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Listed below are all of the signs and symptoms that you need to know about that could possibly lead to a colorectal disorder. If you have experienced any of these signs or symptoms, please do not hesitate to call us to set up an appointment.
Leakage of stool from the anus is fecal incontinence.
Anal or rectal pain may be caused by an anal fissure, diarrhea, constipation, or anal itching and scratching.
Blood in the stool means there is bleeding somewhere in your digestive tract.
Anal and rectal itching (pruritus) is usually not a sign of a serious disease. The skin may appear red, but itching and scratching may make the skin turn white.
Many times the exact cause of abdominal pain can be hard to pinpoint. The severity of your pain, its location, and other symptoms you have may help determine what is causing the pain.