My Diagnosis: How I Came to Know I Had Colon Cancer

When I was diagnosed with colon cancer, I was shocked. I had no idea that I was at risk for this type of cancer, and I had no idea what to expect. I had been feeling a bit off for a few weeks, but I had no idea that it was something serious.

My doctor ordered a series of tests to determine what was wrong. After a few days, I received the results: I had colon cancer. I was scared and confused. I had no idea what this meant for my future.

My doctor explained that colon cancer is a type of cancer that affects the large intestine. He told me that it was treatable, but that I would need to undergo surgery and chemotherapy. He also explained that the prognosis was good, but that I would need to be monitored closely.

I was scared, but I was determined to fight this cancer. I underwent surgery to remove the tumor, and then I started chemotherapy. I was determined to beat this cancer, and I was determined to stay positive.

Throughout my treatment, I was surrounded by family and friends who supported me and helped me stay positive. I was also able to find a great support group of other people who were going through the same thing. This helped me to stay strong and to keep fighting.

After a few months of treatment, I was declared cancer-free. I was so relieved and thankful that I had been able to beat this cancer. I was also thankful for the support of my family and friends, and for the support of my doctors and nurses.

My diagnosis of colon cancer was a shock, but it was also a wake-up call. It made me realize how important it is to stay healthy and to get regular check-ups. I now make sure to get regular check-ups and to stay on top of my health.

My diagnosis of colon cancer was a scary experience, but it was also a learning experience. I learned that it is important to stay on top of your health and to get regular check-ups. I also learned that it is important to stay positive and to surround yourself with people who will support you.