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How do I manage my stage 1 rectal cancer on a daily basis?

At stage 1, rectal cancer symptoms may not be very noticeable yet. You may notice problems with your bowel movements, in which case you should notify your doctor immediately. Your doctor will remove stage 1 rectal cancer during a colonoscopy. You may feel slight discomfort and bloating after a colonoscopy, but this should subside within a day.

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