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... nd their children were checked. Only his daughter was positive cells....her colon was removed at age 15. Their families down the line will have to be screened as well because of early cancer activity and metastasis type. ... (9 replies)
... As far as which type of colon cancer I am unsure. ... (9 replies)
... I am on such a diet myself as a result of so many in my family having had various forms of cancer. ... (9 replies)

... Thanks for your reply, my mother and father as well as my doctor have advised due to it being a slow cancer I wait until I am 20-25 to be checked for anything (unless symptoms worsen) I only have the stool changes but I'm not the best at eating healthy. I should practice that ;) (9 replies)
... Colon cancer is the slowest growing of all cancers. As long as you are going for a colonoscopy in the near future, whatever they find, will be taken out of you. Colonoscopies SAVE lives... ... (2 replies)
... I am not so panicked as I am just wanting to be prepared for bad news if I receive any. I handle things much better that way, no matter what it is, as long as I'm not blindsided. Should I be concerned? ... (2 replies)
... Hi! There are many things that can cause bleeding. Usually it needs to be looked at by a doctor to be sure. (5 replies)
... months ago I tried another diet supplement and got the same results. I discussed this with the manufactures of the supplements as well as other guys that had taken it and they said there is nothing in the product that should make me backed up. ... (5 replies)
... Does anyone know of a product that can help with the seepage as a result of radiation? ... (0 replies)
... and theyre going to biopsy it but the GE doesnt think its dangerous and as it was on the left of my colon he didnt think that it was causing the pain, because my abdominal pain is on the lower right and all the way round my back. ... (4 replies)
... well not as reassuring as I'd have liked but thanks for the honesty jaynee! ... (4 replies)
... But I am scared as hell. Should I be? ... (4 replies)
... scope, as indicated, they could not complete it due to discomfort, although I never knew I was uncomfortable.. I for all purposes was out cold. ... (14 replies)
... As for my results . . . .I was able to choke down the Fleet prep. Although just as foul tasting, it was no where near the volume the unpleasantness did not last as long. ... (14 replies)
... the prep tonight. I found the Fleet stuff MUCH easier, as there is not as much to drink. ... (14 replies)
... ned the doc's office when the prescribed the GoLytely stuff, "It its anything like the Colaces stuff, I'm not going to keep it down", They assured me it was not as bad. Damn liars! It is just as foul tasting. ... (14 replies)
... Anything is possible when it comes to unknowns. However, most polyps take 5 to 7 years to form and about that much in time to turn to cancer. There are genetic conditions that undo these time frames. Such abnormalities cause 1000's of polyps to form and in short amounts of time. But, I would say that would not be your diagnosis if your last colonoscopy was clean. These... (14 replies)
... a bad experience with a doctor with no bedside manner and CT scan, I decided to wait and see if the bleeding would go away. Before they had seen I had a fissure as well as a small lump in my rectum. Well the pain has gotten so bad now I went back to another doctor this time. ... (14 replies)
... As the bowel movements were so difficult to pass it's possible that you have torn inside and have a fissure.These can take a lot longer than 2 weeks to clear up. It's wise to have it all checked out though and it's good that you are having a colonoscopy - that way you will find out for sure what the problem is. I know how worrying it is just waiting for tests and results.... (14 replies)
... If so, I would stop until after your problem has been cleared up. Painkillers tend to add to constipation. I would not jump to any problem such as cancer, yet. It could be after effects of the constipation plus the hemorrhoids. Talk to your GP and get a referral if needed to a gastroenterologist. ... (14 replies)

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