Patient: sphincter preserving surgery and 6 months of chemotherapy, chemotherapy has been completed for 2 months, my dad felt when urinating
Patient: sphincter preserving surgery and 6 months of chemotherapy, chemotherapy has been completed for 2 months, my dad felt when urinating a cut wound, defecate drier. Would like to ask what is the situation? Wound recurrence or recurrence of cancer symptoms? I heard that the need for regular inspection after surgery, I would like to ask the doctor, how much time interval as well? What tests are needed for each inspection? Look forward to your diagnosis and treatment. Thank you
Dongguan People's Hospital anorectal Li Xingqian: Hello: according to what you said, the treatment of rectal cancer has been completed stage. It is recommended that every three to six months to be examined within two years, including CT, MRI, and tumor markers (dynamic), and the most simple is the doctor's examination. In general, the majority of tumor recurrence within two years. Hope that regular inspection, timely detection of problems.
Patient: hello! Thank you very much for your reply. If the patient urinate occasionally feel a cut wound in the left side (or Zhe Teng) excuse me, this case is wound healing or sequela? Or other symptoms? In addition, dry stool is normal? He's been told to eat more fruits and vegetables. I am looking forward to your reply. Thank you
Li Xingqian: Hello: Dongguan People's Hospital anorectal anastomosis pain is frequent. May cause pain is low 1 anus, rectal compliance of the new normal has not, not the normal storage quantity of manure, so the increased frequency of defecation, anal not clean, intestinal juice is alkaline, stimulate the skin around eczema like change, patients feel local pruritus and pain; 2 anastomosis stimulation of anastomotic inflammation appeared and increased secretion of anastomotic nail off stimulation can appear local discomfort or pain. This situation can be used to protect the mucous membrane, such as too much suppository, the conditions can be done - He Ne laser irradiation, to help alleviate symptoms.