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About a quarter of the people who have anal cancer don’t notice any symptoms. When present, anal cancer symptoms may include:

  • Rectal bleeding, especially during bowel movements.
  • A lump or mass. (An anal cancer lump can appear at your anal opening).
  • Pain.
  • Itching (also known as pruritus).
  • Seeing a change in your bowel movements, such as frequency or consistency of your stools (poop).
  • Leaking stool (poop).
  • Feeling like you constantly need to have a bowel movement.


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