BEWARE TO ALL: 6 Early Signs of Anal Cancer Everyone Should Know !This Will Save Your Life - Daily Buzz PH


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Sunday, March 5, 2017

BEWARE TO ALL: 6 Early Signs of Anal Cancer Everyone Should Know !This Will Save Your Life

Anal cancer is a type of cancer that begins at the opening of the anus. Anal cancer is often overlooked due to the nature of the location of the affected area. Most people who have experienced the symptoms of anal cancer does not want to discuss it with their doctor or the people they know due to embarrassment.
Early detection of cancer is important. Sadly, the symptoms of anal cancer are not present in the early stages of cancer development. However, as the cancer progresses, it can produce a lot of symptoms.
Here are the most common symptoms of anal cancer:
  • Atypical bowel movements
  • Atypical anus discharge
  • Hard area or lump around the anus
  • Anal bleeding
  • Soreness or pain in the anus
  • Itching and irritation in the anus
Many factors can cause anal cancer or increase the risk of its development, including weak immune systemsmoking, and frequent anus irritation.
Other factors that increase the chances of cancer:
  • Age: People over the age of 60, men under the age of 35, and women over the age of 50.
  • Sexual habits: Both men and women who have engaged in anal intercourse and changed many sexual partners.
  • HPV: Human papillomavirus increases the risk of many cancer, including anal cancer.
  • Immunosuppressive Drugs: People who take medication to suppress immunity, such as those who had organ transplantation surgery.
  • Digital Rectum Exam
During the examination, the doctor puts on a lubricated glove and uses their finger to search the anal cavity and look for any lumps and abnormalities.
  • Anoscopy
Anascopy is a small instrument that looks like a tube that provides a more detailed view of the anus cavity. The doctor inserts this tube in the anus and searches for any anal infections, hemorrhoids, fissures, polyps, or tumors. This method are usually only performed if the doctor notices something abnormal during the first digital rectum exam.
  • X-rays, Ultrasound, Biopsies, CT Scans and Pet Scans
These procedures are commonly used for early detection of anal cancer. Still, all of these methods are quite controversial since they are actually considered to cause or spread cancer.


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