Most colon cancer cases begin as a small growth in the colon. Polyps in the colon might be or might not be cancerous. When these polyps in the colon turn to colon cancer, the patient might have the following symptoms:

  • Blood in the stool
  • Narrow stool
  • Diarrhea alternate with constipation
  • Tight stomach
  • Large abdomen
  • Lump in the abdomen

Currently, there is an innovative technology which is called Colonoscopy that can detect the polyps in the colon in the early stage even if the polyp is just 2 mm. small. Once the polyps in the colon were detected, it will be removed to be sent for biopsy and to reduce the risk of colon cancer in the future. Colonoscopy is the safest and most precise way to prevent colon cancer nowadays.

For more information, kindly contact colorectal surgery clinic or call +66(0)2-734-0000 ext. 4500, 4501.

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