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... NO worries about that, hon. You are OK, filly. The more uptight we are the harder it is for the body to process food. You must make yourself relax. While you wait, I suggest that you chew food very well, and that you avoid any raw fruit or vegetables for now, and only eat very well cooked, dark colored, high fibrous fruits and vegetables, and make sure drink plenty of... (11 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. (11 replies)
... Dear filly, Hon, fear itself can cause or exacerbate constipation. I want to report that my constipation has slowly stopped. My body responded to changes in diet that I made. It is imperative for your mental and physical health that you stay in control of your thinking. The digestive issue really could be caused by a number of benign things, including what is on your... (11 replies)

... just thought i would update those who so kindly replied to my initial post. I still have not had the colonoscopy for various reasons. it is scheduled for 12/17/18. My symptoms are getting worse. Despite taking a large amount of magnesium citrate which has always worked well, i find that now the poop gets stuck in my rectum and takes a long time to finally come out; it simply... (11 replies)
... On a positive note, colon cancer is totally curable! ... (11 replies)
... There are different kinds of colon cancer and not all are totally curable. Early screening is important, and any digestive issues should be investigated regardless. ... (11 replies)
... In my experience, ulcerative colitis limited in the rectum will cause the symptoms you're having. Inflammation there will cause messages to the rest of the colon to hold back. ... (11 replies)
... cannot go at all without it. I have an appointment with a rectal colon surgeon tomorrow and have scheduled a colonoscopy for Nov 19. ... (11 replies)
... Dear filly, It's good to get a colonoscopy. However, in my case after I did have one, magnesium stopped working for me at least for now, which caused me a lot of pain. I even went to the emergency room. It turned out that a scan revealed that I had fecal impaction, maybe because the flora in my gut was gone from the fluid I had to drink before the coloscopy. So,... (11 replies)
... In the last few days i can barely poop with a ton of magnesium that i take for constipation. I am sure I have something awful ( tumor)- nothing else i can think of could cause that kind of obstruction. i am going to call today to try and get that colonoscopy ASAP. I am so scared. (11 replies)
... I agree with having to know what's going on. The fear doesn't change the reality....at least that's how I see it. Looking forward to your update. q (11 replies)
... Thank you both for your response: i will come back and let you know what the result of the test is. I know i have to go through with it because i have to know what is going on. (11 replies)
... There are known and unknown causes of colon cancer. "There is a hereditary condition called FAP where a person develops hundreds of polyps in the colon at a young age. ... (3 replies)
... Has your father developed a second colon cancer? ... (4 replies)
... I am sorry to hear about these symptoms in your husband. Not all colon cancers or polyps bleed and even if they do, they may not bleed all of the time. ... (3 replies)
... I have HNPCC Lynch Syndrome, have had endometrial cancer 1995 and colon cancer 2003. I had a right hemicolectomy in 2003 and have been NED ever since with no bowel problems as a result of having a section of colon removed. ... (5 replies)
Re:colon cancer
Apr 23, 2008
... Colon cancer can most certainly be hereditary. Your family history is indicative of it. It is called HNPCC hereditary nonpolyposis colon cancer due to a defect in a mutation repair gene. I would strongly recommend you consult a genetic counselor for further advice. ... (2 replies)
... The most common symptom is no symptoms at all. Next is anemia of unknown origin. Depending on what part of the colon cancer develops in determines if and how soon symptoms will develop. ... (2 replies)
Colon cancer III
Sep 3, 2010
... How far into the colon wall did it grow? ... (2 replies)
... I am very worried right now. I have be having symptoms of Colon Cancer for weeks now and I am very scarred. I dont have any family history of Colon Cancer to let you know. I am 25 years old. ... (5 replies)


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