back passage


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back passage

the rectum
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a lump in the back passage or tummy (abdomen), more commonly on the right side
A feeling of needing to strain in your back passage - like you need to poo, even after opening your bowels.
BOWEL CANCER SYMPTOMS Most people who are eventually diagnosed with bowel cancer have one of the following symptom combinations (source: NHS UK) A persistent change in bowel habit causing them to go to the toilet more often and pass looser stools, usually together with blood on or in their stools A persistent change in bowel habit without blood in their stools, but with abdominal pain Blood in the stools without other haemorrhoid symptoms such as soreness, discomfort, pain, itching or a lump hanging down outside the back passage Abdominal pain, discomfort or bloating always provoked by eating, sometimes resulting in a reduction in the amount of food eaten and weight loss
You should go to your GP without delay if you experience any of the following: A sudden, persistent change in the pat-|tern of how your bowels work Bleeding from the back passage | Increasing heartburn, indigestion or |other stomach pain Losing weight unexpectedly | Diculty swallowing |
I wish to complain that my father twisted his ankle very badly when he put his foot in the hole in his back passage.
The title, like that of Lear's other books (The Back Passage, The Secret Tunnel, A Sticky End, etc.
Inflammation can affect any part of the digestive system, from the mouth to the back passage, but most commonly occurs in the last section of the small intestine or the colon.
Andrew Maw, consultant colorectal surgeon at Glan Clwyd Hospital, said: "The problem is that the symptoms of colorectal cancer such as bleeding form the back passage are common to a variety of colorectal conditions.
I started experiencing blood from my back passage every time I went to the toilet.
I've a sneaking feeling that front-line jobs will be the next to go to India - hence the likelihood of an adenoidallychallenged Brummie voice trying to explain that "Our bab 'as a leak in 'is back passage from 'is toylit and it's all gittin' froze up" etc.
Officers were adamant the Fazakerley man had hidden the illegal haul in his back passage, but Mason denied it.