The exciting conclusion:
Today I saw a general surgeon because he was the only surgeon who could see me away. He checked out my bum and saw imeadieatly that I have an anal fissure, and tiny fistula and an abscess. He pulled some strings and got me into the colorectal surgeon who I had wanted to see. She fit me in and under local anesthesia drained my abscess, placed a drain and addressed the fistula. I feel better already!
I am just amazed that last week I was subjected to 4 rectal exams and not one of the doctors had any idea what they were looking for. The general surgeon was not surprised. He said the ER is definitely not the place to go to get help with an abscess.
I hope that sharing my experience helps someone else avoid misdiagnosis in the future.
Female age 38- ,2 teens.
Colon Cancer - DX March 2013
Age 34 at DX - Stage III B
Resection surgery -May 2013
FOLFOX - June, 2013 to Sept, 2013
5FU plus leukavorin Sept, 2013 to Dec, 2013
METs liver and lungs discovered Sept, 2015
KRAS - MSS
FOLFIRI plus Avastin - Sept, 2015 - July 2017
Durvalumab and Cediranib Sept 2017 -current
CEA at recurrence:10.1/august, 2015
CEA: 1.9 February, 2016
CEA: 16.4 March 2017
CEA: 90.1 October 2017