Seeing whole medications in your stool can be disconcerting, but there is likely a rational explanation for this phenomena.
A lower gastrointestinal bleed is not only scary, it can potentially be a life threatening condition. Learn about the causes, tests, and treatment.
You can complete stool testing for colon cancer in the comfort of your own home if you have a prescription for the tests.
A few minutes of exercises daily can help you tighten your rectal sphincter, which in turn might help you ward off incontinence in your future.
From family member to primary caregiver, taking care of your loved one while they fight cancer can be an emotional rollercoaster.
We should all be wary of any diet claiming to cure cancer. Explore the different popular cancer fighting diets currently being promoted.
Although most causes are typically benign, chronic rectal pain can be a sign of colorectal cancer. Learn more about acute and chronic anorectal pains.
Chemotherapy drugs are excreted through body fluids during and after the actual treatment. Caregivers must learn how to protect themselves from accidental exposure.
Cytoreductive surgery with HIPEC, known better as hot chemotherapy, is emerging as a treatment option for advanced metastatic colorectal cancers.
It's an ugly term, but chemo brain is a very real phenomena. Following chemotherapy for colon cancer make sure to talk to your doctor if you are suffering memory loss or confusion.