That is not a symptom.
If the stool is watery that means there is diarrhea.
That is the correct spelling of "diarrhea," (frequent loose or watery stool).
I cannot stress how important it is to get your dog to the vet immediately after seeing the stool. Take a sample with you, so it can be tested for bacterial infections.
yes but most of it is water which is why stool after diarrhea is so watery. You can also lose electrolytes and other vital minerals in your stool. If you have diarrhea, it is recommended to drink glasses of water to compensate for what was lost in the stool.
Only if you drink so much that it makes your stool watery. But it doesn't in general.
Symptoms of cholera were the same like they are today. Vomiting, few times fallowed by profuse watery diarrhoea are the symptoms of the cholera. Typically there is rice water stool. Vomiting, few times fallowed by profuse watery diarrhoea are the symptoms of the cholera. Typically there is rice water stool.
Kinda acidic cause when u get diarrhea u pass out some digestive juices from ur intestines along with ur watery stool and the digestive juices r full of acid
If your dog has a bloody, watery stool you need to take it to the vet immediately. There's no way to tell what is causing it unless someone who is trained in those matters sees the dog. If there are other symptoms, too, like not drinking water, listlessness, vomiting, etc. it could be Parvo or other serious diseases. Regardless, a dog having that type of stool needs to be taken to a vet! ~Deb~
That can vary from several times per day to less than daily. If the stool is watery and hard ot control it is too much (diarrhea) and if it is hard and requires straining to pass it is too little (constipation).
Diarrhea with foul-smelling stool that becomes worse in the later part of the day Sudden changes in bowel habits (e.g. constipation that changes to soft and watery stool). Constant rumbling and gurgling in the stomach area unrelated to hunger
Vomiting, few times fallowed by profuse watery diarrhoea are the symptoms of the cholera. Typically there is rice water stool. There is no fever and there is no pain in the abdomen, during defecation.
my urine test is normal, cbc is normal and hb is 15.7 but in stool culture pus cell found positive . i feel pain and something is pulling inside . what is the desease . what is the meaning of pus cell , sometimes white liquids mucus comes in stool . i was suffrinf from loose motinon and stool was coming like watery . doctor gave me firt ciprolex tz and now i m taking axacef 55 mg . now stool is coming in form firstname.lastname@example.org
i sat on a stool. the stool was very high. the stool was brown.
Sounds like he may have worms Probably a severe parasitic infection of some sort. You need to take him to a vet as soon as possible.
No, not out of the skin of your buttocks. That would indicate a skin infection, or excess sweating. If you mean from your rectum/anus, there can be fluid -(not water, really) -- stool is typically a watery fecal substance surrounding firmer stool. As well, any fluid you introduce into the rectum acts like an enema.
Steatorrhea is the "presence of an excess of fat in the stool." Frank steatorrhea is thought of as diarrhea that is either soft, watery, frothy, pale, greasy, voluminous, or foulsmelling. Occult steatorrhea is when an abnormal amount of fat is present in the stool, but not readily apparent due to the lack of the characteristic diarrhea of Frank steatorrhea.
Fecal impaction is a large mass of dry, hard stool that can develop in the rectum due to chronic constipation. This mass may be so hard that it cannot come out of the body. Watery stool from higher in the bowel may move it along or may require surgical intervention.
WHY I HAVE BLOOD IN MY STOOL
No Jupiter is not watery but it is a gas planet.
as watery as a bottle of water
what is thin watery soup
It sudden watery bowel movements could be due something the dog ate, a viral infection, or a parasite infection. If a dog has watery diarrhea (mostly water and just a small amount of fecal material in the stool) it should be examined by a veterinarian before he/she becomes seriously ill. Dehydration is the most common side effect of bad diarrhea, it can lead to organ failure if it is not addressed.