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27 year old with symptoms and concerns...
Hello guys. I am a 27 year old guy who has been experiencing odd changes in bowel movements for the last...More
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ONE YEAR SINCE DIAGNOSIS 6 MONTHS SINCE SURGERY
I have found that my son been to many doctors, had high CEA count but until my family Doctor told him to go...More
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ONE YEAR SINCE DIAGNOSIS 6 MONTHS SINCE SURGERY
I have found that my son been to many doctors, had high CEA count but until my family Doctor told him to go...More
Posted by Anon_62785
Thickening of the Uterine Wall
I am a 64 yrs. old female that has experienced vaginal spotting, extended pelvic area, bloating gasiness and...More
Posted by An_255892
Control of emotions
After Stage 4 diagnosis, colostomy and start of chemo and frequent adjustment of pain medications, despite what...More
Posted by glm0675
female colon cancer post treatment problem
Several years ago I underwent successful radiation agressive treatment for colon cancer and I am cancer free...More
Posted by An_255618
20 years later colon problems
It has been over 20 years since I survivor stage 3 col-rectal cancer with 6 months chemo and 28...More
Posted by survivor20yrsplus
Alcoholic dad had colon cancer. What are my chance...
I am 36 yr old and my dad was diagnosed and died with colon cancer at 57. He used to be a heavy alcohol...More
Posted by An_255390
Keep losing weight after the chemo treatment
Hi, My mom finished her chemo treatment in Apr 2013. She's healthy now with the low-meat diet. But she keeps...More
Posted by hglanvu
Healthy colon removed
I had a rectal prolapse surgery and the doctor removed 2 feet of healthy colon due to redundancy. Is this...More
Posted by An_255229

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my 51 yr old sister was just diagnosed with colon ...
just today i got the 2nd saddest news in my life my youngest sister was just diagnosed with colon...More
Posted by gigiboomboom
Worried about this lump
Hi everybody! Iv'e had this swollen area to the right of my belly button and it has been 2 years since i had...More
Posted by dante1234
Lump under the skin in my buttcrack?
First off... I have absolutely NO idea what community this topic would belong in... I honestly don't think I...More
Posted by supppkayla
Can You Share What Your CEA Counts Are?
I am so worried. Can you all share with me what your CEA counts are? Mine is 4.8 and I'm a non smoker. I get...More
Posted by bbbaaammm
mom's metastatic colon cancer
Hello....my mom was diagnosed in 2010 with colorectal cancer and has an iliostomy. Has been treated with...More
Posted by jenrivela
CEA is up again
My CEA was done on Nov. 15th and it is up to 4.8. It has never been this high before. I do not smoke, never...More
Posted by bbbaaammm
Personal Health Records
Dear members of the WebMD, I would like to invite you to complete an online survey questionnaire to...More
Posted by armin27950
colonoscopy
anyone heard of a young adult female age 25 needing a colonoscopy?
Posted by stormchaser59
Nausea and fatigue
On 11-19-13 had my first chemo treatment and having side affects. I did ok for the first 24 hours then im...More
Posted by mcowan123

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