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... Hi. I also live with the colon cancer scare looming over me...everyone in my family has died from Colon cancer. ... (2 replies)
... In short....yes you should always be concerned since you have family history of colon cancer and a history of polyps at an early age. You're being monitored, which is a good thing. ... (2 replies)
... So it's been about 5 years since my last one. I went to see him and he seemed very concerned, especially since I have a history of polyps and a family history of colon cancer on both sides of my family, both genders. ... (2 replies)

... d be flat like stools. Again, this led me to Dr. Google where obviously bowel and colon cancer was plastered everywhere. ... (0 replies)
... There are so many things that this could be ...from simple constipation to a gallbladder issue to a blockage in your colon or intestines...the only way to find out is to see a doctor and get some tests run. You should ask to see a GI doctor, this is a gastroenterologist... ... (4 replies)
... I'm not a doctor but my first guess would be that you don't have colon cancer. How's your water intake? ... (4 replies)
... the only person I know of in my family to have any abnormalities with the colon is my mom's dad, my grandpa, who passed away of colon cancer when I was young. He is the only relative I know of who has had colon cancer. ... (4 replies)
... What procedure was used to remove your brother's colon growth ? ... (7 replies)
... It may encourage you to know that it just so happens that last week my brother had to have a growth in his colon removed. It saved his life. ... (7 replies)
... Ya ya Girl Thanks for writing. It appears that Surgery is recommended for any colon growth > 2 cm polyp I will most likely go for the surgery and hope I come out no less for wear. Current medical protocol requires major surgery to determine whether or not a colon growth is benign or malignant. (7 replies)
... er, which used to be the only option. And it used to be that even after surgery that people still didn't survive. Doctors know much more about how to best handle colon cancer these days than they used to. ... (7 replies)
... I'm trying to understand normal colon cells become cancerous. ... (7 replies)
... lucky...many people do not bother to find out until it is too late to do anything. I lost my father, grandfather and grandmother as well as 3 other relatives to Colon Cancer and it's metastasized tumors over the past few years. ... (7 replies)
... I am a happy 73 yr old man who has recently been diagnosed with Early Stage Colon Cancer. I also have bad back, an enlarged prostate, a common iliac aneurysm and an abnormal stress test. ... (7 replies)
... Lastly, colon cancer is the most treatable cancer in the world as long as it is found early... ... (5 replies)
... stronger. I eat a very low fat diet due to gallbladder issues, but lead a very sedentary life and am a totally depressed mess. Do any of you think this could be colon cancer? ... (5 replies)
... and a long history of chronic constipation. I have a 1st cousin with colon cancer. ... (1 replies)
... I am currently being treated for stage IV colon cancer. ... (2 replies)
... Once again, I find myself in a spot in life where my syptoms could either be nothing or colon cancer. This one has caused me a large amount of stress and worry and I can't get a doctors appt until next Tuesday. ... (2 replies)
... Anyone having issues from colon cancer and resection? ... (0 replies)


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