Always bloated, constipated, sometimes blood on tissue, some abdominal pain. Worried about colon cancer 28 year old female.

Visit your doctor... Visit your doctor soon to discuss these concerns. The symptoms can be seen in colon cancer, however, other non-cancerous things also have these symptoms. It's always good to be proactive about your health and have symptoms like this checked out. Colon cancer can be cured, but only of it's caught early enough before it spreads. Don't delay this visit.

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Ibs or colon cancer or other? 13 year son little constipation no nausia no to little stomach pain pencil thin stools blood on paper sometimes sports

Sounds more . Like your son is suffering from constipation. Need to be very aggressive with management. Need to drink plenty of fluids, six 8 oz or more, need to take laxatives, stool softeners , need good bowel habits- have to go at least three times a day and stools should be soft and easy to pass.Blood in the stools are common with chronic constipation . See md asap if w fever, abdominal distention, look sick. Read more...
Constipation? Common thing are more common than other rare but unwanted possibilities. Make sure he is hydrated, on good high fiber diet etc. See your family doc and referral to gastroenterologist can be made to rule out more uncommon diagnosis. But be comforted for now that common things are common and constipation can make one feel backed up, discomfort in abdomen, and at times blood in stool from hemorrhoid. Read more...

31 yo RUQ pain x 8 mos. No weight loss- CT w contrast abdomen &pelvis normal- (GI tract WNL on CT) CMP, CBC, fecal occult blood normal- used to have constipation regularly now stools nml- pain in same spot all the time- could this be colon cancer?

Unlikely. The most sensitive finding of colon cancer is trace blood in the stool (though blood in stool can be caused by many things). So its unlikely if you have no blood in stool. With a normal CT scan, the chance of pain in the RUQ caused by colon cancer is almost 0. Read more...
Gallbladder. This sounds typical for biliary colic or gallstone disease. You should have a ultrasound of your belly. You are too young for colon cancer. Read more...

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

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. Read more...
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! Read more...
Get workup. The most concerning is the narrow stools and blood. This could be rectal cancer. You need a colonoscopy. Read more...

Belly pain for 1 year. Cat scan and upper scope. Showed inflammation in stomach. Constipation also. Ibs. But worried colon cancer?

Very small chance... ...Given that you're 34 years old, but nothing's impossible. You may want to review the many healthtap answers regarding causes & cures for lower abdominal discomfort, but your best reassurance will come from your doctor after further appropriate exam & tests prove unremarkable. Be well--. Read more...
Constipation. Has the gastroenterologist addressed your complaint of chronic constipation? He/she can give you dietary advice. Good fluid and fiber intake is important. Taking a gentle daily bowel stimulant like senokotS could help. To assuage your fear of colon cancer a simple flexible sigmoidoscopy in the office would be helpful or you could undergo a full colonoscopy. Read more...