Strange question

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OK, I can't ask anyone else this.  Sometimes after I have a bowel movement and I wipe myself I have found something that looks like a soft pea--it is about the size of a pea, soft and greenish in color.  I had not eaten anything that would cause it.

I'm wondering if I was passing a small gall stone?  I do have them and am going to primary care doctor tomorrow.  I would like to take some medication rather than have surgery if she will approve (probably not but I am sure going to try!).  It's not bad--no vomiting or nausea, just some off and on pains in the area where your gall bladder is. And yes, I had ultrasound last week. 

Anyway, just wondered if anyone else has had those green things after going to the bathroom.


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    Hi! I haven’t had that but I have had small, round droplets, almost? Of an orange/yellow color. I think it was bile. Does your poop float?
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    My husband did after he did a gallbladder flush, its hard stone and when I opened it its very dark green, for me its like a concentrated bile, we went to our gp and told her about the flush But GP dont believe it. Well we just carry on what we did coz the important is the pain is gone. Maybe we will do another ultra sound after 2 flushes. Give you some updtae if u are interested.

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    Read all you can re Ursodioxycholic acid because it does dissolve cholesterol gall stones. I had no side effects but I hear some do.  In my case I was told wrongly that all that was available was to have my gall bladder out.

    How do such ignoramuses get involved in the medical profession I'll never know. This situation is utterly despicable.  Chemists as I've said before seem far more aware than doctors that Urso dissolves stones of type.

    Yes apparently the stones of cholesterol type are green!   

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