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... Fortunately, your mother's mass was found during a colonscopy. I can't imagine a doctor telling her it looks benign when it isn't. If it looked malignant he probably wouldn't have said anything. ... (3 replies)
... My mother, 64 years old, recently had her first colonoscopy simply because she has never had one before. ... (3 replies)
... I can tell you that I had the resection surgery for a cancer tumor in my colon. It actually was not that bad, and the anxiety was the worst part by far. The surgery and the recovery time in the hospital was about a week. ... (20 replies)

... There is really no way to know for sure until the colon resection. I, also, at 28 went in for a routine colonoscopy for reasons with my stomach and they found two tumors as well as a bunch of polyps. ... (3 replies)
... my husband had surgery for a tumor the size of a golf ball that was found during his colonoscopy. He was stage 2. ... (5 replies)
... who actually was not helpful at all. He was in my opinion responsible for misdignosed my problem and testing for parosite etc while the tumor was growing and the bright blood was visible. ... (31 replies)
... the doctor found a tumor that was too big to remove during the procedure. He took a few samples and sent it off for biopsy. ... (5 replies)
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Sep 18, 2012
... hey guys went to surgeon yesterday sge is talking about a total colectomy bag and all i am scared to death any helpful thoughts/comments (7 replies)
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Sep 18, 2012
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Aug 30, 2012
... about a month ago i started with pain in my lower abdomen i did the normal doctor visit, then gyn, then urology (all with scan's sonagrams etc) they found nothing i also have crohn's disease so i have a gastro guy already the pain was not the same as crohn's normal is though so last friday we did a colonoscopy ( not my first as you can imagine what with crohn's- and my... (7 replies)
... Late diagnosis and refusal to give me a colonoscopy within the timelines as dictated for those with HNPCC and fast growing cancers. ... (12 replies)
... urity Disability to continue receiving benefits. I was denied twice and until recently was awaiting a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge with SSA. I just found out Friday that I received a favorable decision! I won! ... (12 replies)
... urity Disability to continue receiving benefits. I was denied twice and until recently was awaiting a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge with SSA. I just found out Friday that I received a favorable decision! I won! ... (23 replies)
... if, in the process, they are able to get some lymph nodes they do. There is no abdominal incision with this option. To accomplish this, I had to have my bulky tumor shrunk down as much as possible. ... (8 replies)
... I had an mri for my back done in the fall 0f 2007 for herniated dics and ddd in my lower spine. My question is in the results of this mri, could a tumor or something be detected in or around the colon? ... (1 replies)
... I just found this message board. ... (2 replies)
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... The Gastro Dr. found 2 polyps as well as the tumor and removed them during the colonoscopy. Is this an indication that it has spread? ... (12 replies)
... to shrink the tumor and allow greater room for the surgeon to operate. 10mm is still sufficient to resect and reattach, causing you to NOT have a permanently colostomy. ... (8 replies)
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