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    Thin yellow stools and stress/anxiety
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    lisa71971 posted:
    I have had pain under my right rib..first I thought it might be my gallbladder...they think it is an ulcer. I have been EXTREMELY stressed out..I lost my job and some other things have caused me to worry. I feel like my ribs are on fire and I have muscle aches. Could be from wearing heels again. I have been having thin yellow stools..Could the thinness be caused from stress and worry..I have been worried since March. I started taking perscription antacids and taking mylanta. Thanks for any insight.
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