Bowel cancer symptoms

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Bowel  cancer symptoms may present in different ways. These may include the following:

Apart from colorectal cancer, these symptoms can be a sign of other conditions as well. Bowel cancer usually develops in people over the age of 50. However, if you have these symptoms, it is important that you have them checked by your doctor regardless your age. Your symptoms may be a result of irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, haemorrhoids or other bowel conditions. If this is not the case, your doctor will refer you to a specialist for further examination if needed.

Further general information Your doctors and specialist nurses are in an ideal position to give you relevant information on your disease and treatment as they know your individual circumstances. Cancerbackup has a help line (0808 800 1234) and a prize winning video available in English, Italian, Urdu, Bengali, Gujarati & Hindi explaining Radiotherapy & Chemotherapy. Cancernet.co.uk has over 500 pages describing cancer, its management, practical tips and tool which patients, their carers and their doctors have found helpful during the cancer journey.


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