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Very black poo in 15mo - I am freaking out that this means blood, can anyone reassure me?

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littlelapin Mon 30-Jul-07 17:03:45

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FioFio Mon 30-Jul-07 17:05:25

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littlelapin Mon 30-Jul-07 17:06:34

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LIZS Mon 30-Jul-07 17:07:03

Blackcurrant, summerfruit pudding, drunk any Ribena, dark chocolate ?

MegaLegs Mon 30-Jul-07 17:07:16

DS4 always has v.dark poo, he drinks alot of blackcurrant.

amateurarsedoctor Mon 30-Jul-07 17:07:19

Step away from the google!!

It does sound worrying. I'd be off to the docs with a sample if possible.

Could it be something like an ingested crayon?? My dog regularly does technicolour poos for that reason.

Sorry to not offer any better ideas. Hope you get a more sensible response soon.

amateurarsedoctor Mon 30-Jul-07 17:07:49

Sorry, too slow!

hertsnessex Mon 30-Jul-07 17:07:58

ALOT OF GREENS OVER THE PAST DAY OR SO? I.E. ALOT OF IRON CAN MAKE YOUR POO V BLACK.

SlightlyMadSpider Mon 30-Jul-07 17:08:03

Can't bananas turn it black? Have to admit they don't with DD3 though.

forsale Mon 30-Jul-07 17:10:15

sometimes my poo is v dark but i have worked out that it coincides with my vast increase in eating rocket etc. I agree tyou should stop using google. My eye tremor is currently diagnosed on google as aneurysm or MS and i should drink more caffeine to rid myself of this., Also possible Parkinsons disease

Mercy Mon 30-Jul-07 17:13:22

Does he seem ok otherwise though?

Dark chocolate is usually to blame in this house!

loopylou6 Mon 30-Jul-07 17:40:10

my dd has nearly black poo, i did worry for a while untill i changed her juice from vimto to orange and it went back to normal colour, shes back on vimto now though

MrsBadger Mon 30-Jul-07 17:52:55

rofl at ForSale's eye tremor
you need sleep, not caffeine, woman!

meanwhile lapin do not worry about his poo unless he comes down with any other symptoms (diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, tummy pain)

littlelapin Mon 30-Jul-07 18:18:45

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MrsBadger Mon 30-Jul-07 18:36:45

rofl at the nappy in the ziploc bag
he must lurve seeing your name on his schedule

littlelapin Mon 30-Jul-07 18:37:48

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