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green poo?

(11 Posts)
mumnosbest Sat 13-Oct-12 21:03:55

dd, 5yrs, has just done green poo. i mean proper karky green. shes not got tummy ache or eaten anything different. any ideas?

ATourchOfInsanity Sun 14-Oct-12 00:00:22

My mum was, er, a bit eccentric shall we say and once made me eat a large pyrex bowl of pure spinach. I was sick and remember having green poo too.
Not saying you did that, but did he eat a fair amount of spinach today?

mumnosbest Sun 14-Oct-12 00:27:08

i'm lucky to get anything remotely green or leafy past her lips! she did eat a whole packet of blue sweets yesterday which turned her mouth blue. maybe blue and brown make green hmm

mawbroon Sun 14-Oct-12 11:02:53

DS1 did this a while back, he would have been 4 or 5 at the time. He did a green poo and felt a bit off colour and the rest of the family came down with a disgusting D&V bug.

mumnosbest Sun 14-Oct-12 22:56:26

hope its nothing like that. she seems fine although the rest of us are full of cold.

HtheH Sun 14-Oct-12 22:59:08

Blue food colouring does that, so it could be the sweets. My sister made my ds some blue cupcakes with blue icing and the poo was quite extraordinary for a few days!!!

Runningblue Sun 14-Oct-12 23:07:27

On the blue front, blueberries make poo a very strange shade of khaki- so I'm with HtheHs cunning theory on the food colouring...

sjb23 Sun 14-Oct-12 23:07:47

My son and once ate some rather old, green jellybabies we found in my mum's car glovebox - bright green poo for both of us!

mumnosbest Sun 14-Oct-12 23:10:27

ah blueberries! could be those too thanks. just read if you drink 2 bottlees of pepsibismol (sp*) you get rainbow coloured poo. might be worth trying grin

Runningblue Sun 14-Oct-12 23:14:42

Blueberries AND blue sweeties = designer khaki blue poogrin

mumnosbest Mon 15-Oct-12 12:47:27

the world makes sense once more smile

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