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... Oh Great! I recently found out that the tubular adenoma polyp that my Colon specialist removed last year is trying to grow back and is pre-cancerous. He recommended a right laprascopic hemi-colectomy. I do not want 12" inches of my large intestine removed. Everyone I've heard from say that they have chronic diarrhea for the rest of their life. Is there anyone out there... (17 replies)
... empt any additional surgery since you can't develop appendicitis if there is no appendix. ... (17 replies)
... So you didn't have laprascopic surgery and you seem to come out of it without chronic diahhrea for the rest of your life. You are the first person I have found that ended up with normal bowels. ... (17 replies)

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... and another surgery for that due to I would not let them stick giant 18 gauge needles through my stomach while I was awake to drain them. ... (17 replies)
... could not be removed during colonoscopy since it is flat against the colon wall. Doc did a biopsy and no malignancy was found. It was recommended that I have the surgery which can be done via Laperoscopy. The plan calls for reattachment of the colon to the small intestine. ... (17 replies)
... I know exactly how you feel . Your situation is exactly like mine. I need some answers and fast regarding this surgery to remove ascending colon and valve. I'm worried also and would like to here how others have gotten along after their surgery. I think this is very rare. ... (17 replies)
... The surgery was easy, two tiny scars and two medium ones... I was up and about in no time! ... (17 replies)
... last year I had major surgery on my cervical discs. When I found out the magnitude of this operation, I said to the doc, "who would you let operate on your neck? ... (17 replies)
... I am glad you got back to normal. Am looking at the same surgery on May 10th couldn't find anyone that didn't have permanent diarrhea. Do you still have your gall bladder? ... (17 replies)
... geon told me I had a slightly longer than normal colon to begin with, so that helped, but he did also say that while these stories of chronic diarrhea after such surgery are rampant, as often as not, bowels not only return to normal, but like mine, they are virtually normal 3 days after the operation. ... (17 replies)
... umor is actually in the ileocecal valve, so I clearly will have to have that out. The doctor who did my colonoscopy said I would not be able to have laproscopic surgery but that I would need to be opened up and have a resection. ... (17 replies)
... Hi Janatee, Thank You so much for your detailed reponse and I'm very happy for you for not having to go through a surgery. I will be seeing two more surgeons to get their opinion. Stay healthy and thanks again for your input, Elaine09 (17 replies)
... They further found a "polyp, colon, 60 cm, tubular adenoma" but made no remarks on the biopsy further about that. ... (13 replies)
... Thanks SO much, Cancer Dad. It's unbelievable something like this could develop out of the blue in just two years since her last clear colonoscopy -- from clear to obstructed! I reckon that's what "poorly differentiated" means -- super fast growing!! I just pray that the biopsy sample showing it hadn't penetrated beyond the submucosal stroma holds true for the rest of the... (13 replies)
... PS Tubular Adenoma 60 cm describes the tumor... it's tubular shaped, and 60cm away. ... (13 replies)
... Thanks, I needed to hear that. Do you still have your gallbladder? (17 replies)
Tubular adenoma
Jun 22, 2010
... I know it must be scary. I know a person doesnt want surgery or parts of the body removed. But, thank God it is only what it is right now. Thank God there are options for you to correct the problem. ... (4 replies)
... Hello Elaine09, So sorry to hear about your problem. First let me tell you that my polyp was not IN the Ileocecal valve, it was on a ridge nearby. Its like a ptotrusion in the wall of the colon, but it was near the "terminal valve" and appendix. The gastroenterologist that did the first colonoscopy said he could go in, remove part of the colon where the polyp was (including... (17 replies)
... Janatee, I was shocked to hear your Doc could remove your polyp that had grown into the ileocecal valve by performing the colonoscopy procedure. I am facing with similar situation and would like to get more information from you if you don't mind. Was your successful procedure done by a surgeon or a gastroenterologist? Did you have a large broad-based polyp located in... (17 replies)




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