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Colon Cancer Hip Pain
Well at your age?: Listen, you are still young but all is possible. First however you need a good examination of your hip. Any pain when you move it? If nothing there than based on the clinical examination, severity of your pain, lab test, an abdominal ct, colonoscopy etc. Etc. Should be down\e. But first the hip is to be examined. First go to a primary care doctor he may refer you to specialist if needed. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Concerning : Leg pain could be associated with colon cancer. You should see your oncologist and should get appropriate imaging for the area that you have pain in. This pain could also most probably be muscle or skeletal pain but since you have colon cancer you should get checked out. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Hi I have pain on my left hip betwwen hip bone and final rib. Is this associated to any colon cancer.
Colon cancer: Less likely. Colon cancer commonly present with GI symptoms first if any. Risk of colon cancer is determined by age, family history of colon cancer under age 50, personal history of colon cancer or polyps, and high risk genetic syndromes. Under age 50, the risk of colon cancer is relatively low unless with high risk features as above. However, if your pain persist, you should be evaluated. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I'm 20yo,with no family history of colon cancer,for over a month,I feel like there is a little thing in my left side near my hip bone,is it cancer?
20yo,with no family history of colon cancer,have soft stool for nearly my whole life,lately feeling a light pressure my lift hip area,afraid it cancer?
Don't worry: Your concerns about the possibility of cancer are unfounded. Colon cancer usually presents in someone over age 50 with a change in bowel habits, decreased caliber of stools, detection of occult blood in the stool, or iron-deficiency anemia. Colon cancer doesn't usually present as some sort of pain. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Many father has colon cancer spread to the liver and now both legs are swollen with fluid to the hips. How to we relieve this fluid?
Anywhere in the: Abdomen depending on the size and invasion of the cancer, and the other organs it can affect. By the time colon cancer causes pain, it is way too advanced for a cure. That is why you need to have tests such as fecal occult blood and colonsocpy for early diagnosis while the cancer is curable. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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