Thetoad wrote:I typed in 'recurrence statistics for colon cancer after two years' and found a few articles. Some do mention two years and 'the chances reduce dramatically after two years' etc. But I'm trying to avoid looking things up as I've found it a bit unsettling at times! I will be at two years and five months this coming Wednesday. All good so far.
Now at four years, six months and six days. Recent CEA 1.8. Nurse is pleased and I am hopeful. The start was emergency surgery for a complete blockage and the surgeon's comment of, 'one more night and we could have lost you. The worst I've ever seen' I'm writing this to encourage anyone who is feeling a bit lost. Best wishes.
Emergency extended rt hemi November 2013.
Complete blockage, small perforation.
22 Lymph nodes clear.
Yearly appts appts and 6 monthly CEA tests.
Incisional hernia repair, mesh Nov. 2014.
CEA 1.4 on 28/7/17
27/5/17. Gallbladder removed, open.
Good consultation Feb. 2017
CEA 1.7 on 16/11/17 colonoscopy ok Jan. 2018
Nurse pleased, March 2018. CEA 1.8. One more CEA test and hopefully last appt in November, 2018.
Prostate cancer, Gleason 7 (3+4) Sept. '18.