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Forum Name: Colon and Rectal Cancers
|merik - Sun Dec 28, 2008 1:49 pm||
This has been going on all month so I assume that means it's just not going away until I go to the doctor soon. But I have no idea what is wrong with me! Lately when I have to pee or poop I have to go RIGHT then or else it's very uncomfortable. When I hold the poop in, say I'm in the car or something and am not home yet I will get either a cramp like feeling of abdominal pain or if I have to go realllly bad I will get a sharp pain so bad it could make someone cry! And along with this came bladder urgency. Once again I have to go when I have to go even when there is hardly any pee sometimes its a lot sometimes little. I can sleep for my normal amount of hours but as soon as I wake up I got to go right then! It's like I have no control of my bottom half anymore. It controls me now.
|Dr. Tamer Fouad - Tue Jan 06, 2009 12:56 pm||
The bladder urgency could be a UTI especially if you have a past history of UTI. On the other hand your stool symptoms are concerning. I would urge you to pay a visit to your doctor It would be important to exclude inflammatory bowel disease among other causes.
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