Caat55 wrote:That’s good news. Stay healthy and well in these challenging times. I am schedule for colonoscopy in two weeks, my second since surgery, first since reversal.
kiwiinoz wrote:Loved the news, and loved the photos. Are you starting to think of cancer less now?
kiwiinoz wrote:Do you run around those fields when it is not snowing? You live in a very beautiful place.
kiwiinoz wrote:How is your running? You still running your 5km at 4.15 pace wasn't it? That is good, really fast.
Where do you run and what sort of time (morning, evening) do you run?
Atoq wrote:Hi! Today I had a new rectoscopy and they also give me the results of the CAT scan of abdomen and ecography to the lungs. Everything is fine, CEA normal.
Next check in six months!
Now I will celebrate with a walk in the fields with my dog:
All the best
Atoq wrote:Caat55 wrote:That’s good news. Stay healthy and well in these challenging times. I am schedule for colonoscopy in two weeks, my second since surgery, first since reversal.
Thanks! How are things where you live?
Good luck with the colonscopy, I did not get any painkiller or sedation with mine after surgery but it was not painful at all.
All the best
Caat55 wrote:That’s great news. I have also had good reports, clean colonoscopy and got moved two a three year recheck.
Atoq wrote:Last week I had the six months check and everything is fine. I had however not a CAT scan but ecography and rectoscopy.
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