One year later
Hello everyone. I was 38 when they found my tumor in my colon. It was removed and I had a left colectomy it didn't spread anywhere else but I had 6months of chemo in case. My first colonoscopy a year later it came out clear in sep 2017 I have my first scan but for now I am NED. I wanted to know if anyone still has problems with their bowels? I can go 6 times a day to being constipated I don't have my gall bladder either and heard that affects your bowels also. Thank you for the help.
I was diagnosed with colon cancer last summer at 43 years of age. I was blown off by doctors for 5 years due to my age. I finally had 9 inches of my colon removed in July. No chemo or radiation was needed and I am supposed to be cured. I fear that cancer will return one day but for now I am thankful. Don't let any doctor tell you that you are too young for colon cancer. Get a colonoscopy if you...
Just got back from oncologist she says all the results from blood and CT scan look great.... She scheduled me for an appt in July and told me to continue doing what I have been. Prayers and Faith along with sensible eating and a bit of exercise. Surgery was done 12/28/2012..
Hi everyone! As of yesterday evening, Mary was out of the ICU and in a regular hospital room. She is sleeping a lot. Doctors are trying to determine how well her kidneys are functioning. She is definitely doing better, but still needs our prayers. Thanks!
Mary is currently intubated in the ICU, due to her lungs filling with fluid. She is currently being kept under sedation and is completely reliant upon a ventilator in order to breathe. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers today. Thanks!