The good news about having Lynch, is that there we are not high risk for recurrence
. The bad news is that we are still high risk (compared to the general population) for a host of other gastro-related primary cancers, as well as brain, skin, and most recently, breast. However, after colo/rectal and endometrial cancer in women, the risk factors, while still high, drop dramatically. Lynch Syndrome International
is a great site with good information. Here's a link to a chart showing lifetime risk statistics, http://www.lynchcancers.com/index.php/for-professionals
(which I personally try not to obsess over). I've made peace with my Lynch status. I receive excellent treatment and through a multitude of agressive screenings throughout the year, I figure if I'm going to get another primary cancer, it will at least be caught early.