Definition and overview of the causes
Yellow stool can result bile undigested, that has not been reabsorbed when worn very quickly through the intestines and colon. That's why, it is important that a doctor examine you and determine any possible disease or disorder that may be causing the yellow stool. Generally, they can be the result of a condition of the digestive tract, bacterial or viral infections and parasites.
There are numerous disorders or diseases involving the digestive system, which can cause yellow stools in adults. Some of these diseases and disorders may include celiac disease which is a genetic condition, cholangitis or inflammation of the bile drivers, cholecystitis or inflamed gallbladder, gallstones, malabsorption or inability to digest nutrients properly , the small intestine disease or inability to absorb the nutrients during digestion or steatorrhea a condition that creates large amounts of fat in the feces, causing a yellow tint.
Yellow stools in adults can be caused by viral infections such as hepatitis or viral hepatitis. Parasites can also cause them. A particular parasite is called giardia. This parasite adheres to the intestines of humans and animals. Children and care workers children are more likely to get giardia because the parasite is often transferred through waste products like diapers. When a caregiver forgets to wash their hands after changing a diaper, it is more likely to transmit the parasite through the mouth. Symptoms include diarrhea, fever, intestinal inflammation and similar to those of a cold symptoms.