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mum has rectal cancer and has had chemoradiation before a planned operation. if mum is overweight at 16 stone can she still have this operation done. Do you see this be early stage? If so what stage ...

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Development of rectal tumour which is small sausage 5cm or so by 1cm. Approx. ...

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my sister has just found out she has rectum cancer, the doctor has said its bad its slow growing cancer. colon on top of her rectum it's about 9.5cm he said it was slow growing she has had ...

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My fiancée has recently been diagnosed with rectal cancer . We will know soon if it has spread. My question is this...does this type of cancer usually metastasize? Or just sometimes. His CBC numbers were ...

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Sir I have a fear of rectum cancer as inhave a discomfort in my anus area. Will a gastro doctor able to find cancer in rectum by incerting his fing in my anus or i need colonoscopy . ...

Public Forum Discussions

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My father is 68 years old and he suffering with cancer in rectum. The stage of cancer is four .... At that position can I start the Cancer treatment. ...

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My friend (aged 43),(mother died of breast cancer aged 57), has been diagnosed with rectal cancer, (located15cm within her rectum), that has been within her body for 12/18 months, key hole surgery has been ...

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Hi, my aunt is suffering from rectal cancer for over a year. She is 50. She consulted doctors already treatment started for this year. she completed Kemo therapy 4th stage that side effective is very ...

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my brother in law has rectal cancer. had surgery to remove tumor. he was not abl to get chemo due to low tolerance. radiation produced scar tissue and a second surgery is too risky. pet scan lit up ...

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My son is 50 and has rectal cancer. He had chemo and radiation before he had surgery and an elliostomy bag put on. He is now going thru another round of chemo for 12 treatments every other wk. he gets ...

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was diagnosed with Rectal Cancer, the surgery was a success and they feel they have gotten, she ... to support/celebrate that and were wanting to wear the color symbol of Rectal Cancer, however i cannot seem ...

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Back in July I had a few cases of rectal bleeding after a bowel movement. Two were days apart ... the bloody stool. Again, there was a LOT of blood in the toilet. I am starting to really worry about rectal ...

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I had rectal cancer removed in October 2008 and the reversal in July 2009. I then started on Chemotherapy for secondary cancer in January 2010 until August 2010 with a rest and then restarted Chemotherapy ...

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My sister (age 52; 5 9 ) was diagnosed with rectal cancer 2 weeks ago. She was told she would need a temporary bag. Then they determined it to be a melanoma and changed that to a permanent bag. Why the change ...

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DOSE BUT EXPERIENCED SEVERE DIARRHEA. MY CONCERN IS THAT I HAVE BOWEL PROBLEMS AS A RESULT OF RECTAL CANCER. IS THERE ANOTHER MEDICATION I CAN TAKE FOR THE INFECTION. ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Rectal bleeding is not always cancer, it can be hemorrhoids as well. See a doctor.

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It is normal to have pain after radiation. It is because of the local tissue destruction and inflammation by the radiation. So take painkiller for this. Please hit thanks.

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hi thanks for choosing healthcare magic There is no single treatment for mucositis, as it largely depends on which type of mucositis you have and exactly what caused it. things may not be helpful if you have gastrointestinal mucositis caused by high-dose chemotherapy. sucralfate and dibucaine may be helpful if hydrocortisone and xylocaine are not effective. Thanks