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I have 2 possible symptoms of anal cancer but I don't bleed often/ could I have it?
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Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Radiation Oncology
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In brief: It's time to place a
Call to a medical GI physician or "proctologist" to let the experts decide how many "symptoms" and what signs (nodes) warrant endoscopic evaluation and whetehr biopsy should be done.
Both men and women get this. It is not always related to sex. Do not fear, let them examine your rear! this can be fixed, don't wait.

In brief: It's time to place a
Call to a medical GI physician or "proctologist" to let the experts decide how many "symptoms" and what signs (nodes) warrant endoscopic evaluation and whetehr biopsy should be done.
Both men and women get this. It is not always related to sex. Do not fear, let them examine your rear! this can be fixed, don't wait.
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