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When taking anal temperature can it cause involuntary loss of stool?
Asked in Medication and Drugs, Antibiotics
Can an antibiotic cause dry stool?
Most antibiotics have the potential to cause either loose stool or runny diarrhea. The chance of dry stool or constipation is very low from taking antibiotics. However, some illnesses need a combination of meds so another medication may be causing the dry stools. For example, a doctor might prescribe a decongestant and an antibiotic. The decongestant would be more likely to cause constipation or dry stool.
Asked in Vitamins and Supplements
Can B12 B Complex Vitamin A and Iron cause dark stool?
Asked in Pregnancy Tests, Medication and Drugs
How long after taking stool specimens can i wait before taking to lab if in clinical bottles?
Asked in Conditions and Diseases, Intestines
What are the black threadlike structure found in stool?
Would a sinus and or ear infection cause a blackish stool?
Asked in Health
Blood mucus in stool?
Disorder and diseases that cause blood and mucus in stool: Acute Alcohol Consumption (excessive drinking can cause bloody mucus in the stool) Andrade's Syndrome Bowel Obstructions Celiac Disease Chronic Diarrhea, Idiopathic (can cause bloody mucus in the stool) Colon Cancer Acute Constipation, Dyschazia (can cause bloody mucus on the stool) Crohn's Disease Drug Side effects (can cause bloody mucus in the stool) Carnitine Transporter Deficiencye Cystic Fibrosis Dysentery Anus Fissures E.coli (causes bloody mucus in the stool) Gastroenteritis (Influenza) (can cause blood and mucus in stools) Hemorrhagic Gastroenteritis Internal Hemorrhoids (can cause bloody mucus in the stool, too) Intestinal Bacterial Infection Irritable Bowel Syndrome Liver Disease Pancreatitis Blind-loop Syndrome Pancreatic Disorder Pancreatitis Syndrome Pelvic Abscess Pelvic Lipomastosis Proctitis Juvenile Rectal Cancer Rectal Prolapse Shigellosis Ulcerative Colitis