Colon cancer symptoms aren't always obvious, but you can learn what these symptoms look and feel like. Colon cancer have a lot of symptoms. In the early stages, people with colon cancer often have no symptoms at all. This is why regular screening beginning at 50 years old is very impotant. The symptoms could change in bowel movements, constipation, stools are thinn
  • Frequent constipation or diarrhea, poor elimination and irregular bowel movements
  • Frequent congestion, sinus problems, viruses and colds
  • Frequent Intestinal disorders and flatulence or gas
  • Frequent headaches
  • General aches and pains that migrate from one place to another
  • Lower back pain
  • Lowered immune system or lowered resistance to infections
  • Needing to sleep for long periods of timecolon_cancer.jpg
  • Low tolerance to fatty foods
  • Pain in your liver and/or gall bladder
  • Frequent fatigue and low energy
  • Excess weight
  • Frequent yeast or candida infections
  • Skin problems, rashes, acne, exzema and boils
  • Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS), sore breasts and vaginal infections