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... The doc can generally let you know what they found after the colonoscopy. They will take some biopsy samples and get them tested. Most polyps are not cancerous. I think they can usually look at a polyp and know if it might look cancerous. Don't jump to the worst case scenario before you get the results. The liver enzymes and family history probably has them being cautious.... (4 replies)
... immune problems that they think stemmed from my ca and chemo. I wish you peace,just try to get by with some help from your friends.....Ron. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I am sorry if this is a repetitive posting, but I have read some of the responses to recovery following bowel resection, and I am not sure that I have found the answer that I am looking for. It is now 7 weeks since my surgery and I can do a lot of my normal housework, but find certain tasks, i.e., those that pull across the body and lifting a little worrying, so avoid... (10 replies)

Rectal bleeding
Sep 4, 2007
... After I had my first daughter 3 years ago, I had problems with rectal bleeding. Never had problems before in my life until I had kids. Went to a colon rectal surgeon and he diagnosed it as an anal fissure. Took citrucel, wnet back after a month or so, and the problem seemed to be fixed. ... (1 replies)
... cancer clusters, resections, adverse effects of radiation on tissue and so forth. These images have been very helpful for me as I begin to get a "picture" of our problems and situations. I'd like to share these findings with you. ... (0 replies)
... hello. i am almost 23 years old and have been having rectal problems for the past couple years. because of my emabarrassement and stupidity i never really got it checked out but now i am now very worried about it. ... (5 replies)
... However, for other gastroenterological problems like Inflammatory Bowel disease, Peptic ulcer disease, malabsorption syndromes, GI bleeds, liver disease etc. etc. ... (4 replies)
... Was looking for any info on reattachment of my colon to my rectum after chemo. My tumor was located low in the rectum but doctor said reattachment is not a problem. ... (1 replies)
... i had colon rectal cancer in April of 2001. AFter surgery my doctor advised me to get chemo and radiation and I was not able to do so. ... (3 replies)
... accessed all the reports and I told her everything I mentioned here and she said by what she has heard from me an the doctor reports abouty last visit about the problems she said she had no reason to believe that o have cancer and I asked her if like stage one and stage two cancers have symptoms and she said yes. ... (26 replies)
... Thank you for responding. I am nervous about this...of course I have heard horror stories ie: waking up in bed with poo everywhere etc. I am thankful that I have the 'option' although at this point I don't see it as an option since I am a prisoner of my house/bathroom/washing machine. I can try another colon-rectal surgery and 'again' hope for the best but each time they try... (2 replies)
... Anal rectal cancer was discovered in Aug. 2005. Cancer was also found in cervix and several lumph nodes. Drs. ... (0 replies)
... I have a friend that developed colon/rectal cancer 3yrs ago. Had surgery to remove tumour ended up with colostomy bag, had chemo. It was a very aggressive cancer and had escaped into lymph nodes. 9mths later it was in the liver, surgeons lasered off cancer. Approx 10mths later he had a regular scan and bloods and his CEA level was up. The scan showed that he had enlarged... (4 replies)
... You scheduled yourself for a colonoscopy for a good reason and you MUST go through with it. The odds of puncturing the colon during routine colonoscopies are very very very small. Obviously you know that it does happen since it happened to your neighbor. ... (5 replies)
... recommendation. He wanted me to leave the port in because of the possibility of more chemo down the road. You need to understand that I was a very early stage rectal cancer and I did NOT want the standard resection. ... (8 replies)
... It is difficult to advise as you do not say what problems your husband had with surgery. My husband had problems with his rectal cancer surgery, so I understand the reluctance to operate again. ... (5 replies)
... Her symptoms were upset stomach, constipation, pain in the rectal area with pain running down her legs....she WAS in excellent health, no other health problems...we are requesting her colonoscopy results be looked at again. She went to her primary care physician 2 weeks before she was diagnosed and she told her it was stress and that she couldn't work 5 days a week and... (19 replies)
... I will be having a colonoscopy in a month. I have been having problems with rectal bleeding, weightloss, and nausea after BM's. I went to a colon rectal surgeon that I saw 7 years ago who treated the hemorrhoids again last week. He strongly suggested that I get a colonoscopy done. ... (8 replies)
... I hope everything goes well for your surgery. I know it will. My dad had rectal resection and he was on antibiotics before, during and after surgery. Don't know why. ... (4 replies)
... No other previous surgeries or even health problems would stand in the way. ... (28 replies)


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