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... while he had 6 months of chemo, then 6 months to recover. He did really well. There was only one point in which he actually started to close up and had to have a colonoscopy to open him up again. ... (2 replies)
... Hello. Male 60. Bowel cancer diagnosed Autumn 05, 5 week course of radiotheraphy + chemo, then operation in Jan 06. Coped well with ileostomy which was reversed in April 06. After 6 weeks had bouts of stopping passing wind/bowel movements followed by sickness (digestive disruptions!)weekly. Once 'sick', rear end would recommence Severe at first, then lessening with time... (2 replies)
... op from reversal of the ileostomy... when stool starting going thru "that" area. ... (11 replies)

... I am done except for checkups every 3 months for I don't know how long, and a colonoscopy maybe 4 months after chemo. He said the next colonoscopy would be in 3 years! I did see a radiation oncologist. He said there was nothing left to radiate, so I get to miss that. ... (11 replies)
... I was diagnosed with stage 2 colorectal cancer in Jan 2012 with no nodes and had LAR surgery in April 2012 and had reversal of ileostomy in September 2012. ... (7 replies)
... That having been said, my tumor is actually in the ileocecal valve, so I clearly will have to have that out. The doctor who did my colonoscopy said I would not be able to have laproscopic surgery but that I would need to be opened up and have a resection. ... (17 replies)
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... I had stage 1 rectal cancer discovered Sept 08. Surgery to remove half my rectum in Oct. Got an infection, and an ilio bag in Oct. Reversal in Feb 09. ... (6 replies)
... A colonoscopy found a flat polyp in me which was cancerous. I'm 2 years from my resection and chemo and radiation and bag. I'm one year from my reversal. ... (12 replies)
... ly thing slowing me down was my ileostomy reversal. The recovery has been rough from this. Your young and whatever is going on was found early. If you need a colonoscopy do the test. If they do find something seriously think about a second opinion and then go from there. By the way I just turned 50. ... (4 replies)
... Hi everyone! I've made it thru all my treatment. Last week I had to go thru the colonoscopy prep. I made it thru that, I had, had an ileostomy reversal in Dec 07. The results of the colonoscopy were good. The relief I felt was immense. Now I'm still coping with frequent bathroom issues and soreness. ... (1 replies)
... Hi. I had a colonoscopy just a few weeks ago and it was indeed a piece of cake. The prep isn't even as bad as I thought it'd be other than a sore bottom from going so much. ... (13 replies)
... thank you Kathy and I hope the checkup next month shows all is well ! :angel: (12 replies)
... Larry finished his chemotherapy in May of 2006. He had his reversal surgery July of 2006. He has no problems with the coumadin. He needs to have his INR levels checked and have adjustments to his prescription tweaked regularly. ... (12 replies)
... radiation last Nov. then had his reversal of "the bag" in Jan. ... (5 replies)
... doing great with his ostomy. By the time chemo was finished we both were at our wits end trying to keep anything on him for more than 40 hours. Thankfully his reversal went well and he is doing great. His problems now are dealing with the pain from nerve damage. We are hopeful that it will get better as time goes by. ... (11 replies)
... Jeni, Here is the list I had - I put my experience in () List of Questions for Surgery 1. Anesthesia: general or epidural? (general) 2. Scalpomine Patch for post op dizziness/vomiting? (YES - worked for me very well - I don't do surgery without it! Ask your anesthesiologist) 3. Where will stoma be placed? (This was done by the ET nurse the week before the... (16 replies)
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... My husband was diagnosed T3N1M0 a little over a year ago. His tumor was located high up in the rectum near the sigmoid colon. He is six weeks post op from his reversal surgery and is cancer free and returning to work this week. ... (8 replies)
... it! If nothing else it will give you peace of mind when they give you the all clear! IF it is cancer, likely you would find it in early stages since you had a colonoscopy 7 years ago. Also, if they found a polyp they can remove it right away and SAVE YOUR LIFE!! ... (4 replies)




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