Colorectal cancer screening: Reasonable cost, high efficiency.

Colorectal cancer is a very common gastrointestinal cancer. In men, colorectal cancer is second only to lung cancer and prostate cancer, and in women, colorectal cancer is second only to breast cancer. Colorectal cancer is a serious but curable disease if detected and treated early. Therefore, periodic colorectal cancer screening is a necessary job to ensure the health of each of us. In today's modern society, because colorectal cancer is closely related to diet and living activities, the incidence of the disease is increasing.

Colorectal cancer  screening: Reasonable cost, high efficiency.

When to get screened for colorectal cancer?

The signs of colorectal cancer are often “ignored”

  •     In the early stages, colorectal cancer often progresses silently and quietly, so it is difficult to detect. Therefore, when we have one of the following signs, we should screen for colorectal cancer as soon as possible
  •     Disturbances of defecation: such as diarrhea, persistent constipation or thin and flat stools, Feeling sad to have frequent bowel movements, passing stools without completion, blood in the stool mixed with stools, black stools.
  •     Frequent abdominal pain.
  •     Fatigue often.
  •     Unexplained weight loss.
  •     Having a close relative (parent, sibling, child) with colorectal cancer or adenoma polyps.
  •     People who have had adenomatous polyps removed or have been diagnosed with colorectal cancer.
  •     Have intestinal diseases such as ulcerative colitis or Crohn's.
  •     Have a rare inherited polyposis syndrome such as FAP or Lynch syndrome (HNPCC).
  •     People who have had radiation treatment to the abdomen or pelvis.

Factors that increase the risk of colon cancer

  •     Family history of colon cancer
  •     Have you ever had colon polyps?
  •     Age: The older you are, the higher your risk of colon cancer.
  •     Lifestyle: Some lifestyle factors that may increase your risk of colon cancer include:
  •     Diet high in fat and red meat, or processed meat, low in fiber, Sedentary, smoking, alcohol abuse, Obesity
  •     Familial ductal polyps (FAP)
  •     Hereditary non-polyposis related colon cancer (HNPCC)
  •     Inflammatory bowel disease – People with Crohn's disease of the colon or ulcerative colitis have an increased risk of colon cancer. The increased risk depends on the number of foci of inflammation and the duration of the disease.

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