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... I am a 50 year old female, without knowledge of family history since I was adopted as a baby. ... (3 replies)
... I'm here...couldn't see any more posts for some reason until today. Been wondering how you were, Jas, and so glad you have scheduled that colonoscopy! ... (68 replies)
... I would see a GI Dr to rule out Crohn's, especially if you have diarrhea. It causes pain on R side and can cause what feels like a mass from inflammation. It can be diagnosed by blood tests and CT scan. ... (2 replies)

... and ask all kinds of questions, I'm sure the doc has done those kind of surgeries also and knows different things. My dad had rectal cancer in Feb 06 and surgery. ... (2 replies)
... Well I never thought my testicular cancer had spread to my colon. I became concered after I noticed blood in my stools 3 years ago. When I see my oncologist Wednsday, I'm going to ask if I could possibly have a CT scan of my abdomen. ... (11 replies)
... Husband diagnosed with stage 4 bowel cancer 18 months ago age 44. He had anterior bowel resection. we were then told the mets to liver were inoperable but they would give him chemo. ... (4 replies)
... In regards to my husbands symptoms, here had constipation off and on and felt like he never had any relief even after a bowel movement. He was bloated and even had to loosen his belt. He was also very tired and was having night sweats and chills off and on. ... (4 replies)
... I have been ill for months, feeling increasingly tired, sometimes nauseous, cloudy and brain fog, headaches, malaise, and dizziness. BUT, I also started getting a constant pain in my RLQ. Its been about 4 months with it. It is pretty constant, at times waking me up at night. ... (1 replies)
... im 1a teen and worried i have colon cancer. ... (1 replies)
... A month ago I was a newbie to this board but today I feel like a veteran! ... (5 replies)
... I've been reading these boards for about a month and finally decided to introduce myself. I am 28, diagnosed with Colon Ca just one month ago when they found a 12mm flat polyp during a early colonoscopy screening. ... (9 replies)
... ction just means that there are no masses big enough to cause obstruction which obviously is good. As for the bowel wall thickening, that also is good. No, the CT scan cannot detect polyps, or for that matter, smaller tumors. ... (7 replies)
... rectal cancer at 46. ... (5 replies)
... From what I know, radiation for colon cancer is done before surgery to help shink the tumor. At least in my case, the cancer was discovered during surgery for a urologic cyst. The cancer was growing into the cyst and did not show up on a ct scan. ... (11 replies)
... Hi, I'm totally new here and don't even pretend to be in the same situation as those here who are fighting colon and rectal cancer. I'll make my story short. Granted, I may just be venting, but I have to let it out somewhere. ... (3 replies)
... rectum, so please don't rely on the CT scan as a diagnostic tool for this. If a person has colorectal cancer, CT scans are used to look at other places in the body where the cancer might have spread. ... (7 replies)
... colon disorders that present with similar symptoms. I am a 51 yr old male, 40 lbs overweight, don't smoke or drink. Yesterday, I again had bright red blood on my stool and dripping in the water. ... (3 replies)
I am terrified
Feb 8, 2008
... I am sorry to say the doctor is telling you that you have an immediate problem that needs to be dealt with re the big cancerous tumor that he found inside the colon. ... (1 replies)
... to determine the depth of the lesion in the wall of the rectum, not to mention CT scans to look for lymph nodes, and a CEA bloodtest. ... (8 replies)
... I'll chime in with the same advice as the others. Get a colonoscopy. ... (15 replies)

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