Patients will be sedated to ease any discomfort, and then a wire is looped around the polyp to remove it.
In order to minimise your risk of bowel cancer, any rectal bleeding needs to be discussed with your GP.
Furthermore, Guts UK recommends “a healthy diet” full of “fruit and vegetables” as they’re good for bowel movements.
Symptoms of bowel cancer
Aside from rectal bleeding – whereby medical professionals need to be alerted – there are other signs of bowel cancer to be aware of.
Source: Daily Express