have had one normal bowell movement. Today they are kindof a olive yellow brown? The test i have ran so for are a full liver panel, which came out perfect, i have had a urine sample taken, perfect no bilirubin in the urine and my bilirubin blood level was normal, alkaline phosphate perfect, ALT,AST perfect, I do pass mucus in my stool it is a yellow color. I do not have any abdominal discomfort or pain. I also have had them run all hepatitus check, all is well, no yellow disoleration od the skin and eyes, i do have severe GAD "generalized anxiety disorder" and have since freak out the last couple of weeks about this' lost sleep i am hungry but am fearful to eat cause im sick of looking at this, im also a hypocaudriac, that blows things way out of proportion, I should also mention that i had a full stool parasite and culture work done, this is perfect as well. So my question is what could be wrong, i know it is possible my damaging past could be catching up with me. And any and all advice would be very appreciated.

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