michelle c wrote:This is the reason you need to have a colonoscopy every year - to check and remove any polyps. With Lynch, polyps generally grow quicker, and so the risk for colon cancer increases, hence the need for yearly colonoscopies. It is more than likely benign. Try not to stress while waiting for your results. You could consider surgery to remove your colon. Maybe this is something you could look into. Hang in there. Sending positive vibes your way. Best wishes x
Buckeye wrote: . . . I am not sure if a polyp can turn cancerous in 9 or 10 months? Anyone have thoughts?
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