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Well they are both green.. could be that.. no real protein in it. Has he had any candy. I know there were some candies that had dye colors that would do that.Has he been sucking on a toy that has green color in it. Or a blanket binding that is green? The dyes on some fabrics are not set well and if he was sucking on an end of a favorite blankie, he may begetting dye in his mouth. My guess would be first food then a toy or object he may have swallowed. Have you houseplants low enough he could get hold of them and eat a portion. If so check them for damage and their toxicity! watch and examine his poo for the deposit of mysterious item he may have swallowed.... keep an eye on his symptoms and weather he starts feeling poorly! If you still has his nappy, check the poo thoroughly.. which I am sure you probably already did. Is he potty trained? You don't have those colored toilet water cleaners hanging in a toilet do you.. sometimes kids drink the colored water.. can be dangerous.I would not panic but watch and check his toys particularly greeor bluish colored things..plants etc. even grass could do it!
I remember there being a post about this somewhere around here but I can't seem to find it. Your son had an abundance of red or purple food colouring, that usually will cause poo to be green. No idea why...
When my son was little he asked me why, when he ate a banana it was yellow, and when he went to the loo it came out brown!
My daughter had this when she was abbaby. She was very ill and intolerant to cows milk. Fine on goats.
I dont think some people take this seriously! I suppose we can allow them to have a chuckle!!!20 yrs ago my daughter was thriving well until my own milk dried up when she was 6 m old (I think now due to lack of iodine - well worth researching if you have children or feel very tired since there seems to be a global epidemic that is being ignored!)She was then very ill - failure to thrive, irritable and constant runny nose, hyperactive & the nappies were revolting - about 6 a day.I told the paediatrician & she agreed it was dairy intolerance.As soon as she went on goats milk she was ok.Now she is 20 & still has sensitivities but seems to tolerate dairy now.Hope this helps. Ruth.