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“Also, if bile and pancreatic enzymes can’t get through to the intestines to help break down fats, the stools can become greasy and might float in the toilet,” the organisation warns.
This can leave your stools loose, watery, oily and with a bad smell.
The Columbia Surgery also notes that your poo might appear bulky.
However, they warn that oily stools don’t necessarily need to be caused by pancreatic cancer as there are also other triggers.