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... I had a clean colonoscopy a little over three years ago. Last summer I was in the ER for bad constipation. My gastro said I didn't need another scope then. Found no blood on the fecal smear. ... (3 replies)
... did he see any inflamation. if its just bright read blood with no mucus it could be hemmroids or an iffection. ... (7 replies)
... About 6 weeks ago, I noticed blood streaked on my stools. When I wiped, it looked like a lot of blood on the tp. Naturally, I was very scared and pretty freaked out. ... (3 replies)

... My drama started in mid Jan. 07. After 11 days of diarrhea and no luck with family dr. ... (5 replies)
... not even funny. Yes, fewer than 1 percent of all those with colorectal cancer are under 35. But let's not forget that colon cancer is the 3rd most common cancer in the United that still leaves quite a few people in that age group who have it. ... (16 replies)
... So, as harder stools are, less difficult to pass and more rounded in shape. ... (1 replies)
... I'm 33, male, no family history of cancer of anykind, 4 kids, in good health although over weight and I could probably eat healthier. My family tends to be prone to diabetes but we are all on the heavy side. ... (7 replies)
... Hi, I'm totally new here and don't even pretend to be in the same situation as those here who are fighting colon and rectal cancer. I'll make my story short. ... (3 replies)
... i was diagnosed with rectal cancer jan 2007...but knew i had cancer in dec because i had every symptom possible. ... (8 replies)
... c I had been experiencing rectal bleeding. It was mainly bright red streaks of blood on my stools. Sometimes I would wipe blood, and once there was a little blood in the toilet water. ... (0 replies)
... lonoscopy a little less than 3 years ago. No polyps but a few hemorrhoids and diverticula. My doctor is cautious so he tells patients with no polyps to come back in 7 years rather than 10. ... (6 replies)
... Recently during a trip to the bathroom I got a little BM streak on the toilet seat. The movement was normal in shape and color, with no pain at all. ... (0 replies)
... and on the toilet paper from my rectum. Of course I freaked. I also have been very much lacking energy. ... (7 replies)
... I have pretty much every symptom in the book. ... (16 replies)
... 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)
... I had my first colonoscopy at age 42 and another in 1999 at age 49. Both were clear. ... (16 replies)
... ation and diarhhea with some stomach cramping and lots of gas. I also have blood in my stool and sometimes alot in the toilet after a BM. My internist has referred me for a colonoscopy next week. I am a bit nervous , as I also feel a small lump in my abdomen. ... (6 replies)
... and everything was completely normal so I haven't worried much about the colonoscopy.However, over the past couple of years, I've had very light pink blood 2 or 3 times, only on the toilet paper after an urgent BM, and twice a tiny bit or red blood, again on the paper. ... (5 replies)
... I'm 17 years old, female. My grandfather died of bowel cancer when he was in his late 30's however there's no other history of cancer in the family that I'm aware of so don't think it's genetic. Anyway, I have severe anxiety, social, general and health and possibly depression. ... (2 replies)
... For as long as I can remember after having a bowel movement I would wipe and there would be yellow on the toilet paper, other days nothing. I thought it was normal so never gave it a thought. I have also always suffered from constipation since I was little.. ... (2 replies)

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