Diarrhea for 2 1/2 weeks sometimes no diarrhea regular poop in the morning with cold hands and feet throughout the day scared of colon cancer.?

Colon cancer is rare. before age 50, unless you have ulcerative colitis, familial polyposis, or other inherited disorders. But anything is possible. Cold hands and feet are not symptoms of colon cancer. Consult with your doctor for proper colon cancer screening, depending on your age and risk factors.
See your doctor. While the only symptom of colon cancer may be a change in your bowel habits, it is heavily dependent on many factors, especially your age. Best to see your primary care provider for a more complete evaluation. May need a colonoscopy. Hope this helps!

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Diarrhea for 2 1/2 weeksnonblood went do doctor on 8th day got probiotics feel better but still have diarrhea, cold hands w. feet I think Colon Cancer?

Diarrhea. Diarrhea has many causes, infectious, inflammatory, and malignant. Sounds like you have watery diarrhea. I would seek the advice of a gastroenterologist. They can also perform a colonoscopy if you are worried about colon cancer, although diarrhea is an atypical presentation of cancer. This may also be Irritiable bowel syndrome. They can also test your stool for common bugs. . Read more...

My stool is hard in the morning and diarrhea in the evening but everyday the same ritual and sometimes just diarrheaish what can it be? Colon cancer?

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19, male having diarrhea right after normal stool, watery, blood test fine, no blood or constipation, can it be colon cancer I'm scared!!!

Don't be scared. Be smart. Go to a doctor and get it sorted out. Probably not colon cancer, but it is a possibility. It is rarely seen in young people such as yourself. We can't give you any more advice than that. You need to be seen, examined and evaluated. It's the only way to ease your mind. Read more...
Relax. Colon cancer doesn't behave this way and is very, very rare in 19 year olds. Diarrhea after a normal BM is not unusual and often depends on diet, anxiety, etc. If it persists, see your primary care provider for an evaluation. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! Read more...

I've had diarrhea for about6-7 weeks. And ive seen dark brown & red in my stool which I hope is undigested food. Do you think I have ibs or colon cancer?

IBS? 6-7 weeks of problems with your stool strongly suggests you must see your primary doctor. If there is a wait to get an appointment, a visit to the nearest Emergency facility would be a good move. Read more...

Is it possible for a woman in her mid 30s to develope colon cancer? Constipation, narrow stool alternating with diarrhea and pain for 4 weeks.

Possible. While less common in that age group, it is possible. You should arrange a colonoscopy through your physician to investigate your symptoms further. Read more...
Possibly. Although it is rare. According to the CDC, there is a 0.7% chance of a 30 yr old woman developing colon cancer over the next 10 yrs. A simple hemoccult test could further identify your risks, along with family history. I would still see your doctor regarding the alteration in your stools. Read more...
Yes, but unlikely. With the changes in your stool and symptoms, it would be very important to get in and be evaluated. It sounds like you need a colonoscopy and stool studies. while waiting for your appointment, you can get a a whole food diet, increase your fiber and take a good probiotic. also make sure you are hydrating well. Make sure you get in - getting your gut healthy again will make you feel much better. Read more...

I have had bright red blood in stool recently and occasionally diarrhea. Do I have colon cancer?

Low likelihood . At age 19 and if without family history cancer is unlikely but colitis is possible. You need to have it checked out. Read more...
Probably not. More common causes of blood in stool include hemorrhoids. It would be exceedingly rare for a 19 year old to have colon cancer. If the bleeding does not stop, see your physician. Read more...