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    scanners20 posted:
    I have Crohns and been going to the bathroom like 6 times a more just about every day.... My poop is floating what does that mean??? Please help me... Anything with the gallbladder??
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    hannahleigh89 responded:
    Hahaha, it may not really mean much of anything. Don't freak out about it, for sure. Unless you're having other symptoms, I wouldn't suspect gallbladder has anything to do with it.

    If you've had any dietary changes, that might explain why your poop is floating. But like I said, it doesn't necessarily mean anything.


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