Dr. Mutlu describes the appearance of healthy stool.
Generally, a healthy stool looks like a sausage shape or a log shape type of stool that is several inches long, and it has a form or a shape when it is in the toilet water, and it typically doesn’t lose its shape immediately when it enters into the toilet bowl of water. And it’s typically easy to pass.
About Dr. Mutlu, M.D.:
Dr. Ece A. Mutlu, M.D., is Associate Professor of Medicine at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. She specializes in gastroenterology and nutrition, and her research interests include diet therapy in inflammatory bowel disease, role of microbiological flora on gastrointestinal illness, role of nutrition in gastrointestinal disease, complementary and alternative medicine for gastrointestinal disease, and antioxidant treatment of radiation proctitis.