Pancreatic cysts can be described as fluid-filled sacs on or inside the pancreas. Pancreatic cysts usually are not cancerous, but sometimes, they are cancerous or can become so. Since they often do not cause symptoms, pancreatic cysts are usually discovered when a doctor is conducting imaging tests of the abdomen for another health-related reason.
- “I suddenly began to experience pain during bowel movements, and I noticed I was bleeding afterward.”
- “After wiping, I saw fresh, bright red blood on the toilet paper, and I was in pain for several hours.”
- “I felt a small bump near my anus, as well as a small crack in the skin around that area.”