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Colon Cancer: Symptoms, Prevent and Treatment

, September 07, 2020 WAT
Last Updated 2020-09-07T13:49:08Z
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Ways to prevent colon cancer


There has been a lot of fuss about colon cancer lately. Most recently, Black Panther actor Chadwick Bosman also died of the disease. Earlier, the late actor Irrfan Khan also came to the end of his life and suffered from colon disease for a long time. At present, many people are terrified and worried about this issue. Let's take a short tour of the town of Colon Cancer today.

But before that, it is important to know that

What is the colon or what is its function?

When we eat food, it passes through the mouth, esophagus, and first accumulates in the stomach. From then on the digestion starts. It then passes through the stomach and enters the large intestine, completing the rest of the digestive tract. This is the colon, it is basically part of this colon.

Its main function is to push the excreted and indigestible part of the food out of the body in a special way and move it forward which is later excreted in the form of feces. At this time, it also absorbs water, ions, vitamins from the indigestible part of the food.
Now the question is if this large intestine is cut off, will people survive?
Of course, it survives, but in that case, you have to tie something in the shape of a packet outside the body with the small intestine. However, it is more likely to be infected later. Anyway, let's get to the real thing.

'Colon cancer'

The large intestine consists of four layers. At its innermost layer, at first, some abnormal cell formation begins and forms a polyp. However, it does not transform into a cancer cell. Then, as it slowly transforms into cancer cells, it spreads to the rest of the surrounding area, and finally to other organs.

There are basically five stages of colon cancer.

(0,1,2,3,4)
The three steps at 0,1 and 2 are usually called the initial steps.
The symptoms of this period are,

  • 1) Constipation
  • 2) Diarrhea
  • 3) Changes in the color and shape of the stool
  • 4) Bleeding with stool
  • 5) Excess gas in the stomach
  • 6) Flatulence
  • 6) Stomach pain
The rest of the stages are basically the late stage or the late stage of transition.
The symptoms of this period are,

  • 1) Excessive fatigue / fatigue
  • 2) Weakness without any reason
  • 3) Weight loss
  • 4) The change of stool is more than the previous month
  • 5) Even after defecation, there is a feeling that defecation is not complete.
  • It's never right.
  • 6) Vomiting
Then when cancer leaves the colon and spreads to other organs, the symptoms are:
  • 1) Jaundice
  • 2) Swelling of hands and feet
  • 3) Shortness of breath
  • 4) Chronic headaches
  • 5) Blurred vision
  • 6) Bone fragility
Colon cancer is not well understood at first. That is why most of the patients go to the doctor or when they are diagnosed with the disease, cancer goes beyond the early stage to stage 3 or 4.

Let's see who is at risk for colon cancer or who is more likely to get the disease -

1) Older people: People 50 or older
are a little more at risk.
Although it can affect people of all ages, most people with colon cancer are in their fifties.
2) If you have ever had colon cancer or have had polyp problems in the colon or have ever had colon disease before, then you are at this risk.
3) If someone in your family has ever had this disease, it means someone in the blood relationship.
4) Consumption of high-fat foods as opposed to low consumption of vegetables.
5) If you sit in the office or school or college all day without any physical work or exercise or do much less physical work every day.
6) Diabetes
6) Excess body weight
6) Cigarettes, alcohol
9) The disease is more common in Americans and Africans.
10) Those who work night shifts every day.

Now let's come to the solution or the work that can be done to avoid this risk.

  • The first step is to reduce the consumption of red meat, such as beef or pork, as well as processed meats such as hot dogs and grills.
  • Stay away from fatty foods. These increase the risk of colon cancer.
  • Eat healthier foods such as vegetables and fruits.
  • Maintain body weight (BMI) according to height.
  • Exercise regularly (at least 30 minutes).
  • Avoid bidis, cigarettes, alcohol.
  • Controlling diabetes.
  • If you are over 50, get a health check-up at least once a year; And if the family has this disease, then the rest of the family should be extra careful.
Worldwide, 1 in 23 men and 1 in 25 women develop colon cancer at least once in their lifetime.

The number of people suffering from colon cancer is increasing day by day. Another thing is that ordinary toilets mean that the risk of colon cancer is much lower if you use non-commodities.
Colon cancer is the third most common cancer in the United States. About 1.5 lakh people are being diagnosed with colon cancer there every year.
However, if colon cancer is detected early, it is possible to cure about 80 percent of the patients. But in the case of patients who go through the 3rd stage, 40 percent of the patients recover. And in the last 4th stage, 10 percent of the patients recover and some of the remaining patients die and some continue to suffer.
Those who have seen the movie A Little Bit of Heaven must be aware of colon cancer, where the heroine Kate Hudson plays a last stage colon cancer patient.
Cartoonist Charles M. Schulz, British actress Audrey Hepburn, US President Ronald Reagan, and many more celebrities have died of colon cancer.
Let us all be aware of and prevent colon cancer. 
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