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... Hi Sandra :wave: I am sorry you have come to the healthboards in such circumstances. I donít know if you read any of my posts but I have referred to my husbands condition and the fact that he had 6 cycles of Oxaliplatin/5fu/folonic acid inbetween his bowel resection and liver resection. In the Uk they prefer to operate on the primary cancer asap and then concentrate on... (12 replies)
... I'm new to the boards and have been reading them for past few days. My husband was dx. with colon cancer with mets to the liver in Jan 2004. ... (12 replies)
... Has the doctor ruled out ischemic pelvic neuritis? This is where at one time or another the nerve endings in the area that supply feeling to your trunk/Gut area have been inflamed either by infection or injury. It some times occurs after an abdominal surgery or sometimes for no apparent reason. IT hurts like the dickens and feels like something horrible might be going on only... (4 replies)

... b pain came back. It usually comes on when I am sitting up right or walking and hurts from just below my rib cage to all the way below my belly button. I had a CT scan and an Ultra Sound and it all looks fine, I have also had liver enzyme and gall blader tests and they are normal. ... (4 replies)
... When I was diagnosed with colon cancer all of my children and immediate family had a colonoscopy per request of my surgeon. ... (2 replies)
... ryone I'm a 24 year old male and for the past 4 months I've been having upper abdominal pain on both of my sides. I have had standard blood tests, urine tests, a CT Scan and an upper endoscopy done and everything has come back completely normal. ... (0 replies)
... Well, I will add my husband's CT scan to the list of let's hope for better news soon for 2007. ... (4 replies)
Had a ?
Jan 24, 2006
... From what I understand, a CT scan can detect something that shouldn't be there. A biopsy would tell you if it is malignant. ... (3 replies)
... s on my liver. One was too close to the arty for them to do. The surgery was in July so we did not start treament again until September. Just before they did a ct scan that showed I still had three spots on my liver. They also took a slice of my liver for biopsy. ... (8 replies)
... Husband just had another follow up consult with his colon surgeon. He did a rigid sigmoid "pokectomy" and gave his pelvis a really hard squeeze. ... (4 replies)
... When I read the beginning of your post, I was thinking diverticulitis all the way through. The only way to diagnose it is with a CT scan. You only have to worry about CT radiation if you have multiple ones, and this is a one time thing. ... (3 replies)
... So basically, based on others experiences or research or the experiences of friends and family, would people say this sounds like colon cancer, ibs, a food intolerence or all three rolled into one? ... (1 replies)
... but also colon cancer runs rampid on my father's side. His test for that came back good and so did my brothers. So we thought this would go fine too. ... (9 replies)
What next?
Jan 16, 2007
... he had his upper right lobe taken out and had four months of Chemo.He goes in for scans every three months and this last scan showed an uptake in his mid abdomn. The pet report said to have a ct scan of the abdomn but his onc said he should go for a colonoscopy. ... (11 replies)
... o me that a sudden onset of something like this would warrant a colonoscopy. But, my question is, how can a colonoscopy be done if it is IMPOSSIBLE to clear the colon out? ... (23 replies)
... Hi there, I am so sorry for your husband's diagnosis. I too am having severe pain in my lower right quadrant. An x ray showed nodularity on the cecum and I am scheduled for a colonoscopy soon. I just wanted to ask what your husband's symptoms were, if you do not mind. My only symptom is extreme pain. I am really worried right now. (4 replies)
... rectum, so please don't rely on the CT scan as a diagnostic tool for this. If a person has colorectal cancer, CT scans are used to look at other places in the body where the cancer might have spread. ... (7 replies)
... nd firm lymph nodes in my groin. I went back and forth between my internist and my gyno several times for four months. They did a few blood tests and finally a CT scan. ... (15 replies)
... uys think there doing it just to rule out or is it because they found cancer on his rectum or colon do you guys think that if he would of have had cancer the CAT Scan would of detected already does CT scan detects all type of cancer please help me i am sorry my english is not that good. ... (0 replies)
... The CAT scan will not show a colon lesion until it has grown large enough to distort the shape i.e. thicken the colon or cause lymph nodes to enlarge. ... (1 replies)


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