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... I'm 42 years old with stage IIIC colon cancer. My husband and I don't have kids so I don't have any advice on that subject. I noticed that you are afraid of getting a port. I wanted you to be aware that having a port isn't a necessity. ... (8 replies)
... Ii can tell you that side effects vary with every individual. You will probably be fatigued somewhat nauseated. The best thing to do is read up on the meds you are getting and see what side effects they have. Then discuss those with your doctor. ... (10 replies)
Neuropathy
Sep 4, 2006
... Sorry to hear of your troubles at such a young age. I am 62 and on folfox. The first treatment was the worst for me. Had diarrhea for 5 days, but only bad enough to take immodium 1 time. ... (4 replies)

... A CT scan would have ruled out most causes of left sided pain. ... (4 replies)
... Did you talk to your mom if so what did she say? ... (24 replies)
... maybe it will go away... Do u think its possible to have Colon Cancer at 15? ... (24 replies)
... Stage IV here..45 years young when diagnosed last May, told I might not last 2 months if I didn't respond to chemo. I had no options other than chemo. ... (22 replies)
... I had similar problems to yours. Does it hurt at all while you poop? ... (3 replies)
... just recently when I go to the bathroom, which there's not much there when I go.. I have blood in my stool, bright red. I have no abdominal cramps, just the occasional blood in my stool. I just wanna know if this could be serious or if it has to do with my diet. ... (3 replies)
... At your age colon cancer is very rare. ... (24 replies)
... his and i don't have constipation becuse im never bothered to use the bathroom now its just stopping all together when ur constipated ur stomach hurts and u want to go but my never hurts like that but after i finally go it hurts for away but i barely go its like drops now...... ... (24 replies)
... I understand how afraid you must be. I too was afraid of a colonoscopy and now at 62 I have colon cancer. I should have had one done when I was in my 50s. ... (6 replies)
... God bless ya FAP. Im so glad they know whats going on with you early. I can't imagine they would have ever caught it if not for your family history. ... (39 replies)
... You are pretty young to have hems or colon cancer. It does sound like hems but you also mention hard stools. ... (1 replies)
... My mom was told she had colon cancer in sept. of 2004. She had surgery to remove the 2 tumors. We then found out it had spread to her liver. ... (1 replies)
... Well, it's been a while since I posted, but I figured I'd offer another update on my situation. Maybe these little details will be useful to someone who's dealing with a similar situation. ... (19 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear of all your troubles. That must be a really tough thing to go through at 21. ... (39 replies)
... rectal cancer. Far fewer than the typical post 60 age group, but the numbers of young people being diagnosed with colon or rectal cancer are growing. ... (7 replies)
... Everyone is different. My father was diagnosed with colon cancer at 84. ... (3 replies)
... Run, don't walk to another physician, preferably a gastroenterologist for a second opinion. Having a mother with colon cancer and then presenting with blood in the stool and the other symptoms definitely is reason for a colonoscopy, no matter what the age of the person. ... (3 replies)




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