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    Abnormal bowel movements
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    WorryWart0810 posted:
    For the past 4 days my 2 1/2 year old has had some very disturbing bowel movements. On day 1 his poop was a "Grass" green looking color encased in a yellow colored poop. The next 2 days were the green colored poops but today, the 4th day, his BMs have been green but now its upgraded to Diarrhea. I'm very concerned at this point but everyone keeps telling me not to worry. I've never seen poop this color before but for it to last this long is starting to scare me. This isn't normal... Is it?
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