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... and that the colon was not in the right place and was pushed up to the right. they did a CEA blood test as a tumour marker and this came back as 1.9 which I understand is perfectly normal. ... (5 replies)
... t that has formed that is retaining some waste material and causing the foul odor. Your doctor is grossly misinformed about the reliability and relevance of the CEA level. I would switch MDs. A normal CEA most certainly does not rule out a colon cancer and the only way to know for sure is to have a colonoscopy. ... (5 replies)
... Just to add another voice, I had stage III colon cancer with a normal CEA. ... (5 replies)

... A normal CEA does not mean there is no colon cancer. My CEA at time of diagnosis of Stage III colon cancer was 1. ... (5 replies)
... When the CEA test came back my doctor said... there you are, told you it wasnt cancer!!!!! He said it was exceptionally, highly unlikely that a 1.9 CEA means its cancer. this is going to sound very odd but the gas when it escapes is absolutely completely rancid and embarrassing and I hate going anywhere now. ... (5 replies)
... From what I understand, the CEA is not a conclusive test when used on its own but is taken as a baseline for future testing. ... (5 replies)
... The higher CEA to 320 from 311 is NOT GOOD. That means the surgeon did NOT get all of the cancer. And the chemo regimen she is on is NOT working either. ... (3 replies)
... re not following up with regular checks for a 5 year period. I wonder if you should or could get a second opinion on that question. It is my understanding that a CEA Blood test should be done every three months and a colonoscopy every couple of years, maybe 1, then 2 and finally at the five year time. ... (31 replies)
... cecal juncture and I had a right hemicolectomy, where the remaining colon was attached to the ileum. This was 7 years ago, and I have completely normal bowel function. ... (2 replies)
... Hi I am a "newbie" and am hoping someone can help me understand CEA levels. About 4 weeks ago I gave a faeces and urine sample at my doctors request and from there I had to have a blood test. My CEA level reading was 8. ... (2 replies)
CEA slowly rising
Aug 26, 2006
... B1 blood test run. The standard is always the CEA, and speaking with a couple oncs. they tell me that there are no other blood tests proven in scientific papers to be more accurate than CEA. Though, I'm sure someone will discover one eventually! ... (28 replies)
CEA slowly rising
Aug 26, 2006
... blood test done? ... (28 replies)
... y my other organs, however, I do have a kidney stone. Then he says he wants to see me in a week, then he changes his mind and said no, this Thursday. He did some blood work, a CBC, I am still losing blood, and then he ordered a CEA. I didn't know he was ordering the CEA until I asked the nurse that was taking my blood. ... (9 replies)
High CEA
May 13, 2004
... Sadly, he is already in the 4th stage. I have seen his blood test results. ... (20 replies)
... is a blood test, it's normal range is 2.5 to 5. ... (5 replies)
... and now blood again a few weeks ago. ... (1 replies)
... I am really happy to hear that you are doing so well and resuming your normal activities. It seems to me that you are following the same path as I did. ... (31 replies)
... ey don't have insurance or money. i took her to a private hospital, they did an ultra sound for her and found a 2.77cm x2.42cm mass in her colon. they also did a blood test special for tumor named tumor panel. ... (0 replies)
... after last surgery. Blood counds are slowly creeping up to normal levels. CEA is creeping up by 0.1 every blood test. It is at 0. ... (79 replies)
... ts by boosting the immune system. My oncologist doesn't believe, but my naturopath took my pulse and told me my platelet count would be low and the next day the blood test result came showing that... ... (6 replies)




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