For about 2 years I have had a gelatinous discharge from my rectum. Along with pressure and pain. I sometimes can not urinate unless I put pressure on my rectum or partially stand. I also have blood when I wipe. I will have gas, but it's not like normal gas. Sometimes with the gas the jelly substance comes out or small amounts of fecal matter will just slide out of me. I have been researching and I am so fearful it is anal cancer. The pain is so bad I can not sleep some nights and I have back pain on my lower left side during the night.
Any help would be geatly appreciated. I've pretty much resigned myself that whatever it is is serious and I won't live to a ripe old age. Which is sad in a country like ours that I can't get medical help because I have no money.
I am not afraid to go to a doctor. The only reason I haven't is because I don't have any medical insurance.
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