Rectal Bleeding and Colo-Rectal Cancer

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Cololorectal cancer- cancer that starts in the large intestine (colon) or the rectum (end of the colon) is a major public health problem; Mortality is highest in those diagnosed with later stage disease, earlier diagnosis is very important to improve survival.

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Colorectal Cancer Prevention and Education

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Colorectal cancer is cancer of the rectum or colon, and it is common in men as well as women. Fortunately, this type of cancer is for the most part preventable with regular screening. Various types of screening procedures are done for detecting precancerous growth in the intestines known as polyps. Removal of these polyps is the best way of preventing colorectal cancer development.

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Rectal Bleeding: Symptoms Often Ignored Can Cause Serious Health Problems

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Thousands of people worldwide suffer from a phenomenon called “rectal bleeding,” which may vary from a small amount of bleeding due to constipation or irritation in the rectum to a heavy bleeding due to a hidden tumor.

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Everyone Has Hemorrhoids

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Hemorrhoids is a fairly common health condition, which happens when the veins around the anus or rectum are swollen, colored, and painful or sometimes bleeding.

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Anal Rectal Abscess: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

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Anal abscess forms in the anus or rectum when a cavity in the anal area gets filled with pus. This condition can cause severe pain, fatigue, fluid discharge, chill, and fever. In certain cases, the anal abscess can turn into a highly painful anal fistula. Fistulas generally happen when the abscess tears open on the skin surface. If an anal abscess does not heal by itself, then immediate surgical drainage of the abscess will be required.

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What is Colonoscopy and Why should you get Screened?

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In Colonoscopy test, a doctor passes a thin tube (endoscope / colonoscope) to examine the inner lining of large intestine, which consists of the colon and the rectum.

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Diet and Colorectal Cancer

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The role of right diet and nutrition cannot be ignored in day to day life and when a person is suffering from colorectal cancer than its role become more important. While you are undergoing treatment for colorectal cancer treatment you need to gain more nutrients through the food rather than supplements you consume.

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Can Piles be Treated without a Surgery?

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Piles are blood vessels located at the end of the rectum, just inside the anus. While all of us have them, the medical condition referred to as piles, also known as haemorrhoids, occurs when they become swollen.

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What is Constipation surgery ?

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What is constipation?

Constipation is a condition in which the patient experiences difficulty in emptying the bowels, usually due to hardened faeces.

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What is a colon cancer and why is regular screening necessary?

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Colon cancer is said to be the third most common cancer in the world, and is named as the second leading cause of death due to cancer. This form of cancer, also referred to as colorectal cancer, has no visible symptoms in the early stages of its growth, making regular screening for pre-cancerous growths in the colon vital for the cancer’s early detection.

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What are the Symptoms of Colorectal Cancer?

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Colorectal cancer, also known as Bowel cancer can be defined as any cancerous growth, affecting the colon (large bowel) and rectum (back passage). Most of these cancers begin as innocent growths, polyps on the wall of bowel, which can later develop into life-threatening malignancies.

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50% of Patients With an Anal Abscess Develop a Fistula

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Can an anal abscess develop in to a fistula?

Are you a person who was suffering from an anal abscess recently and now scared as to whether it can lead to some other complications?

Yes, untreated anal abscess which is not treated in a timely manner may often result in anal fistula.

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