Colorectal cancer in its early stages usually doesn't
cause any symptoms. Symptoms occur later, when the cancer may be harder
to treat. The most common symptoms include:
- Pain in the belly.
- Blood in your
stool or very dark stools.
- A change in your bowel habits. (You may have
more frequent stools or a feeling that your bowels aren't emptying
- In rare cases, unexplained weight
E. Gregory Thompson, MD - Internal Medicine
Kenneth Bark, MD - Surgery, Colon and Rectal
January 29, 2013
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