My dad has Multiple Myeloma - His doctor says there is a 100% cure...but in pamphlets and others it says it has a temporary cure - stem cell transplants and bone marrow transplants...did anyone you ...
Twice now, we have been to the Dr. and been treated for strep. I am concerned because the knots are still there. Someone mentioned that they had heard some leukemia symptoms were knots in the neck. I ...
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it is possible. stick to the docs diet, be very cautious until you know for sure how you body reacts to treatments.
also make sure its not an ulcer or gall bladder problem. my friend & mom were diagnosed w/D, turned out one had an ulcer, cured and the other had her gall bladder removed. both very happy and healthy now!
good health to you!
Don't let 2 terms confuse you,
Diverticulosis, seems 1/2 the people over 50 haveit to some degree.
Diverticulitis , ifs an inflammation, believe me, you'd know if you had it, and you must see a doctor ASAP
his is a question best left to your doctor.
Need a lot more info, your faml history, age,. any symptoms, etc
Dorothy and Toto
Cancer is the product of poor nutrition, low oxygen and 'stressors'. If your body determines that the diverticulitis is a sufficiently great stressor, and the other conditions apply, you will get cancer. Most people who have diverticulitis don't get cancer. Here is a good way to accurately assess your cancer risk--
Right now, it is estimated that 40% of all Americans will get some form of cancer in their lifetimes. Don't get alarmed yet, though.
In a study of hundreds of people over a 20+ year period, it was found that EVERYONE in the study with hypothyroidism got cancer within 8 to 20 years of the diagnosis of hypothyroidism, while NONE of the people with normal thyroid activity and hyperthyroidism developed cancer during the study period.That is VERY SIGNIFICANT, and can predict your chances of getting cancer. So, if you have low thyroid activity, you need to take a thyroid supplement.
Symptoms of Hypothyroidism--
Weight gain or increased difficulty losing weight
Coarse, dry hair
Dry, rough pale skin
Cold intolerance (can't tolerate the cold like those around you)
Muscle cramps and frequent muscle aches
Abnormal menstrual cycles
The most common cause of thyroid gland failure is called autoimmune thyroiditis, a form of thyroid inflammation caused by the patient's own immune system.
Among other stressors, the mercury, nickel and cadmium in our dental work decreases thyroid function.
"The End of Cancer", Page 60, Dubois and Lubecki, ISBN 1887314075, and
There are many things that can go wrong.If you have diverticulitis,Please go to "web MD.com and read how to take care of your self.Possible complication,if it would become infected,you would need surgery to remove part of colon.This happens when folks forget they have it and eat the wrong foods. Get the info you need so you can leave worry free.
I don't believe so. The main thing that turns into cancer of the colon are polyps. And if caught early enough and removed, has a high cure rate.
This is a small exerpt from an article I found on the web. Hope it helps.
Although there's no evidence that diverticular disease increases your risk of colon or rectal cancer, it can make cancer more difficult to diagnose. Because of this, your doctor may recommend a colonoscopy after you've recovered from a bout of diverticulitis along with more frequent cancer-screening tests. A colonoscopy is a test that allows your doctor to examine your entire colon and rectum for abnormalities using a long, flexible tube with a tiny video camera at the tip (colonoscope).