What are the chances of a for the most part healthy 16 year old female with no family history of cancer getting colon cancer?

Not worth a worry. Colon Cancer typically occurs in middle aged and older folks.It is extremely rare under 30 years of age. So you need not worry about it unless you develop some serious symptoms which may then require a visit to your doctor.

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Chances of a 19 year old healthy male with no family history of colon cancer to have colon cancer?

Unlikely. This would be very unlikely. Might be seen in certain syndromes such as familial adenomatous polyposis (fap) syndrome. Colon cancer typically presents at a later stage in life. The median age of diagnosis of colorectal cancer is around 69 yrs. Approx. 0.1% were diagnosed under age 20. Pretty unlikely. Certainly symptoms may warrant investigation, but again, likelihood is low. Read more...
Nealy nil. Colon cancer is rare in young people without predisposing genetic anomalies. Without a family history it would indeed be rare for a 19 healthy year old to have colon cancer. Read more...

Is colon cancer common for 36 year old male with no family history?

No. Colon cancer is at your age of 36 is 0.25%(2.5 chances in 1000)over the next 10 years ,9.2 chances in 1000 over next 20 yrs. So the answer is it is very RARE for your age.If you are having colon symptoms see your doctor.Good luck. Read more...
Not common. The disease, a complication associated with inflammatory bowel disease is more frequent as a field effect which has developed in the bowel secondary to viral entry such as the polyoma virus. The normal cells begin to genetically transform and eventually result in carcinoma most prevalent in the 50's and 60's years of age. A select, small polypoid group can also transform to Ca. 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

Low. You are young, so risk is low, but young people could get it. With only symptoms of loose BM, I would first talks about irritable bowel, or change in diet. Depending on how long u had symptoms, and travel history- may be inflammatory disease or infections. But unlikely based on loose BM alone. Read more...
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...

If I had clean colonoscooy 10 years ago, no family history of colon cancer, no issues, iscologuard ok?

Maybe one day. There are large studies underway right now to answer that question. The US Preventative Services Task Force has not yet decided on whether the fecal DNA test is enough on its own to screen for colon cancer. Read more...

I'm 22 what are the odds I have colon cancer with no family history or heridatry chances of getting it. Ithink about having it everyday it bothers me?

Lighting strike. You are also at risk of being struck by lightening. Does that bother you? If there is no family history of early colon cancer, you are not at risk of colon cancer at your age. When you turn 50, get a screening colonoscopy. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. Read more...