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colon cancer symptoms, if any.?

A: The link has info on family history, best test (colonoscopy), symptoms, and other info. Early stages usually have no symptoms. Waiting to detect blood could be waiting too long -- colo-rectal cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer deaths. Don''t wait. Insist on a colonoscopy by an experienced doctor. Good luck to you. Best way to beat colon cancer is to prevent it. Strip of paper test is ok (they actually check for blood in yout ****, as that can be a sign of cancer) but the best thing is to get a colonoscopy done. It is generally recommened...


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colon cancer symptoms?

A: no one seemed to really answer your question. symptoms of cancer depend on the duration in between. if he has bad symptoms one week, the next week has no symptoms and the week after they come back then no it''s most definitely not cancer. it doesn''t work like that. the symptoms are usually pretty gradual, are fairly constant and get worse over time. 22 is too young for colon cancer unless he''s a freak case. it''s NOT colon cancer.. period! I think maybe he has a ulcer? Internal hemorrhoids are common and bleed from time to time. If your...


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colon cancer symptoms and prognosis

A: colon cancer can manifest it self with rectal bleeding, unexplained weight loss, nausea, vomiting,constipation, abdominal distension, internal bleeding, iron deficiency anemia, fatigue, stomach cramps, gas,bloating etc. But these symptoms can be seen in other conditions also like hemorrhoids, intestinal obstructionetc.So, proper evaluation is required for confirmation of diagnosis. Prognosis depends upon the stage of thedisease, kind of tumor and it?s location. Consult a oncologist for further assistance on this. Best....
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advanced colon cancer symptoms

A: Five year survival for stage IV colon cancer is 20%, and depends on response.  He isn"t responding really well.  It is possible he may have mets to the brain, an MRI would supply the information. Speak with your doctor regarding protocols for patients like your husband.  A single lung met might be a candidate for resection as is a small single lobe liver met or two.  Diffuse disease is not treatable other than with chemotherapy.  I am sorry....
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colon cancer symptoms and tests

A: According to your symptoms (mucous and blood in the stools, abdominal cramps, constipation…) there are several possibilities that need to be checked: intestinal infection, ulcerative colitis, Chron’s disease, celiac disease, diverticulitis, hemorrhoids, colon cancer etc. A CT-scan, X-ray image, and blood work are not enough to exclude all the possibilities in your case. You may also need to perform an occult blood test, microbiological examination of the stool, and most important – colonoscopy. You may want to consult an internist about this....


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colon cancer symptoms

A: Dear Don,   You are definately having colon problems, but what they are I can not diagnose....  I "strongly" suggest that you do not delay in seeing your doctor....  What you are describing here is NOT normal and you need to get to your doctor for proper tests to determine a proper diagnosis....  This may or may not be related to cancer, but you need to find out what your problem is and get the proper treatment.... thank you,   karen...
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colon cancer symptoms and Diagnostic Protocol

A: symptoms of colon cancer depend upon a tumor’s localization. Tumors localized on the right side of the colon (colon ascendens) usually manifest symptoms after the disease has already spread throughout the body and include: weight loss, and general bad health. Tumors localized in the left side of the colon (colon descendens) manifest symptoms earlier because of the bowel obstruction they cause (ileus). Tumors in the left colon are usually accompanied with abdominal pain and constipation. Other diseases are also responsible for the same
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Diverticulitis symptoms vs. colon cancer symptoms?

A: Well the symtoms of most problems with the colon are the same. There are only so many symptoms that are possible, ie. diarreha and/or constipation, abdominal pain, blood in the stool. So yes it could be colon cancer but only a look see via the colonoscopy will be able to rule it out. However, given you Mom''s history of course the culprit is still more likely to be related directly to the diverticulitus Thank you very much. I am just so nervous and she really hasn''t kept up with going for her colonoscopys over the years so I guess it is just fear of the unknown. She isn''t bleeding (so she tells me) and I don''t think the attacks...


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colon cancer symptoms - Just Had colonoscopy

A: So pleased for you and also thankyou for posting this for us all. I am sure it gives others hope in that we can sometimes drive ourselves crazy thinking the worst. Happy holidays. ...


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What are the signs of colon cancer?

A: Colan cancer is usually detected when a person has a colonscopy and polyps are removed and tested. There are very few early signs of the cancer if any. Unusal bleeding from rectum during bowel movements can be one, but this can also be from hemmroids. As the cancer progresses you can have severe abdomial pain and mayby a blockage ( can`t pass stool or pass only liquid). Everyone should have a colonscopy before age 50. If you have any abnornal pain or are just worried, see your doctor.. My mother had colon cancer that went into her lymphnodes. Ironically, the symptom that sent her to the doctors was a little bit of...


 
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