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12-17-2015, 07:44 AM   #1
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"Clay" colored stool?

So my doc put me on Questan because my stool was bright yellow, indicating lots of bile in the stool. Questran captures the bile. Since I have been taking it, the color of my stool has changed. Sometimes its like a dull medium brown, but sometimes, its a light brown, like Khaki. It that considered "clay colored" What is clay colored anyway? Like grey? I've seen lots of colors of clay before, ranging from grey to brown to light red, so its hard to know what "clay colored" is.
Diagnosed with Crohn's in 2007, symptoms since 2000.
Hospitalized with bowel obstruction 8/2012
Ileocecectomy with 9" small bowel removed 10/2014

Current meds: Stelara, Entocort, Questran
Past meds: Prednisone, Humira

12-17-2015, 11:07 AM   #2
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I always believe that means light as in tan beige khaki light not bold colors. Just watch out for white as that indicates liver gallbladder issues. White=Bad!

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