The Cause Of The Chapter Is Accompanied By Blood Accompanied By Abdominal Pain And Nausea?
Is it true that if you check for fecal blood stool, there is no blood that is definitely not infected with colon cancer? Then if the pain of colon cancer continues to ache or sometimes sometimes it hurts, I myself have 42 days of abdominal pain and nausea, in my anus there is a lump as big as red bean seeds, ultrasound results and normal stool tests
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Colon cancer has different stages and each patient who is diagnosed with colon cancer can have different symptoms depending on the stage of the cancer and the location of the cancer. Patients with early-stage colon cancer can also not have any symptoms and cancer is found through routine screening. The following are some of the symptoms that can be found in people with colon cancer:
changes in bowel patterns in the presence of blood in the stool abdominal pain palpable anemia in the rectum or in the stomach Symptoms of the appearance of blood in the stool itself do not occur in all patients with colon cancer (only found in about 37% of patients), therefore the stool examination is no blood also does not necessarily indicate the patient does not have colon cancer. To diagnose definitely the presence or absence of colon cancer a colonoscopy examination is required.
Abdominal pain itself also does not always indicate the presence of diseases such as colon cancer. Abdominal pain can be caused by many possibilities, for example:
gastrointestinal problems such as gastrointestinal infections, gastrointestinal obstruction, diverticulitis, intestinal inflammation, appendicitis, and many more problems in the urinary tract such as urinary infections, urinary stones, ureteral tumors, etc. problems in the urinary tract reproduction such as prostatitis, hernias, testicular torsion, etc. We recommend that you discuss further with the doctor who treats you for further examination of the causes of abdominal pain that you feel.
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