Bowel cancer symptoms: A 'jellylike substance' in your stools could be a warning sign

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    The NHS says abdominal pain, discomfort or bloating always brought only eating – sometimes resulting in a reduction in the amount of food eaten and weight loss – can be a sign.

    You should see a GP if you have any of the symptoms of bowel cancer for three weeks or more.

    In some cases, bowel cancer can stop digestive waste passing through the bowel.

    This is known as a bowel obstruction.



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