Thank you for the query.
Please note that first of all you should have colon cancer
ruled out. It is because the risk of this cancer significantly rises over the age of 50. That is why every person over the age of 50 should have colonoscopy every 10 years even if there is no symptoms. Colonoscopy should be also done if any symptoms appear no matter when was the last colonoscopy.
, stomach ache, bloating, lack of energy (due to low hemoglobin
for example) are very characteristic symptoms for large intestine issues including cancer.
That is why I`m kindly asking you to visit your doctor and have colonoscopy done. Other tests (like blood work, abdominal ultrasound and stool test
) should be also done, however colonoscopy is most important right now.
Hope this will help. Feel free to ask further questions.