Hello, doctor, I have been suffering from stomach distension and abdominal distension for more than half a year. I feel full after eating a little. The stool I pulled in the morning is still hairy. I checked on the Internet and said that if I have bowel cancer, I will have bloody stool, more times, abdominal pain and lose weight, but I have no such symptoms. I have gained a lot of weight recently and have a good appetite. Is it possible for me to have this bowel cancer?
Under normal circumstances, if you feel full after having stomach distension and abdominal distension for more than half a year, you should consider whether it is caused by gastritis. Gastritis or esophageal reflux gastritis will have such a situation. If there is bowel cancer, there will be blood in stool and abnormal stool, so the possibility of bowel cancer is not very high, But the best thing you're worried about is a gastroenteroscopy.
The clinical pathological manifestations of abdominal pain and abnormal defecation symptoms in the body should be the state reaction of intestinal inflammation, infection and dyspepsia. It is best to make a clear diagnosis through relevant combined examinations such as gastrointestinal endoscopy, and then adjust and treat the cause of the disease.
Stomach distension, bloody stool and abdominal pain are not necessarily caused by bowel cancer. It may also be caused by benign tumors, cysts, parasitic diseases, infectious factors, or manifestations of gastrointestinal neurosis. In order to understand the condition, stool examination, enteroscopy and other relevant examinations are needed, so that the condition can be easily diagnosed, not just by symptoms.