Hello. I had a colonoscopy a week ago today. I felt fine the day of the procedure, now i feel feverish and ever since i had the procedure of i have had my mentrual cycle. it started the night of my procedure and i have been cramping ever since. Would this be related to what i had done? they said i had internal hemmoroids (hemorrhoids), and they sent my ilium off to be biopsied. They said it was red and inflmammed. i have my recheck in 2 weeks, should i be concerned about colon cancer or something else? my bowels are not normal. Everything I eat comes right back out again. I feel drained a lot and i'm 41 yrs old. My GREAT grandmother dies of colon cancer on my mothers side. I shouldn't worry but i guess i have concerns. thank you
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