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colon cancer

in the morning when i wake up i go to the toilet. But from 3 months i am feeling pain in my stomach after toilet.after one or two hours i dont feel any pain in my stomach.
what is the reason.
thanks in advance
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This pain in abdomen after bowel movement could be because of constipation. I would suggest to you to drink at least 8-10 glasses of water in a day and eat a fiber rich diet. You can also try taking a OTC mild laxative.
If symptoms do not improve in few days please schedule an appointment with a physician and undergo a complete clinical evaluation.
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thanks for ur help
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How are you? Are there other symptoms present? Can you describe the pain you feel? Abdominal pain is rare in colon cancer. Cancer of the colon and rectum can exhibit itself in several ways such as: bleeding from your rectum or blood mixed with your stool; fatigue and pale skin; abdominal distension; abdominal pain; persistent nausea or vomiting; unexplained weight loss; change in frequency or character of stool; sensation of incomplete evacuation after a bowel movement or rectal pain. The duration of symptoms usually takes 14 weeks.

If this abdominal pain persists, it would be good to see your doctor for further evaluation. Take care and keep us posted.
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