Rectangle poo

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Is it normal to have poo that is like a rectangle so flat every other day or maybe a little longer 

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    I don’t think I have piles but it is a possibility I am only 16 smile not too experienced in this stuff would you be concerned about it I have no sinister symptoms its only happed twice.( the rectangle poo)
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      Hi Skuri , the big one is a hemorrhoid, at sixteen i don't think you would go to doctor to let them have a looklol ,  they will just tell you eat more fibre anyway , good luck i don't think its anything serious, but best get it checked . 

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      I don’t think I want to go to my doctor yet but what should I look out for that would mean I should go to the doctor 
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      Also I have only had 2 flat stools not reallly flat just like a rectangle shape but they are a little flat if it was anything sinister would there of been blood in my poo by now because blood in poo comes before flat poo or is it random would you wait till there is blood in or on my poo
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      Also I just went for a poo and it was all normal ish little bit sloppy sorry for the detail apart from one which looked normal really but the last quarter was a bit flat would I of had blood in my poo by now if it was cancer? I am concerned and might go to the doctors next week would there of been blood in my poo by now?
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      Also if it was cancer would all of my poos be flat or just the odd one like sorry but for the detail if I did 3 stools in one poop would they all be flat or just 1 or 2 or something like that would they all be flat apart from this I have no sinister symptoms would you wait for blood to apear in my poo 
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