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Esophageal Polyps And Cancer
Maybe yes, maybe no: The fact that the thing could be removed in its entirety without major surgery (if I understand you right) suggests either "they got it all" or "it wasn't turned bad yet." We'll see. Good luck. ...Read more
I had a sessile serrate adenoma0.7x0.4x0.2 cmonly 27/f no history cancer in family! why? So scared as its precancerous what can I do to not get more polyp
I will have a colonoscopy dr found 2 polyps in simgdoscopy do all polyps are cancer? Do they grow back after they are removed?
Relax: Great majority of polyps are not cancer. Usually takes several years to develop cancer. Polyps>1 cm in size are most noteworthy. Most important colonoscopy is your first- to find polyps that developed over the decades. Should get follow up exams. Frequency depends on polyp number, size, type, family history. Discuss w/ md. Colonoscopy made headway in fight against cancer. Talk about diet, activity. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
LOW RISK: The vast majority of gb polyps are indeed benign. Any polyp less than 10mm is considered inconsequential. Ultrasound annual monitoring of gb polyps is reasonable, at least to establish if they are stable and not enlarging. It would be reasonable to assume that a small and stable, or shrinking, polyp would be benign. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a sigmdoscopy dr said he found 2 polyps and recommend colonoscopy for removal how long should I wait most for colonoscopy? Could become cancer?
Immediately: A sigmoidoscopy only checks the distal third (sigmoid) portion of the colon and colon cancer can occur anywhere in the colon. Since you had polyps, they may need to be biopsied if they were not. Since your dr. Told you to get a full colonoscopy, especially with your hx of polyps, and not to mention the need to check your whole colon, then get it done. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am 18 with long line of cancer in my family, had a colonoscopy today and six polyps were found. The biggest was 15mm, is it most likely cancer?
Unlikely: It is unlikely that it is cancer, but ask your primary are provider if genetic testing is appropriate. Familial polyposis is a condition where preventative colon resection is sometimes contemplated. Better to get all the info now, so you can make more informed decisions. Wait for the report, and don't worry - it won't change anything. Hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had a colonoscopy at 42 & polyps, 2 were removed, no cancer. I am 52 so do I need to get another since it's been 10yrs, like soon? Having no problems.
Colonoscopy/Polyps: If you had a colonoscopy 10 years ago and you did have colon polyps then, you should have another surveillance colonoscopy even though you are without symptoms. Colorectal cancer is a silent disease. You might not have any symptoms however, once you started noticed symptoms, it might be too far advance, which is why we have surveillance program and preventive measures. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dr cattano you answered regarding my gallbladder polyps so now do I demand removal as I am petrified this is cancer?
Observe or surgery: Gall bladder polys have high incidence of developing malignancy if they are 2cm or more, very small polyps could be observed, you don't have to demand speak to your doctor which group you belong to, but most of the time lap cholycystecomy . Is prefored choice. ...Read more
If i had a high dysplasia polyp that was removed, what are my chances of getting another. How long does it take a polyp to turn into cancer?
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