anal cancer

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can any one tell me about image. i am worrying about the HPV. I have a hpv genital warts and recently i have face bllod in stool i went to see doctor he done to me colonscope. i am super worrying about this because i read about anal cancer its really scare me please advise. [cry] ​.

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    You have a normal colonscope and that is MOST reassuring. The connection between genital warts and anal cancer is a very tenious one. If you like I may be able to help you clear those warts because they need to be cleared.
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      Dear andrew thank you for the reply. also i am now 26 years 9 months i went to take a vaccine call gardacil. the doctor said we will recommanded for 26 bellow. but i told her to give me Gardacil it is protected to me????
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    Hi, could the blood in stool be caused by something else. I have regularly had blood there. My was caused by very bad piles inside and a very aggravated bowel and also anal fissure. As soon as I had a slightly hard stool the tear would rip again and I would see blood. Get the hospital to treat u for hpv virus, it's so common and you have had an examination to put your mind at rest. Try not to worry xxxxx
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      thank you dear for reply  i was thinking about it because when i face blood in stools i had bring some mecine from my family doctor (from India)

      i use it like one week then its gone but after one month blood come two or there drop thats y i need to ask you people 

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    I too had a conversation with my gp only last week about blood loss when pooping. She said the are loads of blood vessels in the anal canal and a change in diet or flying for example can agitate them, put pressure on them xxxxx keep a diary each time you poop, whether you have blood. It will help x
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    Internal haemorrhoids are a commom source of blood AFTER a BM. This blood is usually bright red in colour. Darker or tarry blood comes from further up the bowel and can be more worrying.

    However here is the point. All blood, on the motion or mixed in with it, bright red or dark, it doed not matter, all blood passed per rectum must have a proper definative diagnosis. This can never be left to chance because a simple pollyp, the precurssor of all colio-rectal cancer can bleed and at this stage this cancer is 100% curable. A few months or years down the road that may no longer be the case. A doctor should never presume anything when it comes to rectal bleeding and colonoscopy is usually indicated.

     

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    so i need to go with more test like anasope ??
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    i need to test like anoscopy ??

     

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