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Cancer: Colon Board Index
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... Very happy to hear that it was nothing serious...nothing life threatening anyway. Yes, colonoscopies are LIFE SAVING procedures and usually the only people who get Colon Cancer are those who don't get screened. After burying half my family, I am not one of those people! I go every 2.5- 3 years and dont even mind it anymore...as long as I am not worried about the what ifs-... (20 replies)
... Yes I do feel better after having my colon cleaned out --- Still waiting for the results of the biopsy----i guess it will take another day or so. I wonder though, i never asked my doctor about this since i was in a daze from the anesthesia, would i have any problem pooping due to the trauma of having the polyp removed. I know it is minimally invasive procedure, but... (20 replies)
... Hi there. the good news is that it was a pedunculated polyp. If it wasn't it could have been missed as the other types are flat... ... (20 replies)

... Hi: i got the results back from the path report: the path diagnosis is tubulovillous adenoma with high grade dysplasia. From what i can gather, this means the cellular structure is abnormal, but no cancer: i have to get another colonoscopy in 3 years. It is clear to me that if i did not have the polyp removed when i did, i was on my way to having it turn to cancer.---- I... (20 replies)
... got the drops from a health food store. no, not the same as eating American licorice. ... (20 replies)
... Make sure you are up and walking around as much as possible to both get things going and to help dissipate the gas inside you. ... (20 replies)
... well it is 4:30 in the morning and i took my Golytely this morning- will have a colonoscopy today-- i couldn't drink the entire 16 cups of that awful stuff but i drank enough to get clear of poop----- 1/2 yesterday and the rest this morning. I admit to being terrified i could have cancer- i hate even writing the word. thank you for your encouragement. I will let you know the... (20 replies)
... Generally, the darker the food color, the higher the fiber content. Bran flakes can be added to just about any food or eaten as a cold cereal with milk and cut up prunes. Soak prunes overnight in a little water to soften them. ... (20 replies)
... Hi there. I just want to tell you not to put off the colonoscopy. I have had 12 of them in my 50 years....too many people in my family have died from colon cancer- none of them have been scoped! I go every 3 years now and have since my twenties. It is such an easy test. On a positive note, colon cancer is totally curable! As long as you have this test and they remove... (20 replies)
... you are very kind- thank you for your concern-- i tried to get the colonoscopy pushed up one week earlier but the doctor could not do it any sooner. (20 replies)
... I suggest that you also make an exhaustive list of what you eat and when, a food diary, and an appt with a Naturopath for after the endoscopy, as Naturopaths have completed extensive studies about how to balance the gut and digestive system. ... (20 replies)
... a tumor or because i have taken magnesium for 25 years with watery diarrhea as a result, the muscles have become weak and aren't working very well. Anyway, i remain scared of the procedure but i know i have to have it. ... (20 replies)
... As for my results . . . .I was able to choke down the Fleet prep. Although just as foul tasting, it was no where near the volume the unpleasantness did not last as long. ... (14 replies)
... father dies of cancer. About 3 weeks ago I started to become pretty constipated. I was taking Hydrocodone for back and shoulder problems. As a result, I became very constipated. I had great difficulty passing a bowel. It was large, and ranked about 2 on the Bristol scale. ... (14 replies)
... is the GCCB1 test. This test, as I understand it, is useful in determining recurrence, perhaps moreso than the CEA test. Keep in mind, those who smoke have elevated CEA's SOME of the time. ... (6 replies)
... But reports do say that almost one third of recurrences occur without any elevation of CEA. Of course follow up scans are also done but here they do not do those as often as CEA tests. ... (6 replies)
... Hi! There are many things that can cause bleeding. Usually it needs to be looked at by a doctor to be sure. (5 replies)
... months ago I tried another diet supplement and got the same results. I discussed this with the manufactures of the supplements as well as other guys that had taken it and they said there is nothing in the product that should make me backed up. ... (5 replies)
... and theyre going to biopsy it but the GE doesnt think its dangerous and as it was on the left of my colon he didnt think that it was causing the pain, because my abdominal pain is on the lower right and all the way round my back. ... (4 replies)
... well not as reassuring as I'd have liked but thanks for the honesty jaynee! ... (4 replies)




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