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Is Absence Of Pain Normal When Diagnosed With Colon Cancer?

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Posted on Fri, 14 Oct 2016
Question: I have been told by 5 doctors that I have colon cancer,but I experience no pain.A friend told me I don,t have cancer,then. Is this true?

There is an indication that I have a hernia.
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Answered by Dr. Ratnesh Pandey (10 hours later)
Brief Answer:
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Detailed Answer:
Hello
This is difficult to diagnose accurately about you problem with limited information.
This required a details analysis of your case along with investigation.
I would request you either visit any good Gastroenterology or share the details of your complain including all diagnosis and blood report.
That will help me to analyse you case and then only i could suggest you the next line of treatment.
The common symptom in colon cancer are
1 Change in bown habit. Constipation / Diahorea
2 Rectal bleeding or blood in stool
3 abdominal pain cramp
4 Weakness
5 Weight loss

If you notice any above symptom then its time to start treatment without delay.

Meanwhile i am sharing a link read it carefully and compare your symptom
http://www.medicinenet.com/colon_cancer/article.htm


Advice CT Scan
Hope this is clear to you

In case of any query feel free to ask

Thanks
Dr Ratnesh

Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Nagamani Ng
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Follow up: Dr. Ratnesh Pandey (36 hours later)
I have a 5-6 cm. tumour and a spot on my liver and lung.Is this serious?In my colon. Is this serious?
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Answered by Dr. Ratnesh Pandey (12 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Followup

Detailed Answer:
Hello
This is serious condition and i would strongly suggest you to visit your physician for his opinion without delay.
Any delay in treatment may lead to some serious issue to your health.
You may be required some more test to confirm the diagnosis.

Hope this is clear to you.
In case f any query feel free to ask

Thanks
Dr Ratnesh
Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Veerisetty Shyamkumar
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Is Absence Of Pain Normal When Diagnosed With Colon Cancer?

Brief Answer: Details Required Detailed Answer: Hello This is difficult to diagnose accurately about you problem with limited information. This required a details analysis of your case along with investigation. I would request you either visit any good Gastroenterology or share the details of your complain including all diagnosis and blood report. That will help me to analyse you case and then only i could suggest you the next line of treatment. The common symptom in colon cancer are 1 Change in bown habit. Constipation / Diahorea 2 Rectal bleeding or blood in stool 3 abdominal pain cramp 4 Weakness 5 Weight loss If you notice any above symptom then its time to start treatment without delay. Meanwhile i am sharing a link read it carefully and compare your symptom http://www.medicinenet.com/colon_cancer/article.htm Advice CT Scan Hope this is clear to you In case of any query feel free to ask Thanks Dr Ratnesh