I don't know that I have a missdiagnosis as much as no diagnosis. Ten years ago I was diagnosed with colon cancer and as a result I had fourteen inches of my colon removed and received chemo along with large doses of radiation. As a result I have frequent periods of diarrhea and a sudden need to evacuate especially after a meal due to the loss of the lower portion of the bowel, just above the rectum. However, in the past year I have began to experience severe stomach cramps and despite ct scans, endoscopy exams and numerous drugs such as omeprazole and others, I persist in my symptoms. Could the radiation have caused scaring which is just now showing up, or is there some other cause that doctors are missing. Any feed back would be appreciated.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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