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Is Cin Iii Treatment The Same As Cis
Wrong Forum: That answer, to give it justice, would require a forum much larger than this simple application. We only have 400 characters to answer your question. Can you be more specific with us with one concern? Or you may want to consider webmd.com or the NIH website to start in learning about lung cancer. ...Read more
Depends: End of life issues with advanced cancers can be daunting. Life expectancy is best estimated by the treating physicians who know the most about the cancer, how aggressive it is and the patient's health. As a support person, you can go with your loved one to appointments to clarify and learn about the cancer. Hospice care versus second opinions on the treatment may help you. Be well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the treatment if one person has all of these: protein s, protein c and anti thrombin III deficinecy?
Stage iii-b crc removed surgically 2 weeks ago, 3 days ago surgery was performed to remove post op adhesion blocking the small intestines, suggested chemo is capeox. When should treatment begin?
Adjuvant chemo: Adjuvant chemo for stage iii colorectal cancer would be combination of 5fu/oxaliplatin or capecitabine/oxaliplatin. Chemo can be started as soon as you are recovering well from your surgery. It can be started 4-6 weeks from surgery-providing that all surgical site is healed. Good luck. It is not a common thing to have a colon cancer at age of 30- thus a genetic counselling/testing is recommended. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My fil has been diagnosed with oesophagal cancer III stage. How do we know whether he is getting worse or not? He is following Ayurvedic treatment. But he is now having constant temperature, no appetite and vomits everyday. Breathlessness and nausea are o
Conventinal : Treatment: from what you described, he is not getting better. There is no objective evidence that ayurvedic treatment is effective for esophageal cancer. Please consult an allopathic doctor for conventional treatment that may be more effective in controlling cancer, providing pain relief and comfort. ...Read more
Pap Smears: Cin 1 is the stage the cervical cells are at on your pap smear. The changes range from zero to five. Zero being no prediction that you could be at risk for cancer and five being cancer. One is a common early warning stage. The next step is usually a colposcopy to make sure there are no worse changes and to treat what they can see to normalize and lower your risk for cervical cancer. ...Read more
Hey- 8 months ago CIN 1 in pap smear test and now the pap was good?- i didn't do any treatment- how can it be possible?- is the test reliable? Thanks
You should be happy: The pap test is fairly reliable. Cin 1 can regress and go away, it often does due to immune response that the body tends to mount to an infection and clear it up in most cases. ...Read more