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    My 2 year old has BRIGHT GREEN POOP!!!
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    AKS00 posted:
    My 2 year old had painful diarrhea poop this evening that was BRIGHT GREEN in color. We've had solid green poop before which I thought was a result of eating a bunch of blueberries earlier that week. However this time we haven't had any blueberries or other such Items that might discolor our stools that I can think of. We did just have our last molar tooth come in 2 weeks ago and have been fight some serious seasonal allergies in our area right now, could this be the cause of the bright green color or is this a SERIOUS health issue that I need to go to the doctor right away for??
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