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Stomach pain, worst diet, gastritis, blood in stool. Cancer?

sir frm 2years am having pain in stomach which is nt going even for few seconds..before that i usd to have worst diet like skipping meals ..etc ,one tym i consulted doctor ,he said that its gastritis ..sometimes i l get blood in motion nd after that my ass will pain..so by this 10th my exams will be over and will consult doctor..is it cancer ? chances are there for me to get cancer ?? my age is 17 .,.orels it may b ulcer ??
Asked On : Mon, 21 May 2012
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Pathologist and Microbiologist 's  Response
Hi there, as you give a history of erratic diet and skipping meals you may be suffering from gastritis as pointed by your doctor and the constant pain that you experience may be due to gastric ulcers. You have not written whether you are constipated, if so then the blood in stool could be due to tear in the rectal wall called fissure caused due to hard fecal matter and that explains the pain as well. In all likely hood this may not be cancer but a case of anal fissures. You need to regulate your diet and eat lots of fruits and vegetables along with plenty of water and excersise. It would do you good to to visit a surgeon who can advise you with some stool softners and lubricants. Do take care of your health and do not neglect your nutrition as your mind works better with proper nutrients.
Answered: Wed, 30 May 2012
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Pathologist and Microbiologist Dr. Anju Choudhary's  Response
Hi there, as you give a history of erratic diet and skipping meals you may be suffering from gastritis as pointed by your doctor and the constant pain that you experience may be due to gastric ulcers. You have not written whether you are constipated, if so then the blood in stool could be due to tear in the rectal wall called fissure caused due to hard fecal matter and that explains the pain as well. In all likely hood this may not be cancer but a case of anal fissures. You need to regulate your diet and eat lots of fruits and vegetables along with plenty of water and excersise. It would do you good to to visit a surgeon who can advise you with some stool softners and lubricants. Do take care of your health and do not neglect your nutrition as your mind works better with proper nutrients.
Answered: Wed, 30 May 2012
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