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Thin Stools Colon Cancer
25 year old male. found blood on tissue in december. black, tarry stool month later. now undigested food and always pencil thin stool. colon cancer?
Get seen: You should have seen your physician already. Be brave. There are several possibilities. ...Read more
Cancer is a group of diseases that is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth leading to invasion of surrounding tissues that spread to other parts of the body. Cancer can begin anywhere in the body and is usually related to one or more genetic mutations that allow normal cells to become malignant by interfering with internal cellular control mechanisms, such as programmed cell death or by preventing ...Read more
Thin stools on occasion. Father had colon cancer. I am scheduled for a colonoscopy Monday. Are thin stools always colon cancer related? TERRIFIED.
If someone has pencil thin stools due to colon cancer would the stool alternate meaning becoming thicker or it will always remain pencil thin?
What to do if I am 18 , ive been told if u have thin stools , its sign of colon cancer. should I worry .?
Should be checked: Thin stools can be a sign of rectal, not colon cancer. "Pencil" stools are caused by the cancer in the distal rectum or anus causing a severe narrowing which allows only a thin stool to pass. If the thin stools continue, you should see you're PCP and may need a colonoscopy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For how long?: Anybody can pass a thin one from time to time. If this persists for more than a few days, go in and get a rectal from your physician. It's more worrisome to have the caliber decreasing gradually over time. ...Read more
Iam afraid of colon cancer. I have been having thin stools... Sometimes they are flat... Omg... Please help?
If a colon cancer is in advanced stage , it makes the stools thin every day? Because I had thin stool 2 weeks ago, then normal and today again. Help?
Whoa: Forgive me for this. You list yourself as having colon cancer. This will only narrow the caliber of your stool if it's still present. Are you inoperable? Is this a self-diagnosis unconfirmed by a competent physician? The bottom line is that we can't answer your question without more clinical information, and ultimately you need to find a physician whom you trust, cancer or no. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Have it checked: Change in bowel movements can be a sign of colon cancer. It can also be a sign of other non-cancerous conditions of the colon as well, like diverticulitis. If this is a change for you, i would recommend going to a gastroenterologist and having it checked. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do thin ribbon like stool mobements in case of colon cancer continue all the time or is it ab on and off thing?
Ribbon like: stool which is INTERMITTENT are DUE TO SPASM of the lower bowel (old term ="spastic colon") now this is a part of the diagnosis of IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) which is a DIAGNOSIS of EXCLUSION (other GI problems MUST BE RULED OUT) SO STOP worrying about the "big C" and get yourself checked out by your PCP and at your age a COLONOSCOPY ,may be recommended! Hope this is helpful Dr Z ...Read more
If 'pencil' stool and 'narrow' stool are signs of colon cancer but exactly how thin of the stool consider as pencil stool or narrow ?
At what point do I need to worry about colon cancer? I've had pencil thin stool for a week now and can't completely empty my bowels.
Unlikely at your age: It would be very unlikely for someone of your age to have colon cancer, unless there's a strong family history that would suggest a genetic predisposition for such. However, with these pencil-thin stools, you may have an infection or inflammation within the colon which needs identification and treatment. A CT scan and colonoscopy would be in order to investigate this. ...Read more
Black little dots in stool. Would colon cancer stools be thin one day then be normal the next? I did have blood in stools for two days only last week
Not sure: I am assuming that you do not have a significant family history for colon cancer. Colon cancer can result in thin stools but i would think that they stay that way. Blood in the stool can indicate possible colon tumor(polyp) or cancer but it not very common for patients your age.I would reccomend that you see a dr. To find out the cause of your bleeding.Internal hemorrhiods could be a cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My father's stool is lumpy or thin. His RBC is less and hamemoglobin also lil less, He is worried he is having colon cancer. He is 54 yrs. ?
Needs colonoscopy: Even if he had no problems we are supposed to start routine colorectal cancer screening at age 50. The best care practice to do so remains colonoscopy although there are many other tests that are also done such as checking stool for blood, barium enema, sigmoidoscopy to name a few. If he has already had one it depends when. If it was more than 1-2 years ago it can be repeated if symptoms arise ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I occasionally get thin stools that stay for a month or so. Idon't have colon cancer. Are there any natural ways to relieve thin stools and constipation?
More fiber in diet: If you suffer from constipation, a great natural way to have regular and normal bms is to increase the fiber in your diet and to drink lots water. You can do it by eating foods high in fiber or taking in daily fiber in preparations such as metamucil. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I'm 18 years old male, and i'm very very scared that I have colon cancer.I got some symptoms, but no blood. Thin stools, 1st time dark green stool today. Really scared.
So rare: You are more likely to get hit by a bus today than have colon cancer at your age. I'm not sure what symptoms other than "no blood" you refer to, as most colon cancers have no symptoms. If you are having abdominal pains, fullness, nausea, etc - then you should see doctor as there are literally hundreds of conditions other than cancer that could cause symptoms in abdomen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I need to know how accurate is the schebo stool test in detecting colon cancer. Also can lack of fibre diet cause thin stools?
24 y/o male. Occasional flat or thin stools. But usually normal. No blood (that i know of). No real abd pain. Occasional constipation. Colon cancer?
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