– Abdominal pain.
– Abdominal swelling, distension or bloating.
– Absent bowel sounds.
– Bloody stool (blood may be red, black, or tarry in texture)
– Inability to defecate or pass gas
Altered bowel habits is a change in the frequency and/or consistency of your bowel movements. Changes in diet, medication or minor flu bugs can bring on bowel changes. Temporary constipation or diarrhoea is usually nothing to worry about
You don't need to poop every day to be regular. It's normal and healthy to have a bowel movement anywhere between three times a week to three times a day. If you're producing soft, well-formed logs that aren't hard to push out, your bowels are probably in good shape
Signs and symptoms of colon cancer include: A persistent change in your bowel habits, including diarrhea or constipation or a change in the consistency of your stool. Rectal bleeding or blood in your stool
- Abdominal pain. - Abdominal swelling, distension or bloating. - Absent bowel sounds. - Bloody stool (blood may be red, black, or tarry in texture) - Constipation. - Diarrhea. - Gas. - Inability to defecate or pass gas