Do I have colon cancer?

I’m not going crap everday like I used too. But when I do go crap it’s one normal sized and shaped piece and another ribbion like piece of crap.

Abdominal distension: Nope
Abdominal pain: Nope
Unexplained, persistent nausea or vomiting: Nope
Unexplained weight loss: Nope
Change in frequency or character of stool (bowel movements): nope
Small-caliber (narrow) or ribbon-like stools: I dont’ think so?
Sensation of incomplete evacuation after a bowel movement: Nope
RectalAnorectal fistulas
Colon cancer
Colorectal polyps
Digital rectal exam
Imperforate anus
Imperforate anus repair
Inflatable artificial sphincter
Rectal biopsy
Rectal cancer, x-ray pain: Nope
Age. About 90 percent of people diagnosed with colon cancer are older than 50: I’m 21.
A personal history of colorectalColon cancer
Colorectal polyps cancer or polyps: Not that I know of.
InflammatoryInflammatory bowel disease
Ulcerative colitis intestinalAmebic liver abscess
Barium enema
Colorectal polyps
Gastrointestinal bleeding
Gastrointestinal disorders – resources
Gastrointestinal perforation
Intestinal gas
Intestinal leiomyoma
Intestinal obstruction
Intestinal obstruction repair conditions: Nope
Inherited disordersAdjustment disorder
Anorexia nervosa
Asperger syndrome
Autoimmune disorders
Bipolar disorder
Bipolar disorder
Bleeding disorders
Borderline personality disorder
Chronic motor tic disorder that affect the colon: I might have hemmorides, thouh it usually doesn’t cause a problem for me. Basiclly it’s not active most of the time.
FamilyBirth control and family planning
Choosing a primary care provider
Ewing’s sarcoma
Family troubles – resources history of colon cancer and colon polyps: Only my grandma, nobody else even polyps. My parents who are over 50 both got colonoscapes, neither one of them had any polyps.
Diet. Colon cancer and rectal cancer may be associated with a diet low in fiber and high in fat and calories: Probably
A sedentary lifestyle: Yeah, but do try to get at least a little bit of exercise each day.
Diabetes: Nope
Obesity: I’m only 145 pounds
Smoking. I don’t smoke
Alcohol: I don’t drink
Growth hormone disorder: I don’t think so.
Radiation therapy for cancer: I’ve never had cancer or anyone in my family except for my granda who was a smoker.


  • Daniel

    The main question to you is how is your butt related to mental health? I suppose you’re worried too much about colon cancer so you don’t know.

    However, if you’re under 40, I think, you shouldn’t worry too much about colon cancer. However, if you’re over 40 and your family has a history of colon cancer, you might want to get a yearly exam to check.

    Just note that a colon is not at the end of your rectum (ie butt). It’s way, way up there, and they look at it by camera which is quite a painful ordeal.

    My recommendation is to see a doctor and perhaps see if you can get your stool sampled which might hint at colon problems.

    However, be sure to eat plenty of fiber daily and make sure you have plenty of veggies and fruits to eat throughout the day.

    Edit: Don’t fall for those "colon cleansers" that you see at health stores. While using them once in a while is a "good idea" it could cause worst problems for you. For example, excessive usage of laxatives can cause your colon to become damaged.

    So don’t fall for tricks. Just go with eating enough fiber and stuff, and don’t stress out about colon cancer.

  • Jessika

    im still trying to figure out how this ended up in the mental health catergory?

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