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Colorectal Cancer Symptoms are described below.  Alternative Medicine offers those with colorectal cancer symptoms several herbal cures including essiac, ellagic acid, and graviola. Natural non-invasive therapies from electromedicine include Rife, Beck, and Lakhovsky devices.  Cancer is caused by symbiotic organisms that turn parasitic when the diet is too acidic. Avoid it with an alkaline diet; it really is that simple.


Colorectal cancer includes cancer of the colon, rectum, anus, and appendix. The colon can be divided into three sections, the ascending, traverse, and descending colon.  The rectum at the end of the colon is where the feces collect before they are expelled through a bowel movement. There usually are no colorectal cancer symptoms when in initial stages.

In most cases, colorectal cancer begins as a polyp and grows into a tumor if left untreated. A polyp is a small ball of tissue that sticks out on a stalk from the lining of the bowel. Sometimes polyps contain an adenoma, which is an overgrowth of cells from the bowel lining. Most large bowel cancers develop from a pre-existing adenoma.

Colorectal Cancer Symptoms
It is important to emphasize that most people with colorectal cancer have no symptoms, especially when it is just developing.  Reported symptoms include:

Pain or cramps or tenderness in the lower abdomen

Diarrhea that lasts for more than several days


Different stools that may have different size or shape

Weight loss

A lump in the abdomen

Change in bowel habits

Pain in the appendix

A feeling of fullness in the bowel that is not relieved by a bowel movement

Jaundice (a yellowish coloration of the skin)

Bowel cancers tend to bleed easily so blood in the stool is cause for concern. However, blood is usually the result of piles (hemorrhoids). Not all polyps bleed, and not all polyps bleed all the time. The loss of blood can result in anemia (a shortage of iron) which can cause tiredness and breathlessness. The blood may be invisible to the naked eye.

A physical examination rarely shows any abnormalities, and a rectal examination will reveal rectal cancer but not colon cancer.  A colonoscope can examine the entire colon for evidence of cancer.

Modern medicine does not know how to prevent cancer, but strives to detect early signs. And MDs cannot explain the cause of cancer.  Rather than watch for symptoms, you can stop worrying about cancer if you learn the cause, and how to prevent it. But if you have colorectal cancer, there are herbal and electromedicine cancer cures; see the links below.

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