Help idk whats wrong with me.

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Hi I am a 15 year old male and i have a problem with my bowel movements over a month i have been expierinceng that my bowels are not as they were before and that they seem loose and broken up into big parts and sometimes to small parts. I also have been have reecuring blood on the toilet paper after i am done with my bowel movements, but the blood only shows up when it burns in the anus while i wipe my bowel it feels like a have a cut or something in my anus. The colour of the stool is normal and it is easy to pass and i only go once a day in the morning, the only problem is the shape and consitensy. Please help i really hope its nothing serious like cancer.

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    Hi, very very unlikely it's cancer at your age, do you eat enough fibre?, check out online about fibre, soluble and insoluble the main two, there is plenty of info about how much you need and which one is best for your problems.

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    Hi Jasvir

    If you notice blood you must get this check by your doctor normally a stool sample 

    It sounds if the blood is red it' sounds it's not serious but get it checked

    Wish you well !!

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    at your age,very unlikely ,however if you have blood ,go and see your gp,it may just be your haemorrhoids which can happen if you strain yourself whilst sitting on the toilet
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    Could be haemorrhoids or a fissure.  See your doctor to have this confirmed.   It is unlikely to be cancer at your young age.
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