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moving pain in the right abdomen can be due to gas or hard stool moving through your colon.
depending on your diet and what you eat, you can have sometimes hard stool or soft stool.
dark brown stool is not a worry. only tar black stool is worrisome for upper GI bleeding.
narrowed stool most often comes from soft stool or loose stools which can come from your diet or eating out or eating too much fiber or salads. it is not really a sign of colon cancer.
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right abdominal pain can be from ovarian cysts in the lower pelvis or small kidney stones or constipation or diverticulosis
right hip joint pain can be from joint inflammation or arthritis
it sounds like you are worried about having a right sided colon cancer.
colon cancer would tend to bleed and cause blood detected in your stools with occult stool blood testing.
and a CT scan would have seen a right sided colon cancer most likely
and at your age, colon cancer is super super super super super super rare.
more likely you could have IBS or irritable bowel syndrome or occasional constipation.
how is your diet? are you able to eat home cooked meals and more fruits and vegetables in your diet?
taking a probiotic daily could help add in more good bacteria into your bowels which could help
drinking more water and less to no sodas can help your bowels work better
regular exercise can help more blood flow to your bowels which can help your bowels work better as well
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