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Posted 28 Aug 2013 by • 5 answers
What does it mean when your stool is black? With bowel movments twice a day I only see black stool after I exercise sometimes or out of the blue some days. I take seroquel xr and a vitamen d supplement.
Posted 2 Jan 2013 by • 3 answers
I have peripheral neuropathy as a result of chemo therapy for colon cancer. I was prescribed Neurontin (300mg X 3) by my oncologist. I cut back to 2 before bed, helped me sleep and feet felt good in the morning. Took one during day to reduce pain. My GP wanted me on Cymbalta to 'work from the ...
Posted 1 May 2011 by • 3 answers
Husband has ben on oxycodone 5mg with tylenol... seeing things that are not there... talking about things that might of happened 30 years ago. very confused..he has colorectal cancer. he is taking the drug for pain
Posted 23 Apr 2017 by • 1 answer
I take tramadol for my lupus discomfort but, it doesn't help my rectal wart, while oxycodone does. Is taking both safe?
Posted 7 May 2011 by • 5 answers
My neuropathy comes from getting chemo for colon cancer, then I also received more chemo after being diagnosed with ovarian cancer. My last chemo was Dec. 2010 and the neuropathy seems to be getting worse as the months go by. I'm already on a high dose of neurontin and my doctor is already ...
Posted 29 Jun 2010 by • 2 answers
Four yrs ago I was diagnosed with rectal cancer @ 36yrs. old. Since it was aggressive, I had to have my rectum taken out through my abdomen, the cancer cut out and the rectum replaced. For healing time, I had to wear a temporary colostomy bag (which was the wost time in my life!!! ) and after 9wks, ...
Posted 30 Jul 2013 by • 3 answers
My dad is dying of Colon Cancer.
Loperamide - I had colon cancer surgery in 1995. They took out my large intestine and made a j pouch
Posted 31 Dec 2013 by • 3 answers
Loperamide - I had colon cancer surgery in 1995. They took out my large intestine and made a j pouch with my small intestine. I’ve been using these ever since because it is the only brand that works for me. I recently started thinking about how much $ I’ve spent all these just by ...
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Posted 17 Sep 2009 by • 2 answers
Just started Erbitux. The nurse gave me Lubriderm for dry skin. Is there something better for the face? I have oilly skin normally.
Posted 25 Oct 2009 by • 1 answer
Posted 12 Nov 2012 • 2 answers
My husband has severe redness and blisters of his hands and pressure points on the sole of his feet.what makes it better?
Suprep - I am clear of colon cancer for 1 year and this will be my second colonoscopy. It states in?
Posted 14 Nov 2012 by • 2 answers
... the instructions that the carcinogenic potential is unknown? This scares me that they would even state this even if the threat were nil!
Posted 15 Jan 2014 by • 2 answers
... colon cancer. Then it spread. His prostate, bladder, rectum, colon, etc., have been removed. He is 50 years old. Chemo was given a few days ago and he has been suffering immediately with a terrible rash EVERYWHERE. The worst is on his scalp, face, chest, and moving everywhere possible. Can ...
Posted 9 Apr 2015 by • 2 answers
I have had colon cancer and need to have a colonoscopy every two years due to a genetic condition. Too much stress and the prep just makes it worse. So, does the Suprep really have a tolerable taste?
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