Poop after straining/holding it in for awhile. Noticed blood in water + lot of blood on TP. Colon cancer? I'm 38. Pelvic CAT was fine in August.

Rectal bleeding. This needs to be evaluated further. Given the rectal bleeding, you should have a colonoscopy to evaluate your colon. Speculation is not worth the risk. See your doctor to have this evaluated properly.

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Hlthy 38yo guy-A lot blood on TP after straining to poop-dark poop-slight red water-anus painful. AB CAT scan in Aug ok. % of chance of colon cancer?

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