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polyps could be resectioned. He explained that I should probably do Chemo and then surgery. What do you ...- rectal cancer . I also just went through an ultasound and they found that my cancer had not spread ...

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I have rectal prolase from child birth and want to know if there s any kind of surgery that s not major to treat it like with lasers? ...

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my mum has early rectal cancer and is undergoing chemoradiation before surgery. Her stools are black now we are 2 weeks into treatment. Is this normal please? ...

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My husband has rectal cancer . It has been decided that he can't have surgery, because of COPD and other problems.What options are there for him. He is 85.c ...

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I have had rectal bleeding and am waiting for surgery for .burst haerroids. Recently I have had bladder problems. Bladder feels full a lot of the time. When I go to the loo it is not a lot only first ...

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had a defecography and was recommended retopexy with re-section. I m very nervous about this surgery ...I m 58 years old and had a partial hysterectomy in 2000 and now have rectal prolapse and a returned ...

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the second surgery failed and I am not sure if something that was resected was supposed to be or not because ...I am not sure. I had a second Proctopexy for rectal prolapse in 2012 and the surgeon removed 5cm ...

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On jun 13, 2011 I had a colon resectioning (cut the infected area) I had a laparoscopic surgery. My ... from the resection surgery? ...

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also discovered during a routine colonoscopy, enough that it took two colonoscopies and a resection to remove the polyps. At least one was becoming cancerous. I have had cysts and rectal bleeding for years. I ...

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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 ... sick and only wants to do half of his chemo treatments. How crucial is the chemo after surgery? ...

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I need a rectal prolapse repair. But I want a doctor with years of experience who does this all the time. Can you recommend a doctor near me that does this type of surgery. New York City, or Philadelphia ...

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I have been diagnosed with rectal prolapse, and am schedued for surgery in two weeks. I have the usual symptoms described, I also have developed numbness in my thighs and legs. I wonder if the bulk ...

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I was wondering if there is a device that could help an 80 year old woman who has a prolapsed rectum. She is no longer a candidate for surgery. If there is some type of product (like they have ...

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Sir, myself Shankar 39 year having problem of rectal bleeding for past few days... rectal bleeding starded for two day and stopped itself without any medication.... Earlier in 2005 i had a surgery for anal ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Hi, Clinically it might be not. After resection biopsy histopathology is important. Excision is necessary.

doctor1 MD

Surgeons can do it, visit a surgeon

doctor1 MD

Hello, the most common cause is the presence of dilated hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids can be internal (invisible without endoscopy) or external (easily visible). Other potential causes include tumors, colitis (could be ischemic, infectious, autoimmune etc), telangiectasias (abnormal blood vessels), anal fissures etc The presence of pain is important because it may exclude some diagnoses. Kind Regards!