Every cancer is painful and hard to detect. However, when speaking about the an*l can*l, spotting that something’s wrong may be somehow easier than noticing that something inside your abdomen is wrong.
The riskiest thing that could get you closer to getting an*l cancer is risk sexual intercourse. That’s why you should always wear a condom before your partner earns your 100% trust.
Here are some signs that might suggest you’re in an early stage of an*l cancer.Odd pain in the an*s – if you fell discomfort while sitting and some spiking needles pain, then it might be an early indication of an*l cancer.
Itchiness near the an*sItchiness in and around the an*s hole is not something very unusual and alarming. However, if you have this too, along with some of these other symptoms, than it’s time to see your doctor.
an*l dischargeThe main task of the an*s is to release “le poop”. However, there are many types of discharge and examining it, could say if you have an*s cancer. If the discharge is like mucus, wrapped around your stool, and if this is continuous and not just a one- day thing, then it might be an early sign of an*s cancer.
BleedingIf you’re bleeding from the an*s, check if it’s a hemorrhoid first.
Your bowel movements are weirdThere are so much reasons for weird bowel movement, such as food poisoning, intolerance towards certain types of food, getting a cold… if it comes with some of these other symptoms, check it out with your doctor.
Noticing a lump on the outer side of your an*sA lump is never something to be ignored, whether it is on the an*s or on some other part of your body. Schedule an appointment with your doctor and ask about a good oncologist in your area.
Don’t diagnose yourself or feel scared after reading this article. The point is to take good care for you and your overall health and be more informed. However, a doctor is specialized to diagnose cancer, not you or us.Sources: https://www.cancercenter.com/ https://www.cancer.org/ https://www.mayoclinic.org/