About 90 percent of colon and rectal cancer patients initially thought they had hemorrhoids because of symptoms such as rectal itching and rectal bleeding. Therefore, the belief that you have hemorrhoids could actually be a symptom of colon cancer. If you are experiencing any new signs of rectal bleeding, no matter what your age ( >50 years), you should consult your doctor immediately, especially if it is a new symptom. Hemorrhoids tend to flare and then go away, so bleeding patterns are more erratic and circumstantial. Constipation will exacerbate rectal bleeding, but you will find that your symptoms will gradually disappear. If you are experiencing constant bleeding, increased bleeding or a combination of pain and bleeding, it may be something more than just hemorrhoids.(stopcoloncancer)
Important risk factors for cancer include tobacco use, unhealthy diet, physical inactivity and the harmful use of alcohol. (WHO)
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