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... What did you do about it? My father has the exact same symptoms and we are back from the hospital today. The Oncologist and the Gastro-Enterologist are aware of this problem, but they say its nothing to worry. I would like to know what you have done ? Did you go to the doctor again? Regards Sarath (1 replies)
... My Father has Stage 4 colon cancer and a colostomy on the right side of his belly. ... (1 replies)
... tiveness of the chemo. I was admitted to the hospital immediately after my colonoscopy. The surgeon said the tumor was too large to remove surgically and did a colostomy instead. I fortunately was referred to a really good oncologist by one of the nurses at the hospital. ... (11 replies)

... Yes, it could be tissue that is a result of the sewing up of that end of the colon. You don't say where in the colon the colostomy is. The further away from the rectum the more common it will be for mucous to continue to be expelled. ... (1 replies)
... My father had part of his colon removed due to a large cancerous tumor approx 1 month ago. A colostomy bag was inserted and today he felt like he had a lot of gas and needed to have a bowel movement. He ended up passing a large blood clot from his rectum. ... (1 replies)
... I am a homecare RN. I have a pt that had surg for colon cancer in January. He has a colostomy and that healed well and works well. He developed what the Drs. thought was a rectal abcess and we have been treating it as such for months. No improvement. ... (1 replies)
... His CEA blood test was 3.5. Now in July it is 10.5 and yesterday it is at 10.7. ... (4 replies)
... Hi, I am probably the one who posted on the UOAA board. My husband had a problem during chemo with his ostomy pouch filling with blood. We went to the E.R. the first time it happened, only to be sent home when they couldn't determine the source of the bleeding:dizzy: We went to see the Dr. that had preformed his colonoscopy, the next morning. It was one of the E.T.... (11 replies)
... another. I just don't understand why none of the medical people have an answer for me. This bleeding has been going on now for probably four months. How much blood can you lose and still be functioning? ... (11 replies)
... JD and all: I don't think Maz would mind me sharing with you guys... I have a special way to hear from her...So, I'm going to let you guys in on this and hope Maz doesn't mind. I did hear that Maz's surgery went fine... no complications during surgery. However, shortly after surgery, she started crashing with low blood pressure and required 100% oxygen. On chest x-ray,... (46 replies)
... enny my favourite nurse teases me she will have me back every week so I'm not to plan cruising or driving 3000 miles to the west coast. I have to have a weekly blood check for INR but I can have that done anywhere there's a lab.... Here in Ontario or in B.C. ... (46 replies)
... Hi Tina Severe inflammation and infection is not to be "expected" after surgery in my book!!! My husband had an ileostomy reversal - he was 72 at the time and diabetic with high blood pressure - the reversal went off without a problem - he had no severe pain at all and didn't even take any pain medicine after he left the hospital. He was only in the hospital two days. The... (2 replies)
... GOOD LUCK, and feel free to ask any questions you have.:) Warm Regards, CancerDad:angel: (20 replies)
Friend of a friend
Nov 30, 2006
... A guy I went to university with, shared an apartment with him, has e-mailed me about a friend of his. (we live 1000+ miles apart now) His friend had been diagnosed with rectal cancer. The info he has given me so far is - cancer of the rectum. The tumor is about 5-6 inches in from the anus. Treatment: - 14 weeks x 5 days per week of radiation accompanied by a bottle... (10 replies)
... Yes, blood CAN be from cancer, but there is an equally good chance that it's not. ... (7 replies)
For Cancerdad
Sep 14, 2005
... ly, but should be beginning of Oct sometime. I opted for just the colostomy, because there is NO WAY they can decipher in the scarred mess where the nerves are, blood vessels, etc. The only thing they can do is stent the urerters to save those. ... (28 replies)
... My mother had emergency sugery in her 60's due to a tumour completely blocking her colon. She had a colostomy for 8 months and was reconnected successfully. ... (22 replies)
... If he is to have a permanent colostomy ask if electrolysis of the hair on the abdomen is OK. One of the worst parts of having a colostomy or ileostomy is dealing with the hair under the wafer which is esentially pasted to the skin. ... (1 replies)
... Rectal Cancer. Just diagnosed this morning that I have rectal adenocarcinoma after colostomy surgery. Anybody out there familiar with the disease? ... (0 replies)
Getting worried...
Mar 12, 2007
... Ok so about 4 months ago i had noticed blood on my toilet paper after i made a bowel movement. ... (2 replies)


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