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Examination of the Colon is Required

Colorectal cancer is one of the most common cancers in developed countries, therefore be entitled to some kind of epidemic diseases, said Professor Dr. Svetomir Milic, Chief General Surgery Hospital in Belgrade, Serbia. This assertion is supported by the fact that every year millions of people become ill, and half a million people die from colon cancer.

This disease is the result of the modern way of life that involves a lot of seating, inadequate nutrition, insufficient intake of raw foods, fruits, vegetables and water and a lot of stress - explains Professor.

That cancer of the colon disease of the developed world, and is confirmed by the fact that it is very rare in Asia and Africa, while in developed countries it suffers from about 60 per 100,000 people.
Colon cancer does not occur immediately. It develops a very long time which is why regular examinations, especially in the elderly and people who are at higher risk of utmost importance. There is an increased risk in those who have close relatives suffering from colon cancer patients with ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, Hemorrhoids that do not have long to heal, but also in people who are overweight and whose diets low in fiber.

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The program for early detection of colon cancer must do all persons aged between 50 and 70 years. At colonoscopy is indicated only patients with positive results.

The best prevention for colon cancer include:

  • intake of plant foods, grains, beans, rice, cereals, cabbage, broccoli, green peppers, beans, carrots, white chicken meat and cheese, and lean red meat avoidance
  • maintenance of body weight
  • regular physical activity

Symptoms of the disease:

  • Changes in the discharge regime - diarrhea, constipation, thin stool (the pen) for more than a few days
  • Complete absence of stools, difficulty emptying the colon, gut feeling that are not fully discharged
  • Blood in the stool
  • Fatigue and anemia
  • Loss of appetite and weight loss quickly
  • Pain and cramps in the abdomen or rectum.