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... an on and off momentary cramp or "twinge" in that area, but after ultrasounds, my GYN tells me that the cyst is too small and per the radiologist, benign, and recommended that I have a colonoscopy. ... (5 replies)
... negative for toxins. My gastro doesn't seem to think my fever is caused by colon issues since my ulcerative colitis isn't too bad at the current time. Any comments? ... (11 replies)
... I did a gyn workup, ultrasound twice and nothing found but minor functional cyst that went away on the second US. I also had an ultrasound of abdomen and ct scan that were clear. ... (1 replies)

... Hi Jas, Yes, very relieved! However still experiencing some anxiety and working on that. I think I got myself so worked up my body's still reacting. So trying to calm down and take it easy. However, I am still having symptoms :( so it is hard not to take to the internet once again and start stressing about what it could be. I did make an appointment with a new dr, and will... (68 replies)
... w short hours...scared to death but trying to stay calm and focus on loving and positive thoughts. My ct scan came out ok for the most part except for an ovarian cyst my gyn is following closely and plan to follow up on that again when this is over. I am still scared they will find cancer today. ... (68 replies)
... nd next to the lipoma is a 2 CM lump or cyst. I will be scheduled to have it removed. No symptoms at all. I am 56 now, my last colonoscopy was clear...and the colon part of the recent one was clear, too in the ileum. Anyone else had this? ... (0 replies)
... I had to be opened up since he also found a tumor on one ovary and a cyst on the other along with endometriosis. ... (3 replies)
... Dear kelinnc65, I have recently been operated on for colon/rectul cancer and had a few lymph nodes removed also as a precaution as these can harbour abnormal cells which can end up in other parts of the body and thus 'seed' new cancer growth. It is well known that cysts in the colon (called polyps) are quite common and can remain dormant/non cancerous for years, then... (1 replies)
... I am 43 years old and have recently had a lipoma and cyst on my abdomen removed. One 4 months ago and the other 3 days ago. My mother died of colon cancer when she was 44. I have been getting colonoscopies every 3 years on the advice of my dr. ... (1 replies)
... like lesion at the suture site where my colon resection operation was done 19 months ago. ... (3 replies)
... when getting my pap I was told there was a cervical cyst also. ... (9 replies)
... When you say around colon, I think you mean around your "anus." It could be a simple cyst. Because it has NOT changed in size, I doubt it's a hemorrhoid. You say you had one in "a similar location." I'm assuming you are talking vaginal? It might be an infected hair follicle... typically in this case, they are painful like a boil, but when you look carefully, you see an... (1 replies)
... ght ovary and was supposed to have it followed up on soon, well, I am having intermidant pain on both sides like a cyst, but I dont think it's that, I think that cyst popped, but I am having pain while having intercourse and some occassional discharge. ... (7 replies)
... by during the surgery "just in case"...... anyway, I woke up from the surgery and after being taken back up to my room, the surgeon said they had found colon cancer.... ... (4 replies)
... itted me for possible Diverticulitus and gave me Flagy and Levaquin by IV and put me on a liquid diet, they sent me for a CT scan which showed a possible ovarian cyst and the early stages of diverticulitus. Then they sent me for an ultrasound of my uterus and ovaries and did not find a cyst. ... (4 replies)
... I had a cyst removed from the end of a nerve shaft a little over three years ago. And the "freckles" have been there forever. And... ... (39 replies)
... Hello to all, I feel like I have fallen down the rabbits hole. Just to bring everyone up to speed since my last post, here I go. I saw my oncologist and asked for a referral to Sunnybrook Cancer Center in Toronto to meet with a surgical oncologist, mine is a medical oncologist. He said not a problem but because I have three sites, liver, lungs and lymphnodes, I am... (16 replies)
... I had a colonoscopy 2 days ago (btw, i'm a 34 year old female, no family history) & the Dr. removed an 8mm cyst ( or so he said it was). He said these things are usually benign, especially in someone my age. Well the nurse called today to schedule a follow up visit to discuss further options. When I asked her what that meant she just said the dr would like to see me tmrw. I... (7 replies)
... What you have described sounds like a cyst. I am not in the medical profession but I know what a cyst is and that sounds like what you have. I am confident you will be okay but you really need to go have it checked out. Cysts need to drained. ... (1 replies)
... Back to my hypochondriac feelings on having colon cancer... ... (0 replies)

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