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... I'm wondering if anyone here has had blood show up in your stool for three to four days in a row, then go away for a month. Then show up again in a smaller degree, or larger? ... (3 replies)
... If I wasn't feeling increasingly ill and all the other symptoms which have become permanant in the past month I wouldn't even be worried at all. ... (3 replies)
... I had a scope through my esophagus into my lungs and stomache yesterday. There was several pcs removed which were sent to the lab. (3 replies)

... I am sorry you had no response to your post. Have you had the scope as yet? That is really the only way to find out what the problem is. Do let us know how the scope and scan go. Alison (3 replies)
... YES, you DO still need to be concerned. Not to scare you, or to suggest that you suffer from something as serious as colorectal cancer, but intermittent bleeding is a SIGN of colorectal cancer. PLEASE, go get scoped. ... (4 replies)
... for months, feeling increasingly tired, sometimes nauseous, cloudy and brain fog, headaches, malaise, and dizziness. BUT, I also started getting a constant pain in my RLQ. Its been about 4 months with it. It is pretty constant, at times waking me up at night. ... (1 replies)
... didn't hear back from her to assume that everything was fine. Well, I did what I was told, never heard, and assumed all was well. Although I still experienced intermittent bleeding. Well at 31, when the bleeding got so bad, I was passing mucoid clots, and had increased frequency, I went to a GI Specialist. ... (1 replies)
... basically never firm, with intermittent diarrhea. ... (0 replies)
... ince I got the results and I've been far less stressed out, my pain has gone down significantly and the amount of diarrhea I've had has been greatly reduced. The blood is more intermittent, but it never shows up as a streak, always a sort of splotch. ... (8 replies)
... Over the last two weeks my wife has had serious bleeding from, we think, her anus. Most times there is no stool, just blood, but often the blood is so dark it is difficult to tell. Toilet pper is stainedbright red when incidents happen. ... (4 replies)
... PLEASE make certain you get in for a colonoscopy. Basically the card is useless for you... you HAVE SEEN the blood streaked stool. That alone REQUIRES that you get a colonoscopy regardless of the results of the test card. ... (28 replies)
... they found nothing outside of large hemmoroids. The doctor said there was nothing to worry about. However, I continue to have intermittent stomach cramps as well as these very bright red flecks of blood in my stool. ... (14 replies)
... About 6 months ago, I had severe stomach cramps and a stool test showed blood. ... (14 replies)
... rectal cancer symptoms are intermittent bleeding... so you might miss it. It's still VERY IMPORTANT to get that colonoscopy. ... (7 replies)
... end. DEFINITELY requires a colonoscopy to rule things out. It would also be plausible for the esophageal bleeding to run through... usu darker blood though. Flat stool COULD be because of your previous gyn surgeries... LOTS of Scar tissue develops. Or polyps. ... (11 replies)
... First of all, stop worrying!! lol...I worried about everything when I was prego too, and always for the worst too, so I know how you feel. But, your husband is rather young for that form of cancer, but also, because it sounds more like maybe pancreatitus (sp?) especially if he has "explosive diarrhea" after eating fatty like foods. Is he overweight? Has he been on any special... (4 replies)
... My husband is 31 yo and has had intermittent rectal pain that was attributed to hemmorhoids after a normal colonoscopy about 5 yrs ago. ... (4 replies)
... I started having some blood in my stool and I went to a GI doctor for an exam. ... (7 replies)
... associated with rectal cancer because the tumor inhibits passage of stool, messing up the normal flow of the mucous. So, the mucous has a chance to stay around in the rectal region, where it mixes with blood. Extra mucous production can also occur because of extra vigorous cleansing, stress, among other things. ... (12 replies)
... So pleased for you and also thankyou for posting this for us all. I am sure it gives others hope in that we can sometimes drive ourselves crazy thinking the worst. ... (1 replies)




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