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Is Blood Work Normal With Colon Cancer
Colicky/bloated pain ulq, can pinpoint it sometimes. Comes and goes. Loose stool x10 days, foul smelling. Some nausea. Abd xray, u/s normal. Blood work normal. Colon cancer? 25y f. No family history.
Cancer is a group of diseases that is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth leading to invasion of surrounding tissues that spread to other parts of the body. Cancer can begin anywhere in the body and is usually related to one or more genetic mutations that allow normal cells to become malignant by interfering with internal cellular control mechanisms, such as programmed cell death or by preventing ...Read more
What are the odds of a 18 year old with all normal blood work and no family history having colon cancer? Change in bm looser stool no other symptoms
Colon cancer RARE: 90% of colon cancer is in people 50 and up. The average age of a patient with colon cancer is 72. The odds of an adolescent having colon cancer is 0.31 in 1 000 000. You should discuss your many concerns about colon cancer with your doctor. A simple stool test may help reassure you. Good luck. ...Read more
Weight loss of 3 pounds since September. No diet or change. Worried about colon cancer as I have read unexplained weight loss can be a sign. I suffer from health anxiety. So my thoughts are racing. No thyroid problems. Blood work was normal in May 2017.
Anxiety focused on: Health issues suggests a POSSIBLE phobia or Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Continue to see your doctor and please see a mental health professional for diagnosis and treatment. Please don't use medication only. Therapy can be more long-lasting and empowering. Peace and good health. ...Read more
My blood work shows high mpv and low ferritin what could This be? Can low ferritin be colon cancer? And high MPV I read can mean risk of stroke
Iron deficiency: Not to worry. At your age, unless it runs in the family, there is extremely low chance this is colon cancer. Likely what your tests say is that you just have a little iron deficiency. This is very common to see in young healthy females as a result of menstrual periods and not enough dietary iron intake. The elevated MPV is likely due to secondary effects of the iron deficiency. Keep your follow up ...Read more
Black little dots in stool. Would colon cancer stools be thin one day then be normal the next? I did have blood in stools for two days only last week
Not sure: I am assuming that you do not have a significant family history for colon cancer. Colon cancer can result in thin stools but I would think that they stay that way. Blood in the stool can indicate possible colon tumor (polyp) or cancer but it not very common for patients your age. I would reccomend that you see a dr. To find out the cause of your bleeding. Internal hemorrhiods could be a cause. ...Read more
I had a blood test done at my doctor and everything was normal. He said this means I probably don't have Colon cancer. Could I still have colon cancer?
24 y/o male. Occasional flat or thin stools. But usually normal. No blood (that I know of). No real abd pain. Occasional constipation. Colon cancer?
Worried I might have colon cancer due to change of bowel habbit. My habbit return to normal for a few weeks then go of cycle then return back to normal. Never a persistent change. Been diagnosed with ibs after full blood test came back clear?
19, male having diarrhea right after normal stool, watery, blood test fine, no blood or constipation, can it be colon cancer I'm scared!!!
I have been having thin stools on and off doctor ran cbc and everything was normal im very scared about colon cancer 18yr old male no blood or pain?
Diarrhea: Colon cancers are not common at the age of 18. May be this is some infectious origin or issues with digestion. Some people even have lactose intolerance. What test did your doctor ran? If there is not infection or food poisoning, then look for the cause of diarrhea due to digestion problem. ...Read more
Had red blood, black stool 3 weeks ago for 3 days. Had hemiglobin and occult test 2 days ago and all normal. This does mean I have no colon cancer?
GI consult, EGD: Limited data available as reported. Colon cancer is rare at such an young age. Bright red blood usually from lower GI tract, or hemorrhoids, fissure etc. However black stoll is concerning for upper GI bleed. Need a GI/Gastroenterology evaluation, EGD/upper endoscopy, H Pylori testing, Upper GI series etc. Contact PCP for GI referral. Go to a health tap doctor for a formal consult with more details ...Read more
Chronic constipation for years while on levothyroxine 50mcg. 25 y/o f. Type #1 on bristol. Thyroid blood work says it's controlled. Diet stinks. Past 2 weeks diarrhea, no appetite. Colon cancer?
Unlikely: There are many reasons for constipation and for diarrhea. Typically colon cancer presents with bloody stools or no symptoms. It's also unlikely in young people which is why colonoscopy screenings are recommended after age 50, unless you have significant risk factors like family history or other certain medical problems. If you have diarrhea for >2 weeks, you should seek medical attention. ...Read more
1 Morning stool test done.2-3 pus cells. SGOT 62, No blood. Blood test-mild eosinophilia. I have lipomas in my body. Sonography normal. Colon cancer, lipoma?
Persistent painless lower belly bloat/pressure, stool sticks to bowl, normal color, no blood., split stream urine for years. Symptoms not progressing. Colon cancer? No fam history.37 yrs old.
Get checked: The lower belly pain is non-specific adn could be from many other causes including gas, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome or several other conditions including celiac disease. Sometimes, people can have blood in their stool but can't see it. I suggest evaluation by a gastroenterologist and he/she will determine whether you need a colonoscopy or other evaluation. ...Read more
I had a ct scan with contrast and blood work. All is good. I have brown pencil skinny stool with stomach pain. Should I worry about colon cancer?
31 yo RUQ pain x 8 mos. No weight loss- CT w contrast abdomen &pelvis normal- (GI tract WNL on CT) CMP, CBC, fecal occult blood normal- used to have constipation regularly now stools nml- pain in same spot all the time- could this be colon cancer?
None: Blood in an ostomy punch can be many things. Is it a colostomy or ileostomy? Why was the surgery done, history cancer or diverticulitis or colitis? How long ago was the ostomy surgery? Bleeding does indicate need for a doctor evaluation. Can be ostomy appliance irritation, colitis, etc. There is no cancer staging associated with intestinal bleeding. ...Read more
Not sure: Depending on your treatment history and related health problems, this has a higher probability of being very serious. Please call your oncologist now or proceed to the ER (bring any advanced directives information with you). ...Read more
I just moved my bowels and it was really hard coming out I saw a streak of blood. Worried its colon cancer?
Probably not cancer: Blood streaking on a hard bm is more likely related to the local trauma of passing stool. Blood mixed inside stool is much more concerning. I would recommend a bowel program using a high fiber diet and a diet supplement like Benifiber 3-4 times a week. When stools are no longer hard, if you still see blood, or if there is a family history of colon cancer then you should have a colonoscopy ...Read more
My dad had colon cancer. I'm 21male. I had bright to Maroon colored blood when I wipe & some in toilet. It first happened 2months ago and has returned?
Not Ca: The presence of colon cancer based for the most part on Weinbergs 3 hit theory where unless one has a congenital form of polyposis it takes three separate events over many years to induce cancer. Maroon stools suggest a bleeding problem which could be related to vascular malformation or internal hemorrhoid. Cancer as a cause at age 20 rare. If problem persists then colonoscopy indicated. ...Read more
No: However, blood in stool should definitely be a flag. That is why colonoscopy is being recommenced as a screening tool....To find cancer before they cause obstruction or bleed enough to be detected. Screening criteria are always changing with the research. Your doctor will guide you. ...Read more
Guaiacs-: Are actually tests of thin films of stool to discern if there is hidden blood beneath visiblity, so-called "occult blood". It is a great screen, that if positive leads to a closer, less comfortable, more expensive test: colonoscopy. After 50, you get one per decade without occult blood in stool! ...Read more
Establishes baseline: You will almost certainly have normal liver functions, blood counts, and CEA at present, but these will be monitored into the future. Any change can be an early sign of cancer recurrence, so continue to get checkups! I have had many patients who neglected their cancer follow up and died as a result. ...Read more
If I don't have a family history of colon cancer and I have bright red blood on bm, should I worry?
Could you tell me if the colon cancer is making you feel ill, would this cause your blood pressure to increase?
Can acute diarrhea with a little blood in it, for a week be a sign of colon cancer? Never had long lasting diarrhea before!
My friend says she has type IV colon cancer, and it is blood borne, so she is going to have chemo. What does it mean when it becomes blood borne?
Spread via blood: This means that tumor cells have spread to distant organs or sites via the bloodstream. ...Read more
This morning I moved my bowels was very hard I saw blood on tp. I am concerned it's colon cancer 41 no fam history. Everybody tells me it's a hemmrd?
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After a blood transfussion do blood readings vary. Bilirubin yest was 12 now today 19! Blood transfussion given last night as hb was low. Colon cancer pt.
Transfusions: Blood transfusions include more than just the red blood cells. Often breakdown products of damaged cells like bilirubin will be present and cause a jump like you have noted, especially if liver function is low. Bili can also jump when there is antibody-mediated destruction of red cells, so it might be wise to have the antibody screen done at cross-match repeated to look. ...Read more
If blood in the stool is red, it may be from a hemorrhoid. This needs to be evaluated and treated, but is fairly common.
If the blood or stool is darker (black) and has a 'tar-like' appearance, it is more indicative of a bleed in the upper areas of the GI tract. This is more significant and needs more prompt evaluation and treatment.
Seek evaluation by a qualified professional asap to differentiat. ...Read more
Michael's Mission: Please check out www. Michaelsmission. Org it is a very informative website about colorectal cancer. ...Read more
Not always: You don't want to bet your life on this. ...Read more
What to do if I have blood in my stools sometimes, does that nescesarily mean I have colon cancer?
I moved my bowels this morning it was hard and I saw a streak of blood. 41 no family history of colon cancer.
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