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... Are there folks here with a lot of skin tags who have also been dx'd with colon polyps? ... (9 replies)
... That said, personally I have had ONE skin tag form in my life. It did so about 6 months prior to my going to the doctor concerned about the blood in my stool which turned out to be from a rectal tumor. ... (9 replies)
... I guess I never heard of that connection. My husband was diagnosed with rectal cancer July 2005. He has always had lots of skin tags. ... (9 replies)

... Interesting... I have some skin tags. ... (9 replies)
... Paul, I have never heard of any relation between skin tags and colon cancer. My DH has skin tags and was just checked by colonoscopy and he has a healthy colon. I have heard that skin tags are not dangerous. Hope your IBS symptioms improve. ... (8 replies)
... Paul, this is really odd. I have never heard of skin tags as a sign of colon cancer BUT about 6 months before I was diagnosed with a cancerous tumour in my rectum I had a skin tag show up in my left armpit. ... (8 replies)
... I have underarm skin tags and Ive read these are a sign of colon cancer is this true, I only have them under my arms.I also suffer with IBS symptoms although doctor said everything was normal with blood tests. ... (8 replies)
... read. Maybe as some kind of assurance. Maybe just to occupy myself until the test results come back. I'm wound so tight right now, I'd probably jump out of my skin at a loud noise... literally. This is my 3rd cancer scare in 2 years and its getting old. Not getting any easier, just old. ... (9 replies)
... I had rectal cancer and over 50 polyps and I have kept most of them due to the fact that you cannot remove them all. ... (9 replies)
... So are you a colon cancer survivor, then? ... (8 replies)
... d be the same as looking at any mole and saying it is precancerous. All precancerous means is that there is a possibility but not necessarily a likelihood that a cancer can develop from it. ... (8 replies)




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