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... eally need to go have it checked out. Cysts need to drained. If you can't see a doctor until September, you can still make an appointment. I don't think you have colon cancer or anything like that. But please go have it checked out. I hope this puts your mind at ease. Take care, and keep us updated. ... (1 replies)
... rting at the very top of my butt crack. I have had this since Late 2014. Almost 2 years. It started off as a small lump but now it's a massive lump and it's very hard and under my skin . It's the same color as my skin. I can feel it when I sit down it feels very uncomfortable. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, I am 25 years old and turn 26 in January. I am 179cm tall and weight around 65. I am wondering if my symptoms are Colon Cancer or is just a long therm Hemorrhoids. I got symptoms for Hemorrhoids when I was at early 19. ... (1 replies)

... the stool would usually have mucus on it. Recently, a few weeks ago, I had blood in my stool for the first time in a long time. It was hard getting that stool out, so I stopped worrying too much and passed it off as an anal fissure. The second time I had blood in my stool was about a week ago. ... (3 replies)
... esterday. I would think it rare not to find any polyps at all. The mucosa thing might be related to IBS and they are just checking. You are fine and he said your colon looked good. Great job getting through this!!!!!! I know how hard it was for you and just try Nd relax while you wait for,your confirmation that all is great!!! ... (68 replies)
... Exactly, sweetie...I'm no expert, nor do I pretend to be. I can only speak to the lessons I've learned through my own personal suffering. I have experienced mental breakdowns requiring hospitalization (twice) Trust me, I do understand your grief and your loss...more than you know. I, too, am a product of my past and my harsh upbringing, to put it gently. The only way I've... (68 replies)
... Oh, Jas...YOU ARE A MOM...You are a Super Hero, so don that red cape and soar through the next 2 days. I was about to suggest a therapist, regardless of the test results. NO...not because I think you're "crazy" (I despise that word) You obviously have emotional issues far beyond these health anxieties. I understand your husband's frustration as you ARE a hard case,... (68 replies)
... me, and I just wish he wouldn't say things like that, because he just doesn't know. But on the other side, I don't know that there IS something wrong. It's so hard for him to understand how consumed I've become by this, because he has never had any type of a health scare, and I pray he never does. This is agony. ... (68 replies)
... t at the colonoscopy procedure and he was told not to come back for 10 years. My hubby just said " thoughts are not facts!" We worry ourselves sick for nothing. Hard to explain to others without anxiety, how we can't help it. Lol! So it's nice your friends here who have been conversing with you are so supportive. ... (68 replies)
... so it is hard not to take to the internet once again and start stressing about what it could be. ... (68 replies)
... I know with 4 young kids it's hard to fit in, but it does help me a lot when I make it a priority on a consistent basis. My husband sees the difference too and so helps me make it happen. ... (68 replies)
... Good luck at your appointment. Let me know how it goes. I think having the colonoscopy is still a good idea too. I had a whole bunch of tests last year and that is the one I did not have and regret it now. The not knowing is the hardest and thinking about all it might be and the ramifications of each. I have not taken Ativan for awhile so can't remember if I had breakthrough... (68 replies)
... I know how hard it is to try and remove yourself from your own I'm here for you, if you struggle. ... (68 replies)
... Hey Jas...If you're reading this, you're on the internet=) I'm nothing if not honest. I don't mean to come across as hard. It's just my survival mechanism. I believe in telling people the truth, then helping them deal with that truth if they need me to. Kudos on scheduling your Monday appointment. Waiting is always the worst! You're going to be fine. Focus on your Easter... (68 replies)
... mal, and I usually have to use the restroom a few times in a short period to evacuate just little bits. I saw a GI doctor because I had some blood streaked on a hard to pass stool only once, and he diagnosed me with GERD and an "irritable bowel"...I am taking over the counter Prevacid for my acid reflux. ... (68 replies)
Colon Cancer ?
Jan 10, 2014
... It would be highly unlikely for a teen to get colon cancer. ... (7 replies)
... Just past 8 months. 3 weeks since I had the hernia fixed, so the recovery has been a bit slow. Have not had a drink yet and no red meat in 6 months. Had red meat 3 times in first 2 months but nothing since. Need to eat better, but don't eat to bad. Do have some sugar that I am trying to cut out. Plan on starting to exercise again this week, hernia and chemo made it hard. I... (12 replies)
... I had my colonoscopy 2 days ago. Doctor found 1 hemorrhoid (internal), and 1 polyp. Doctor was able to remove the polyp during the procedure. The biopsy report states that the polyp is non-cancerous. Doctor says I'm fine. What a big relief, huge. Having to prepare myself for the procedure was quite challenging. That 1-gallon GaviLyte C solution was not the kind of... (6 replies)
... ed. I had 2 out of 24 infected. What is your age. I have exercised some but had to have a hernia repaired so still can't exercise like I want, but soon. Having a hard time eating a better, that to is a work in progress. But not really bad. My doctor seems really upbeat about everything so I have tried to be as well. ... (12 replies)
... As far as the gasto... I had two visits also, standard procedure. I wouldn't feel uncomfortable about the protocol, only a colonoscopy can view the entire colon and that is exactly what you want to have done. Keep the faith, the worst part is the prep for the colonoscopy. ... (6 replies)

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