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... I was diagnosed with colorectal cancer at an young age, in my early 30s, and I've just recently been dealing with my mom having cancer, so, I've very empathetic. ... (2 replies)
... I just want to add my thoughts here. First of all I agree that you need a colonoscopy because of all the symptoms you are describing. Being young has nothing to do with it. I was 33 yrs old when I first started noticing blood whenever I went to the bathroom but I figured it was just hemorroids like everyone does. ... (27 replies)
... Hello to all. i am young nice girl 20 years old. I had for a long time sometimes a blood on toilet paper and also i felt itching in my anus. i went to doctor and he say that it is Hemoroid. But i am affraid that it is Colon cancer. ... (4 replies)

... ng and flat stools about that same time. I started looking on the internet and about a month later, finally decided that something was wrong and that it could be cancer as one of the culprits. It was the flattened ribbon like stools that really got me scared. ... (3 replies)
... I am sorry to hear about your mother and I can understand your anger at her not being diagnosed earlier. It is sometimes difficult to diagnose colon cancer as it can be present for a long time without many symptoms. However, as she has anemia, this should have been a warning sign to the doctors. ... (5 replies)
... I hope that you are doing well...if you are reading this know that there are many of us rooting for you and we are here if you have any questions. ... (24 replies)
... I just read your post and can somewhat relate. I am 30 years old and was diagnosed in August with stage II Colon cancer, no lymph nodes involved. ... (10 replies)
... Hi there my name is Sharon and I have just been diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer. My medical oncologist has prescribed a treatment of chemotherapy with campostar. ... (16 replies)
... There are so many things that this could be ...from simple constipation to a gallbladder issue to a blockage in your colon or intestines...the only way to find out is to see a doctor and get some tests run. You should ask to see a GI doctor, this is a gastroenterologist... ... (4 replies)
... like stools, but the color is normal, so i can't tell if they have really changed or not, but here in the last week or two i've been going at least once, maybe twice a day, when i used to maybe go every 2 or 3 days. ... (1 replies)
... For almost 3 years, I have been experiencing intermittant diarrhea, dark stools, bright red blood in my stools, orange stools, skinny stools, you name it. ... (2 replies)
... It could be true if it was really caught very early. It might just have been a precancerous polyp even. Certainly young people can get colon cancer though it is still fairly unusual at her age.....not impossible though. ... (2 replies)
... I am wondering for those of you who have been dx with rectal cancer, whether you actually experienced rectal pain. ... (7 replies)
... My father has stage c colon cancer and had the tumor removed the end of July. Cancer was found in a few nodes. He starts chemo this coming week. He's in his 60's. He's lost weight but is keeping active. ... (12 replies)
Too young? helppp
Apr 24, 2006
... Get to a GI ASAP. Don't wait a month, what if you have another episode? ... (11 replies)
... I'd definitely get this checked out. It sounds like IBS to me but a number of other things can have these same symptoms. He is very young for this to be colon cancer but it never hurts to get properly checked out. Also very few cases of colon cancer are genetic. ... (4 replies)
... sorry to hear about your mum. It sounds like your mum is on an agressive chemo. Avastin is one of the new "wonder drugs" for treating colon cancer patients and is getting good press regards to prolonging life and reducing tumors. ... (1 replies)
... my mother had had colon cancer. However, you need not see a gastroenterologist. ... (4 replies)
... ch for your reply. I did read your posts and felt like our husbands were about at the same stages. I really felt for you, with your mom and husband both having colon CA. I was sorry to read about your moms death, cancer is such a hard battle to fight. ... (12 replies)
... It's easier said than done, but try not to worry too much. With your ibs, etc., that is probably the cause. ... (2 replies)

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