Colon diseases rectum

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Avatar f tn e. inertia of colon (motility disorder) I feel leaving some part of rectum/ colon would be wise coz it will make the surgery easy/ less of fecal soiling problem lateron/ less chances of leak from anastomosis.
Avatar m tn They resected my colon and removed the entire rectum. They were able to reconnect the colon so I did not have to have a colostomy. But now I have a constant feeling that I have to have a bowel movement. I take 3-4 Imodium per day. I need to get back to work but worry I may have problems. My work is very physicial for 8 straight hours.
Avatar n tn Ulcerative colitis is a disease that causes inflammation and sores, called ulcers, in the lining of the rectum and colon. Ulcers form where inflammation has killed the cells that usually line the colon, then bleed and produce pus. Inflammation in the colon also causes the colon to empty frequently, causing diarrhea. When the inflammation occurs in the rectum and lower part of the colon it is called ulcerative proctitis. If the entire colon is affected it is called pancolitis.
Avatar n tn I have got checked out and the doctor said that she didnt find any blood in my rectum. So do u think I can rule out colon cancer. She said that maybe I need to stop eating hot foods. Thanks for your help.
Avatar m tn Hi i had surgery last year which was removal of the whole large bowl because of UC but my surgeon left the rectum and a bit of the large colon for the future chance of a reversal. A few months later my ileostomy is fine but i started bleeding from the bottom end again i have been put on prednisolone and sulphurzalasine suppositeries but nothing has helped i had a endoscopy and it the results where that i had UC again in the large bit of colon and my rectum may have proctitis.
Avatar f tn On the other hand, colonoscopy evaluates only rectum, sigmoid colon, descending colon, transverse colon, ascending colon, and terminal ileum (very end of small bowel).
Avatar n tn I had ulcerative colitis and had to have my colon and rectum removed. I have something called a J-pouch to replace my rectum and generally everything works well! Several times I had motility issues with my small intestine but it was medication related (anethesia from surgeries close together, anti-diarheaa) and improved within 2 weeks.
Avatar m tn Dear Mike, It could be a rectal polyp/ or grade II piles. Colonoscopy is not good for rectum (it is or colon) if doctor is not very careful, ur problem is in rectum. Consult a surgeon or a gastroenterologist and ask for "proctoscopy".
Avatar f tn Hi, I'm a nutritionist who has been suffering from chronic bowel problems my entire life. As a result I've learned a great deal about them. I hope I can help you. First of all, are you on a high fiber, low animal fat diet? (Be honest with yourself) In other words, do you eat lots of whole grains like..brown rice, whole wheat bread, oatmeal,etc..and raw vegetable salads, raw fruit, and beans?
Avatar f tn Six years ago he was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis, and it extended from inside his rectum all the way up and around the first bend in his colon. He never took medication for it, because he's hardheaded - but he smokes, and the nicotine had kept him from ever having any flare-ups. Today he had a follow-up colonoscopy, and the doctor seemed very shocked to find that my husband has absolutely NO signs of ever having the ulcerative colitis.
Avatar f tn Call your doctor and explain you have only had two bowel movements in a month. If you really have only pooped twice in a month and have been eating normally, your colon is full of hard, impacted fecal material. Don't take anything (laxatives or anything) lest it increase the pressure on the hard stuff that is blocking things.
Avatar m tn I had a small bowel movement from my rectum this morning. This is after I had an acute ruptured sigmoid colon and diverticulum. I had an emergency operation 7 1/2 weeks ago and now wear a colostomy bag.I assume that my colon is not connected down there and this occurrence scared me a little. Is this normal, to have a regular(small) bowel movement?
Avatar n tn short version i had severe rectum pain on jan 12th went to doctor last tuesday he looked in rectum came back said you have herpies simplex i tested that day for herpies 1 and 2 then three days ago using the same blood sample the infectous disease doctor sent in for igg test and igm test today they called and said it was negative so monday i go back to rectum doctor with 30 years working in the rectum field he is taking a culture of my sores in the rectum i feel 90 percent better trying to find
Avatar f tn they had to remove all of my colon they left 3CM of my rectum. The surgeon that I have is awsome and would recomend him 100%. His name is Dr. David Scheotz pronounced Dr.Shets he is out of Lahey Clinic Burlington MA. I believe the phone # is 781-744-5527. Good luck!
Avatar n tn If there is some sort of inflammation in the rectum or colon, then antibiotics, maybe prednisone and a change in diet can help your kitty feel better. Let us know how this goes, and good luck to you both.
Avatar f tn what means? mise d'une sonde endo-rectale et opacification retrograde de produit de contraste baryte, progression normale du produit dans le rectum, le colon jusqu'au bas fond coecal avec passage de produit de contraste dans le grele spasme coliques diffuse sans lesion suspecte visible de soustraction ( tumeur ) ou lesion d'addition ( diverticule ou ulcere ).
Avatar m tn this is not a video stomach but colon
Avatar n tn I have fluid around my rectum diagnosed by sonogram in Jan 08 and by CT June 08. The fluid amount is greater on the CT. The CT was then followed by a CT-guided drainage of "pelvic" fluid, which after two attempts could not yield any fluid. I have had two bouts of terrific abdominal pain, one in April and one just before the CT, that lasted two days each. My internal med doctor felt that originally it might be kidney stones vs liver disease vs diverticulitis.
Avatar n tn Can you describe the pain you feel? Abdominal pain is rare in colon cancer. Cancer of the colon and rectum can exhibit itself in several ways such as: bleeding from your rectum or blood mixed with your stool; fatigue and pale skin; abdominal distension; abdominal pain; persistent nausea or vomiting; unexplained weight loss; change in frequency or character of stool; sensation of incomplete evacuation after a bowel movement or rectal pain. The duration of symptoms usually takes 14 weeks.
Avatar m tn if a young men just have wart on his hand and if he have sex with another men or women and his semen enter rectum/anus , can it cause genital wart or colon cancer or another cancer ?(because his semen and penis contact rectum and anus ) and if rectum has a cut and semen contact blood can it cause hpv or cancer or genital wart?
Avatar m tn Hello. It isn't safe to place something in your rectum such as deodorant as you've been advised on a previous post. We advise you to go to the ER for this experience.
Avatar n tn My moms dad was diagnosed with colon cancer in the last 2 years as well as Chrons. Cancer is everywhere in my family on my moms side. So I am a bit paranoid but am not receiving much help from my doctor. Just concerned and determined to feel better.
Avatar f tn I had Rectocele graft When the Doctor did the surgery he some how went through my colon. I was very sick after surgery stayed in hospital 3 days. I had trouble having bowel movement. I had infection and sick for 2 weeks. I was telling the DR. that something was pulling and hurting my tail bone and worse with bowel movement. He looked in my rectum and said the arm of the graft was through the colon and stitched to my tail bone he cut the arm in half.
Avatar f tn Cancer has spread beyond the middle tissue layers of the colon wall or has spread to nearby tissues around the colon or rectum. Stage IIB: Cancer has spread beyond the colon wall into nearby organs and/or through the peritoneum. Stage II colon cancer is sometimes called Dukes B colon cancer. Stage III Stage III colon cancer is divided into stage IIIA, stage IIIB, and stage IIIC.