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About four years ago I started having some pain around my anus felt like trapped gas like I couldn't release the gas and it was hurting. I would just figure out ways of releasing the gas and after a little while the pain would stop so a year-and-a-half went by and I figured that's all it was the pain is not constant. Well about two years after that started I started bleeding and I've always had kind of small bowel movements. And that being one of the signs I didn't pay attention to that either. But when the blood started then I knew something was going on. Got into the doctors and they scheduled me right away for a colonoscopy I woke up three times during the procedure  and I watch the screen and I seen it myself so when he came in after everything was over to talk to me and my daughters he knew that I already knewd ,he scheduled me right away for the oncologist and the radiologist and I felt like I was in a whirlwind from then on now as you see in my picture I have a stoma which I totally do not like and it is forever giving me problems I am allergic to adhesive yeah yay for me but I'm alive and I'm still. fighting After the surgery my doctor came in and told me that they got it all two weeks after my surgery I went to go meet up with my oncologist and he told me that it had moved into my lymph nodes. Now a year-and-a-half later I have it in my lung stomach and breast. But I'm still fighting.

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