Fight colon cancer

Fight colon cancer

Colon cancer is a silent threat that does not choose sex and age. The cause of the disease is unclear. So how do you know who is at high risk? Or how to take care of yourself from this silent danger We will find out.

Colon cancer is now the most common cause of death in people around the world. In Thailand there are an increasing number of cases of colon cancer in Thailand. But even though it is a malignant cancer, it still has some advantages, about 90 percent before the development of colon cancer. Another thing we will find first is a colon polyp, which adenoma polyps are considered to be pre-cancerous lesion. That is, adenoma colon polyps will develop into colon cancer in the future. Which, if we detect it first, it can be cut off Before the polyp turns into cancer.

The world was born a colonoscopy program to monitor the occurrence of colon cancer.

By looking at whether there are polyps in the colon or not If there is, it is removed and the biopsy is taken for pathological examination before the cancer develops. And if it’s cancer Will find that it is cancer in the early stages Cured Both Europe and America realize that doing this is worthwhile. Can reduce the death rate from colon cancer. Therefore it is recommended that people aged 50 years and over should perform colonoscopy. Which is considered a standard that people around the world do for surveillance and prevention of colon cancer.

Do you have to wait for 50?

If for the general people who do not have any other factors, they must say yes. But if people have other factors.  For example, people with type 2 diabetes who have insulin resistance are higher insulin in the body than the average person, which insulin is a growth factor that stimulates the growth of tissues and cells. As a result, it accelerates the growth of polyps and faster development into cancer. Therefore, people with type 2 diabetes are more likely to develop colon cancer faster than people who do not.

With another group, namely A group of people with fatty liver is a condition in which fat is deposited in the liver cells. 

That is not from drinking alcohol is called Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). In this group was 1.6-1.8 times shorter in life than the general population and was more likely to develop chronic liver disease, cirrhosis, and liver cancer, but statistically, only 14 percent increased deaths. From liver disease, where did the other 86% of deaths come from? It appears that the number one is heart disease, and the second is other cancers. Which both accumulated fat in the liver Disease, high blood cholesterol, obesity, obesity, high blood pressure. And type 2 diabetes is all related to insulin resistance, known as Metabolic Syndrome.

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More than 200 people come to monitor colon cancer by endoscopy. 

It divide into patients with fatty liver and no effect, both male and female. With fat deposits in the liver, is likely to develop adenoma type colon polyps, which are classified as Pre-cancerous lesion was more common than people without fatty liver. It was thus confirmed that these mechanisms increase the chance of colon cancer. Therefore, if the health examination results in the accumulation of fat in the liver Or type 2 diabetes with insulin resistance These groups of people should also have an endoscopy to look at colon cancer. If the colonoscopy does not find polyps, it can last for another 5-10 years and then get a new colonoscopy. However, if you have polyps smaller than 1 centimeter, your doctor may recommend that you do this every three to five years. Do more frequently This depends on the physical condition and the incidence of colon cancer of each person.

For patients who come to see a doctor with a condition that is fat accumulating in the liver It is recommended to go to a colonoscopy to see colon cancer as well. Which the patient may suspect is a liver doctor Why should I go to colonoscopy? Because when we meet one story There may be another story, followed by the coin, there are also two sides. The body has many diseases, many symptoms, doctors must take care of the patient holistically. If we are not skilled, we can refer to a specialist in that area. 

Therefore, even in patients aged 40 years or older, if the accumulated fat in the liver is detected, it is recommended to have a colonoscopy as well.

 In order to prevent and away from colon cancer

The best thing for us is good health. But having good health does not come by chance. It is in the care, prevention and discipline to practice in good health, including Exercise Eating that is hygienic, for example, preferably to eat foods that contain fiber to avoid constipation. Limit foods such as starch and sugar. This is especially true with high fructose and colorectal cancer as a disease that can be watched for. Therefore, it is recommended that people over the age of 50 years, all undergo surveillance cameras. Or if people with risk factors such as abdominal pain, abnormal bowel movements, fat deposits in the liver In particular, people with type 2 diabetes should endoscopy, although they are less than 50 years old. Endoscopy is not as scary as you think.

More than 200 people come to monitor colon cancer by endoscopy. 

The fat deposits in the liver, is likely to develop adenoma type colon polyps. It classifile as pre-cancerous lesion was more common than people without fatty liver. Thus confirme that these mechanisms increase the chance of colon cancer. Therefore, if the health examination results in the accumulation of fat in the liver Or type 2 diabetes with insulin resistance.These groups of people should also have an endoscopy to look at colon cancer. If the colonoscopy does not find polyps, it can last for another 5-10 years and then get a new colonoscopy. However, if you have polyps smaller than 1 centimeter, your doctor may recommend that you do this every three to five years. Do more frequently This depends on the physical condition and the incidence of colon cancer of each person.

For patients who come to see a doctor with a condition that is fat accumulating in the liver. It recommend to go to a colonoscopy to see colon cancer as well. Which the patient may suspect is a liver doctor. Why should I go to colonoscopy? Because when we meet one story There may be another story, followed by the coin, there are also two sides.

The body has many diseases, many symptoms, doctors must take care of the patient holistically. 

We can refer to a specialist in that area. Therefore, even in patients aged 40 years or older, if the accumulated fat in the liver is detected. It is recommended to have a colonoscopy as well. In order to prevent and away from colon cancer.

The best thing for us is good health. But having good health does not come by chance. It is in the care, prevention and discipline to practice in good health. Including Exercise, Eating that is hygienic, for example, preferably to eat foods that contain fiber to avoid constipation. Limit foods such as starch and sugar. This is especially true with high fructose and colorectal cancer as a disease that can be watched for. Therefore, it is recommended that people over the age of 50 years, all undergo surveillance cameras. Or if people with risk factors such as abdominal pain, abnormal bowel movements, fat deposits in the liver In particular, people with type 2 diabetes should endoscopy. Although they are less than 50 years old. Endoscopy is not as scary as you think .

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