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Ulcerative colitis, ulcers in colon, rectum, blood in stools, mucus with blood. Cancer risk?

hi i m pateint of ulcerative colitis since 8 years. i m taking masacol 3+3+3 pr day nd 125 mg imuran pr day. i have ulcers in descending colon sigmoid colon nd in rectum . whenever i need to go to washroom sometimes fresh blood came out wd hard stool sometimes mucus wd blood came out 3 to 4 times pr day.i want to know is there risk of having cancer? after how many years i have risk nd how many percent? surgery is best option for me in ur opinion or not. i also want t know is it possible to remove only damaged part of colon instead of entire colon . kindly plzz give me ur suggestions i will be very thankful to u
Asked On : Wed, 16 May 2012
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ulcerative collitis patients remain like this on medicines
chances of cancer are just like of normal patient can have
according to newer studies the food protein react with many patients to cause this
i will advise to go for blood serum tests for specific antibodies for milk wheat potato or common proteins you take daily
eliminating those proteins can help you according to my experience trying this bnefore going to drastic steps may help you
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