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Bloody stools, rectal bleeding, constipation, diarrhea. Anal cancer?

Yes, lately I have been experiencing some really odd and embarrassing symptoms. The symptoms are as follows: - Blood on TP after a bowel movement. - Rectal bleeding without a BM. - On one occasion I passed a couple of blood clots from my rectum . - what I believe to be a hemorrhoid . - unusually shaped stools (curved, ribbon shaped and long in length). - mucus discharge coming from rectum - constipation many times and diarrhia as well. - Also, at age 17 I was told that I had CIN 3 from HPV-16. I had it removed and my pap smears have been normal every since, and I am now 26, almost 27 * because of these symptoms I am scared that I have cancer of some kind. And because anal cancer is mostly occurring in those with high risk HPV and I also know that I am 20 times more likely to get anal cancer than the average person because of the fact that I ve had cervical dysplasia What could cause all of these symptoms?
Asked On : Tue, 24 Apr 2012
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Welcome to health care magic forum,
there are so many reasons for per rectal bleeding like piles, fissure, anal or rectal ulcers, cancer, etc,.
these is one possibility is cancer. why to think for extreme cause.?
so first consult any general surgeon. he will guide you what to do further.
have a good health
Answered: Tue, 24 Apr 2012
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