Extreme anemia, pale stool with mucus always diaherra that's thin. Pelvic pain. When passing normal stool it's hard and I bleed. Colon cancer?

Not likely. It is very unlikely that you have colon cancer. But if you have anemia and bleed on passing stool, you must see your doctor for an evaluation. It may be as simple as taking a fiber laxative to soften the stool and taking iron supplement to correct iron deficiency. However, that can only be determined after examining you and it has to be done in person by your doctor.

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Is post menopause bleeding and pelvic pain a sign of colon cancer? Endo cancer ruled out as biopsy clear.

Maybe (not) . . . Pelvic pain is very non-specific. In other words, it suggests many possibilities like various cancers but also (torsion of) benign ovarian cysts, fibroids and even stds. Post-menopausal bleeding refers to bleeding from uterus via vagina. I'm glad biopsy is negative but also need pelvic ultrasound to evaluate thickness of lining & look around. Then colonoscopy to screen for colon cancer. Read more...
No. Vaginal bleeding is gyn not colon! uterine ca is not ruled out by a pap. Need a d+c to look for uterine ca. Read more...

Sometimes when I have to poop I get pelvic pain and I will have a strong urge to go I'm 20 is this colon cancer?

Signs of cancer. Colon cancer usually presents in people who are older than 50. It presents mainly with anemia (due to slow bleeding in the gi tract) or obstruction of the bowels (can't move your bowels at all). What you are describing is different. Read more...

Do colon cancer polyps cause constant blood in the stool or intermittently? Do polyps only bleed when they're ruptured from straining passing stool?

Intermittent. Bleeding form polyps is intermittent and depends on the size and type of polyp. That is why yearly testing is recommended. You may consult this site for information about blood in stool. http://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/blood-in-stool#1 For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. Read more...