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Diagnosed with colon and prostrate cancer. On medication. Weakness and pain in the pelvic area. Suggestions?

My father 74 y/o was diagnosed with prostate and colon cancer, was on therapy and medication. He was complaining of weakness and pain on his lower extremeties and more on pelvic area. He is complaining of frequent headaches as well. He is a/ w for neurosurg r/v for query parkinsons desease, nil tremors noted. I am so worried about him. Please help.
Asked On : Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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Sorry to hear about your father's condition. What therapy is he receiving for both the cancers?
Pain in the pelvic area can range from a harmless condition to metastasis in that area. With the background of cancer, it is better to get metastasis ruled out by doing a abdominal CT scan.
I am sure the neurologist will also order a CT/MRI of the brain, which is going to rule out brain mets as well.
It is important to support him at this stage because he is suffering from a lot of problems. Hope he gets well soon.
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