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Col­orec­tal cancer symp­toms are of­ten sub­tle and eas­ily ig­nored. But if you have any of the fol­low­ing symp­toms last­ing for two or more weeks, it’s im­per­a­tive that you talk to your physi­cian about get­ting tested:

Blood in stool or rec­tal bleed­ing

Changes in your bowel habits

Stool that is nar­rower than typ­i­cal for you

Un­usual weak­ness or fa­tigue

Weight loss for no ap­par­ent rea­son

Feel­ing that your bowel isn’t emp­ty­ing com­pletely af­ter a bowel move­ment

Di­ges­tive pains (bloat­ing, gas, cramps)


Di­ar­rhea or con­sti­pa­tion

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