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Cancerous polyp removed, bad pain in the middle of bowels, nausea, dullness, blood in stools. What can this be?

Hi, My name is, my mom just had a cancerous polyp removed and it got me thinking about my own health a little. Im 22 years old and live a relatively healthy life (although I have a very active metabolism ). I have one concern which I ve never really dealt with which after talking to my mom I would like to get more information. Periodically (maybe once every 1 or 2 months?) I get a very bad pain in the middle or end of my bowel movement . It usually lasts no more than a few minutes but it is a very nauseating pain. If i do feel it coming then it is a matter of just waiting a couple minutes and it will slowly fade away. Its hard to pinpoint but can be felt gernerally in the rectum and gonads . It is not like any other typical pain i have experienced, it is dull but almost crippling. there is no blood in my stool and I feel that my bowel movements are relatively healthy. Have you ever heard of anything like this before? Thank you for your Help -
Asked On : Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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Your pain seems to be that of stones in the ureters (the pipes that drain urine from the kidneys). The pain that you have described is typical of ureteric stones. In order to confirm this you need to get an ultrasound abdomen and x-ray KUB (kidney ureter bladder). Get these done fasting in the morning. In the evening before take 2 Dulcolax tablets and 4 activated charcoal tablets so your bowels are empty. Your problem does not seem to be related to bowel. Treatment of the stones if they are found will depend upon a number of factors including site size.
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