Pellet stools covered in mucus with blood. Always lots of mucus with this kind of stool. Is this. Bowel cancer?

Probable IBS. The finding of pellet like stools frequently covered with mucus and sometimes some blood is more indicative of irritable bowel syndrome than malignancy where small stools are frequently narrowed due to bowel obstruction rather than pellet shaped. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common gut disorder. The cause is not known. If symptoms persist colonoscopy indicated.
You need Medical Che. You need a medical check up. Blood in the stools is a serious matter, not to be ignored. yes, it can be due to Cancer but the more common cause is hemorrhoidal bleeding. But only a doctor's examination can sort it out, so go see your doctor without delay.

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Had sigmoidoscopy in June. It showed have haemaroids. Pellet stools with LOTS of bloody mucus. Bowel cancer? I'm 38. Dad had polyps.

Not necessarily. The blood in your stool is probably from the hemorrhoids. you may like to get a screening endoscopy to check for polyps and get biopsies from large or suspicious ones if you have any. Biopsies are to be examined by a pathologist who would determine if there is malignant growth. Read more...

Yellow narrow stool, but not always narrow with a lot of mucus and sometimes blood. Is this colon cancer?

Bowel caliber/color. Any change in the caliber or color of stool should be evaluated with colonocscopy. Read more...
See your Doctor. The color of stool is usually dictated by the liver. Caliber of the stool is a lower colorectal issue. The mucous and blood can be from the colon and needs evaluation by a gastroenterologist as soon as possible. Read more...
See a doctor. You need evalv by your pcp/gastroenterologist to dig further deep into your symptoms and associated signs like lymph nodes, wt loss. Loss of appetite, icterus etc, . Depending on your age the most likely disease causing these symptoms varies. For sure these symptoms of concerning for cancer. See a doctor soon. Read more...

I had change in bowel habits, stool analysis and blood work done and all came back normal. How can I stop worrying that I have bowel cancer?

Knowledge is power! You need to become more knowledgeable about your health than you are at present(fairly ignorant about medicine I am afraid). Cancer is not a common illness at your age, so learn to relax a bit, knowing bowel problems that you r having right now are not due to cancer. So lets look for other, more common causes. Most importantly cancer can be detected easily with modern testing which your dr can do. Read more...
Colonoscopy. This is the only modality for ruling this in or out. You're 26 years old and without known polyp disease or a very strong family history the odds are low, but if the thought is troubling you, it might well be worth performing the procedure. Read more...

What would blood in the stools look like I have been worrid I might have bowel cancer my stools looks brown but on the tissue it looks a shade of red?

You're too young. To be worried about colon cancer. Colon cancer bleeding would appear as streaks of blood on the stool. Black tarry stools come from upper GI bleeding where the blood is digested and mixed with the stool. Read more...
Hemorrhoids likely. but can easily be checked by testing the stool sample for blood and if present see a good GI doc. Read more...

I moved my bowels and when I wiped I saw a little blood the stool was huge though. 41 worried no family hist of colon cancer.

Likely a hemorrhoid. First, it's always advisable to let a doctor know if you have blood in your stool. That being said, what you describe is most likely some minor bleeding from a hemorrhoid that was disrupted by the large stool. This can cause a small amount of bright red blood on toilet paper. Keep your stools smaller and softer by drinking more water and have your doctor take a look, but don't worry! Read more...