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10 November 2017 12:51 Post ID: #1560198
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No not Christmas, Cancer.

Those of you that know me from hof will already know that recently I have had bowel cancer. At 35 I was very young to have bowel cancer. I had polyps but over years they developed into a Dukes A cancer so luckily I haven’t had to have chemotherapy. 8 hours of surgery and two weeks in hospital I still consider myself very lucky but if I would of gone to the doctor sooner I probably would of had a straight forward procedure to remove the polyps. Saying that if I would of gone later no doubt it would of spread. The reason I post this message is to raise awareness. If you have anything that is worrying you, any lumps bumps or bleeding, please go and get yourself checked out. I hand on heart will even come with you.
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10 November 2017 12:55 Post ID: #1560199 - in reply to #1560198
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Good Luck Mate.

And you are so correct about taking care of the Prostate and Bowel.
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10 November 2017 13:11 Post ID: #1560200 - in reply to #1560198
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That's good news mate.
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10 November 2017 13:22 Post ID: #1560206 - in reply to #1560198
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Yes, I saw that my little Persian, hope you continue with your recovery. You are correct of course, blokes will generally 'put off' getting stuff looked at, it's the way we are brought up. And to be honest a lot of the health service is geared towards women's health, women's well being. Not that it's not there for blokes, we just don't go to get stuff checked.
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10 November 2017 13:30 Post ID: #1560210 - in reply to #1560198
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I have a test kit to do and send off waiting in the bathroom. I will do it as soon as possible!
Good luck Hampton Persian Wick
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10 November 2017 13:54 Post ID: #1560217 - in reply to #1560198
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Hampton Wick - 10/11/2017 12:51

No not Christmas, Cancer.

Those of you that know me from hof will already know that recently I have had bowel cancer. At 35 I was very young to have bowel cancer. I had polyps but over years they developed into a Dukes A cancer so luckily I haven’t had to have chemotherapy. 8 hours of surgery and two weeks in hospital I still consider myself very lucky but if I would of gone to the doctor sooner I probably would of had a straight forward procedure to remove the polyps. Saying that if I would of gone later no doubt it would of spread. The reason I post this message is to raise awareness. If you have anything that is worrying you, any lumps bumps or bleeding, please go and get yourself checked out. I hand on heart will even come with you.


I know we've had our differences, but glad to hear you're on the mend.

Wishing you and your family a Happy Christmas.

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10 November 2017 14:42 Post ID: #1560223 - in reply to #1560198
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Hampton Wick - 10/11/2017 12:51

No not Christmas, Cancer.

Those of you that know me from hof will already know that recently I have had bowel cancer. At 35 I was very young to have bowel cancer. I had polyps but over years they developed into a Dukes A cancer so luckily I haven’t had to have chemotherapy. 8 hours of surgery and two weeks in hospital I still consider myself very lucky but if I would of gone to the doctor sooner I probably would of had a straight forward procedure to remove the polyps. Saying that if I would of gone later no doubt it would of spread. The reason I post this message is to raise awareness. If you have anything that is worrying you, any lumps bumps or bleeding, please go and get yourself checked out. I hand on heart will even come with you.


Any lumps, bumps or bleeding & I will definately get checked out. These are things you can see & feel.

Are there any other less obvious symptons ?
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10 November 2017 14:50 Post ID: #1560229 - in reply to #1560198
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Get well soon Hampton and thanks for posting such an important message.

Adam, two things I would look out for. One is a feeling of still needing to empty out when having finished your crap. Secondly, any variation in stool consistency and colour which seems to go on for a while and is not related to something you've eaten. For example black stools (except after 10 pints of Guinness) are indicative of bleeding (normally in the stomach). Bowel cancer, on the other hand, normally produces blood in the stools. Persistent floating stools can indicate pancreatic cancer.


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10 November 2017 14:54 Post ID: #1560233 - in reply to #1560229
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tony_dolby - 10/11/2017 14:50

Get well soon Hampton and thanks for posting such an important message.

Adam, two things I would look out for. One is a feeling of still needing to empty out when having finished your crap. Secondly, any variation in stool consistency and colour which seems to go on for a while and is not related to something you've eaten. For example black stools (except after 10 pints of Guinness) are indicative of bleeding (normally in the stomach). Bowel cancer, on the other hand, normally produces blood in the stools. Persistent floating stools can indicate pancreatic cancer.




Thank you. Useful information to know.
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10 November 2017 15:01 Post ID: #1560237 - in reply to #1560198
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Get well soon mate, I'm in Sao Paulo and they take all medical tests very seriously and I've just had the full treatment done cameras the lot.
I echo Hamptons statement, Get checked out even if you feel fine! I had to pay for mine but was worth every penny.
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10 November 2017 15:02 Post ID: #1560238 - in reply to #1560229
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tony_dolby - 10/11/2017 16:50

Persistent floating stools can indicate pancreatic cancer.



But if you're still watching it after ten hours, perhaps flush anyway as it's probably not cancer.

It's good you consulted Hampton. Me, I'm a fucker for never going to the doc, twenty three years now. I was a shop supervisor at Chessington and used to wheel those fucking huge barrow shops out and shoulder hurt. The best one of the managers could come up with was to wank less. I'm older now otherwise would have said "why you offering?" Office humour etc. makes the politicians in trouble for their actions look like a walk in the park.
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10 November 2017 15:04 Post ID: #1560239 - in reply to #1560229
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tony_dolby - 10/11/2017 16:50

Persistent floating stools can indicate pancreatic cancer.



Cancer? That fucking discovery channel said it was poltergeists. Stools, chairs and a fucking table.
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10 November 2017 15:27 Post ID: #1560249 - in reply to #1560237
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trevwall - 10/11/2017 15:01

Get well soon mate, I'm in Sao Paulo and they take all medical tests very seriously and I've just had the full treatment done cameras the lot.
I echo Hamptons statement, Get checked out even if you feel fine! I had to pay for mine but was worth every penny.


A Brazilian girl placed a finger up my arse during a night at The Motel Hawaii in Barra da Tijuca many years ago.

Although, I don't think she was a doctor.

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10 November 2017 17:01 Post ID: #1560263 - in reply to #1560198
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Paris that does not surprise me one bit !! I couldn't possibly comment...
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10 November 2017 17:09 Post ID: #1560264 - in reply to #1560263
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trevwall - 10/11/2017 17:01

Paris that does not surprise me one bit !! I couldn't possibly comment... :grin:


Don't tell me, Trev - it's also happened to you?

Muito bom

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10 November 2017 17:40 Post ID: #1560267 - in reply to #1560198
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Thanks for posting this Hampton. Hope you are back to 100% fitness soon.
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10 November 2017 18:00 Post ID: #1560268 - in reply to #1560198
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Glad it's treatable & your on the mend
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