I am pretty sure that most people think that this is a highly weird topic. After all, who wants to talk about p00p? But it is an important topic, to be honest. It is an essential part of your life. Some people even excrete more than once daily. On top of that, it can reveal a lot about your health.
Check the article below to know what the color, size and smell and stool indicate about your health.
Type 1- Small, hard lumpy stool
This kind of p00p occurs due to acute dysbacteriosis. This can be caused by the inflammation of the small intestines. If you also experience pain, then this is a confirmation.
Type 2- Sausage shaped stool with lumps
This is common in people who are suffering from constipation. This happens due to the accumulation of stool in the intestines for a long period.
Type 3- Sausage shaped stool but with cracked surface
The difference between this and the second type is the processing is faster here.
Type 4- Sausage or snake type of stool with smooth and soft surface
This is the perfect kind of stool and indicated that one doesn’t have any health problems related to digestion.
Type 5- Soft blobs of stool with clear-cut edges
Since the stool is soft, passing is smooth. A person experiencing this stool probably excretes at least twice in a day.
Type 6- Fluffy stool with ragged edges
This type of p00p can indicate that the individual is suffering from hypertension, stress or blood pressure. [adinserter block=”16″][adinserter name=”6th and multiple”]
Type 7- Diarrheal type of stool- loose
This is most common in kids as well as elders. Although we know it as diarrhea, its real name is paradoxical diarrhea
Check the picture below to find out more about your health by the color of your p00p.
Have you ever wondered why p00p gives a foul smell?
While p00p always gives a foul smell, for some people that smell becomes extremely nasty. This indicated that the individual has severe digestive problems including celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, Pancreatitis, Cystic fibrosis.
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