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Metastatic Colorectal Colostomy Bleeding From Rectal Stump
Just had a colostomy reversal and bleeding from the stoma incision, just came home from hospital yesterday?
Probably: Just a seroma but since the wound is a contaminated wound due to the presence of the stoma before, the risk of infection is considerable. I usually don't close these wound to avoid an infection and let them heal themselves. If the drainage continues or get cloudy or thick, redness around wound you need to go promptly back to your surgeon for a wound check. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My sister has had hemmoroids, she hasnt had bleeding in 3 yrs and is having a colostomy, do you think it will come out okay if she hasnt bled since?
My 2.5 years old daughter had colostomy reversal 3 months ago. She still scream with pain while passing stool. Also she has bleeding. Is it normal?
NO : Nothing about this situation is normal. Your child should see the surgeon who performed the reversal immediately! ...Read more
In the colostomy operation for colorectal cancer, what happen if the colostomy bag is broken? And how does this affect the daily activities?
Dramatically: The bag attached to the colostomy site serves the purpose of keeping the stool and intestinal waste products confined. If the bag broke, it would be messy and foul smelling, affecting your activities of daily life. A secondary bag should be available at all times to make the switch if needed. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the colostomy operation in colorectal cancer? Does the waste go outside of the body, come back in using the colostomy bag, eliminate by anus?
Colorectal cancer surgery and colostomy? Why does the doctor have to do a colostomy as part of colorectal cancer surgery? What is it exactly (a hole in my abdomen?) and how long will I have it?
Some : Some ostomies are for ever and other temporary. For low rectal cancer a temporary may be use to proted the new conection alowed to be healthy.If the cancer is to low involving the muscle to control the stool a penmanented ostomy is need. Yes a stoma is a open in you abdomen that alowwed a small portion of teh bowel to come out and it is cover by a ostomy bag. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Colorectal dr said i have fissures and hemeroids, 6 months later having rectal bleeding and pain, its sporadic. do i need to be seen again? Or no?
I'm my dad's caretaker he's been having rectal bleeding and i seen two 2 in. White worms in the toilet his stool tests came back negative i'm stumped?
I'm 30.Afraid of colorectal cancer due to rectal bleeding+other symptoms.Can PCP order virtual colonoscopy or must I visit gastro? is virtual good?
Depends: This depends on many things. Anatomy, obesity, male pelvis can be very narrow, how long a time between surgeries, amount of scarring and inflammation, reason of prior surgery (infection vs. Cancer), overall health, etc. Many variables. Should be successful. Review with your surgeon their expectations. ...Read more
Pretty common: Just keep the area clean as you would any scratch.Should stop soon. ...Read more
Can you recommend colorectal sugeon and gastro dr. In louisville, ky? My surgeon insists bleeding not from abscess surgery. Gastro ignored abscess.
Colorectal surgeon: Susan galandiuk, M.D. (502) 583-8303 lowell katz, M.D. (502) 584-6666. ...Read more
How can I distnguish between bleeding piles and colorectal cancer other than undergoing colonscopy?
My 15 day old's cord stump looks like it got snagged and is bleeding a bit. Is this normal? Should it come off by now? Doesn't seem to hurt him.
Colorectal surgeon says bleeding since abscess surgery for 4 months ago not related to surgery. Husband just had colonoscopy and treated for crohns.
Not sure ? Ur asking: Perianal abscesses are common with crohn's, often pre dating diagnosis. Bleeding is commonly from ulcers in colon, but also common after anorectal surgery, due to friable scar tissue and daily trauma from bms. If u are asking is the bleeding from his surgery, his surgeon says no, so no cause for alarm. ...Read more
Colorectal doc said I need surgery for external hemorrhoids (also have internal ones). NO bleeding or pain, just feel like need to push in muscle after BMs. Is surgery really nec or are there other options can be tried first?Hear surgery very painful
I have had abnormal monthly bleeding for 3+ yrs. I tried birth control pills, had a hysterosonogram which showed polyps and fibroid. I had a dnc and the abnormal bleeding stopped for 3mths, then it came back. Md stumped. Ideas?
Dysmenorrhea: At age 30, the likely causes are the cervical polyp and/or the fibroid. These tend to bleed and heal and bleed again. If the D&C debrided all the tissue, then it is a mystery. Possibly, the procedure left behind some abnormal remnants of the fibroid, and may need to be re debrided. Sometimes, ocs are prescribed for individuals who continue to have abnormal periods. If that doesn't work, D&C again? ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Lack of surveillance: Patients who have had previous colorectal cancers have risk of recurrence or metastasis based on their original diagnosis and treatment. Lack of careful follow up increases your risk of missing recurrence or metastasis early when it can be managed aggressively. Careful surveillance is the best way to catch anything early. ...Read more
Chemo & RARE sx/rads: Chemo represents answers one through nine, however, if one has a solitary metastasis in the liver that is able to be surgically removed safely, this could be answer 10. Also, focused radiation (cyberknife or radiosugery as it it called) can sometimes be used to treat isolated mets if surgery is not possible. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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