Here's what's ben going on..................I had diarrehea with cramping....once or twice a day for about 5 weeks then everything was pretty normal...i did have a lot of bloating and gas...then it happened...I had a bowel movement (no pain) but when I looked in the toilet it scared the Heck out of me. Lots and I mean lots of blood . In the stool and in the toliet. That was a week ago....and I have not hade any more bloody stools sense. My stools have also been very thin latley (not all the time). I have also been SO tired. Really....I could stay home and in bed all day....I have know desire to get up and around.
I'v read everything I could find....but it seems to always come back looking like the symptoms are closley related to colon cancer. Could all of this be signs of something other then colon cancer?
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