Piles Cancer (Low Colonic and Rectal Cancers)

Almost 95 % of patients of low colonic and rectal cancers thought they had piles. As we know, cancer begins when cells in a part of the body start to grow out of control. Piles cancer is cancer that starts in either the last part of colon or the rectum and has symptoms, which the patients commonly confuse for piles. It is due to the abnormal growth of cells that have the ability to invade or spread to other parts of the body. Symptoms to look out for comprise bloating, constipation, loss of appetite among others.

The death rate from such cancers has been going down for more than 20 years owing to easy colon and rectal cancer screening wherein abnormalities can be found and removed before they turn into cancer. And colorectal cancer discovered early is easier to cure. Treatments both medical and surgical have greatly advanced due to rapid technological improvements.

Risk Factors

  • The Risk of Colon/Rectal Cancer Gets Higher as we Age.
  • Family history of colorectal cancer
  • Lack of exercise
  • Being Obese/ Over Weight
  • Smoking
  • Heavy alcohol use
  • A Diet rich in Red Meat or Processed Meats also have chances of increasing Cancers.

Signs and Symptoms

  • Constipation
  • Bright Red/Dark Blood in the Stool
  • Motion Timing and Frequency Altered
  • Bloating and Discomfort of abdomen
  • Excess Flatulence/ gas
  • Changed/ Narrowed shape of the stool
  • Loss of weight
  • Loss of appetite
  • Listlessness, tiredness, easy fatigue-ability

How it can be prevented


Screening is done either by real-time or virtual colonoscopy/ sigmoidoscopy/ rectoscopy/ clinical examination/ blood and other tests along with broad range of imaging modalities to help detect cancer in the early stages in people who don’t show any symptoms. Regular screening is one of the best ways to help prevent colorectal cancer. Some growths in the body can be found and removed before they have the chance to turn into cancer. Screening can also help find colorectal cancer early, when it is small and more likely to be cured.

Change in Diet along with adequate exercise:

Diets Rich in Vegetables and Fruits, as per research have been known to reduce the chances of colorectal cancer. In recent years, some large studies have suggested that fiber intake, especially from whole grains, may lower colorectal cancer risk.
Moderate physical activity on a regular basis lowers the risk, but vigorous activity may have an even greater benefit.

Treatment Available

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