Are unexpected weight loss and lower left abdomenal pain, and latharic behaviors symptoms to colon cancer? Othe symptoms:-blood on toilet paper, constipation tiredness small caliber stools pelvic pain

Get workup. The most concerning is the narrow stools and blood. This could be rectal cancer. You need a colonoscopy.
You . You have listed many symptoms that are suspicious for colorectal cancer, especially when they are found together. A person experiencing these symptoms needs to see his or her primary doctor or a gastroenterologist for evaluation promptly to obtain a diagnosis and get proper care.
Yes. Those symptoms could all reflect a colon cancer, and that is what needs to be ruled out by a physician. It could possilby be other causes, diverticular disease, ibs, malabsorption syndromes, but the most worrisome possible cause (colon cancer) still remains pretty high on the list of possibilities. Seek medical attention please!

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