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Lauren
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“…Poop Should Sink
Listen for the sound of your stool as it hits the water in the toilet. Floating stools are often an indication of high fat content, which can be a sign of malabsorption, a condition in which you can’t absorb enough fat and other nutrients from the food you’re ingesting. It’s associated with celiac disease or chronic pancreatitis…”

Well, according to this quote from the article it would seem that malabsorption might be the culprit. If you are in any doubt or are worried, please ask your GP or team about it. I promise you they will not be surprised by anything you ask so there is nothing to be embarrassed about.

I’m glad I posted the article now as it is plain to see that some of you do have concerns. my main one is wind (parp.) Thank goodness it doesn’t bother me to let it go lol! I can still blame the dog 😉

Doodah x

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