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... The width of the stool is not an indicator of whether someone has colon cancer or not. ... (1 replies)
... My Dad was diagnosed with Stage III colon cancer back in March of 2003. He had a tumor the size of a grapefruit in his lower colon near the rectum. ... (2 replies)
... Three weeks ago today I was being operated on for a tumor in my colon. Today I am at home recovering and feeling better everyday. I started my day this morning with a mile and a half walk! ... (5 replies)

... I Do believe that chemo before surgery will improve the success of the tumor shrinking. ... (2 replies)
Thin Stool
Sep 14, 2006
... g me so I went and saw my doc today and got an exam. He also checked out my sphincter and said everything looks good and at my age and good health he doubts it's colon cancer and could even be something I ate. None the less he is scheduling a colonoscopy "just to make sure". ... (3 replies)
... we are not getting ahead of ourselves. My cancer was deeply invasive stage IIIC with mutiple lymph node involvement. ... (11 replies)
... My dad had quad bypass the end of Jan. He continued to lose weight, not eat, became weaker and weaker. ... (1 replies)
... AnAnglesMother I just went through three weeks of what I concider Hedoubletoothpicks. I came home from my sons basketball game and after dinner layed down and told my wife I felt pretty rotton. ... (19 replies)
... Size is not necessarily related to the stage of the cancer. ... (3 replies)
Jun 30, 2006
... or resect the colon at the same time. ... (2 replies)
... oved a few years ago. Almost all the information sites say if you have a relative that had this your more at risk. So that's just another thing to add to my list of worries. I'm fearing the colonoscopy also because I'm afraid I could have complications from it during or after the procedure. ... (11 replies)
... I have been reading around this section of the boards in hopes of finding some support for myself, selfishly. Last Aug. my mom was diagnosed with Stage III colon cancer. Surgery was done to remove the tumor in her colon and then we found out that 3 of 14 lymph nodes were involved, so of course was chemo. ... (28 replies)
Too young? helppp
Apr 26, 2006
... I have to agree with everyone that has given you advice, and say don't wait, go as soon as you can, I too am one of the young ones who had colon cancer. I had 1 episode of bleeding and it scared me to death, I thought i was perfectly healthy. ... (11 replies)
... yr old aunt had surgery today. She was diagnosed 2 yrs ago but colon cancer, mass at end of colon. She went into denial and wouldn't have anything done. But she started having some pain and went to see surgeon. ... (5 replies)
... Yes the colon was removed with clear margins. Sorry the mass is located in the presacral area behind the rectum. ... (7 replies)
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... I was in a very similar situation to you with lots of questions. That was 3 years ago. ... (7 replies)
... The doc will have biopsy results on Monday but I am pretty sure we are talking about colon cancer here, with something that size. I guess I am praying for no invasion through walls of intestine or to lymph nodes. ... (13 replies)
... Maybe someone else has better knowledge of this, but my understanding is that death due to an obstructed and then perforated bowel is by far worse than surgery. ... (2 replies)
... I felt some extreme discomfort and itching, which could maybe also be described as pain. It hurts mostly when I'm active. It's a swollen area about the size of a grape. When I saw it, I immediately looked online to try and find out what was wrong with me. ... (4 replies)

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