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Pain in lower left abdomen, watery stools, browny yellow colour stools. Colon cancer?

i have abused laxatives for four years now taking 40 a day im anorexic but tryin to get better ive bin experiancing pain in my lower left abdomen under my hip and in my back my poo is more watery than usual in last to week as ive swopped fizzy drinks for water my poo is a browney yellow colour but im scared it may be blood causin that colour but as its so watery i carnt tell do you think its colon cancer im scared to death im only 26
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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diarrhoea not means colon cancer. but increased use of laxative means you have serious problem of constipation.anyway go for a stool for routine and occult blood examination first and then colonoscopy. your diagnosis will be very clear. consult your physician.
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