Our expert says:
It could be due to something you ate - sometimes chlorophyll can colour stool green. If it is not smelly, you don't have winds, mucous or blood in the stool, and no nausea, cramping or diarrhoea, you can only watch this for a day or so - if it persists, take a teaspoonful in a clean bottle to your doctor to send to the lab.
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