My appetite has been lacking lately im 22 and don't smoke and. No family history of colon cancer what are odds I have cc? Is.It all in my head im scared

Very unlikely... At 22 you have a very low likelihood of having colon cancer. Other causes for lack of appetite such as depression, anorexia, flu/cold, among many others would be thought of first. That being said, a sudden and unexplained lack of appetite should be worked-up. Please see your health care provider.
Unlikely you have cc. Loss of appetite can be caused by many reasons, but with your age and lack of family history, it is extremely unlikely. I would see your doctor if it persists or if you have unexplained weight loss.

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With no family history of colon cancer and im 22 if I have poor appetite what is the chance it could be cause of colon cancer?

Very close to zero. Without a family history of polyps or early cancer chance is as close to zero as you can get. But are you loosing weight or having diarrhea? That would need to be checked out. Read more...
Highly unlikely. At your age, the most common cause of a poor appetite would be emotional, such as depression, anxiety, or tremendous stress. There are also medical conditions (like ulcers or bowel inflammation, problems in the pituitary, chronic infections or inflammations) that can decrease your appetite. Medications and drug use (like cocaine) can also cause a poor appetite. Please see your doctor to evaluate. Read more...

Why is there so many websites with youbg people claiming they have colon cancer when the statistics show it qs veing rare in under 40 im 22 22 what are my realistic odds? I have no family history jus nausea

Don't know.. What web sites you are looking at, but seeing something on the internet that is not produced by a well recognized source is not likely to be useful to you. Nausea is rarely a sign of cancer. Have an examination with your doctor. Use reputable web sites such as www.Cancer.Org. Read more...

What are the incidence of colon cancer in my 20s im 22 by the way with no family history?

Very low. This question has been asked many times here recently. Consensus seemed less than 0.06% from doctors reports here. Read more...
Very very low. http://seer.cancer.gov/statfacts/html/colorect.html from 2005-2009, the median age at diagnosis for cancer of the colon and rectum was 69 years of age3. Approximately 0.1% were diagnosed under age 20; 1.1% between 20 and 34; 4.0% between 35 and 44; 13.4% between 45 and 54; 20.4% between 55 and 64; 24.0% between 65 and 74; 25.0% between 75 and 84; and 12.0% 85+ years of age. Read more...
Less than 2 percent. You have no family history. Incidence increases with age. At 22 it is really low untill you have family history of famillial polyposis syndrome. Read more...

How likely is I to get colon cancer? 22 male I don't smoke or drink and no family history just a lack of appetite is that a main sign of colon cancer?

Lots. There are a large number of conditions that can cause weight loss. At your age colon cancer is low on the list. It is a good idea to see your doctor because there are a large number of easily treatable thing that you might have. You deserve to get this resolved and go on with your life. Read more...
Not likely. Without a family history a 22 year male is highly unlikely to have colon cancer. Lack of appetite may be due to many causes would require a detailed history, physical examination and lab and/or imaging studies. Please consult your doctor. Read more...