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Blood and mucus in stool. Scared of cancer. Suffer from anxiety. Please help

hy. im sory for my bad english,im from europe.
Today I notice blood in my feces. It was not lot of blood, but i clearly see it. It was light red. And i notice some mucus too. Then i was at toilet again,but it was all ok. Now im scared of cancer,because i was at blood tesing before two months and im anemic. My stomach hurt now too,but i think it's because im scared.
Im so scared.
Im 19 years old,my stomach hurt sometimes,but i have anxiety disorder. I have acid problems with my stomach too, because of anxiety. What can it be? Can i have a cancer? please help.
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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From your symptoms I will say forget about cancer !
There are so many causes which can give this problem.
It is possible that you might be having dysentery infection.
Might be having piles etc.
Go for stool test,
Go for examination for having piles
And if require go for ultra sound.
After reports go for treatment accordingly.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Mon, 1 Jul 2013
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