Blood in my stool. Is it's colon cancer? I
I have breast cancer before.
A lot of blood may indicate a tumors, as tumors tend to bleed. It could also be hemorrhoids in the lower rectum or anus, that bleed do to constipation and or frequent squeezing to evacuate the bowels. It could be red beets, if you are eating them, If it persists then you may to have it checked out by a doctor. In the meantime eat more cooked vegetables (more soothing than raw, salads) and avoid bran, alcohol and caffeine (drying,bad for constipation, if that is the case).
Whatever the cause, this is not the sort of thing that you want to ask about online. Go to a doctor and get a proper medical examination!
relache is right you must not ask these questions online for the simple reason, there are many factors related to any physical disorder and obviously people online don't know them , so better get examined by a doctor.
Still i would like to say it might be constipation if its happening after a regular interval. I would suggest drink lots of water and try fasting by consuming only liquid food like soups, juices etc. These above tips are not at all harmful , even if you are not suffering from constipation these will detoxify your body and might solve the problem
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