Overall increase is small, though, adding 1 cancer per 1,000 women treated
by shoppinggirl14 on Mon Nov 14, 2011 01:44 AM
I'm 2 years in remission after being diagnosed, and treated for Vaginal Cancer. I was wondering if anyone has experienced Radiation Proctitis as a side effect? I have had 2 occasions with blood in my stool. I'm tested on a regular basis, and just recently had a colonoscopy with no cancer or polyps. However, they did see radiation proctitis and have given me a script in case it occured again. It occured again tonight and I'm just wondering how common this is? My next check up is first week of Dec. I have no pain or discomfort, just the blood in the stool. Thanks for any advice.
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