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Bloating, bowel troubles, pulsating pain in rectum, severe appetite loss. What could be the reason?

I suffer from bloating ,trouble with bowels, sometimes diahrrea, constipation and sometimes I gets bouts where I won t be hungry for a week until I take a laxitive and go all day. I have a pulsating pain in my rectum which I am being told it is due to ibs and a hemmroid which I have never been diagnosed with. It hurts all the time should I be concerned?
Asked On : Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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The symptoms you have mentioned are typical for IBS and colorectal cancer as well.
That is why I strongly recommend you to have performed colonoscopy.
The pain in your rectum might be caused by hemorrhoids but this doesnt rule out other large intestine diseases.
And if its about IBS there is no way to diagnose it without ruling out all others gastrointestinal diseases.
Take care
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