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Bleeding during bowel movement, yellow mucus. History of ovarian cancer. Suggestions?

I have had problems with when I poo, around this time last year I had bleeding when I went to the toilet, I went doctors and they gaveme medicine... but lately I have been having difficulty being able to poo and I am having blood gain but mainly small amounts but the past week or so have also had those yellow mucus present, should I be worried? I also had ovarian cancer a little over four years ago, any suggestions as I am fairly embarrassed to go see a doctor.... thanks
Asked On : Mon, 22 Oct 2012
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Your rectal bleeding could be a cause for concern. You should visit your doctor and get a rectal examination. We need to find out if the bleeding is due to fissure or hemorrhoids and we need to rule out the possibility of bowel cancer.
Dr Samir Patil
Answered: Sat, 1 Nov 2014
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