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Pelvic Radiation Disease Association

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Late effects Clinic for Pelvic Radiation Disease now open in Bristol Cancer Institute Horfield Road Bristol

I attended the late effects clinic last Friday and met with two therapeutic Radi...
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Bone problems?

Had radiotherapy 16 years ago for anal cancer, am taking calcium and vitamin D a...

Amazed!

After 30 years of living with the affects of radiotherapy I found this communi...

ongoing bowel issues

I will be 6 yrs cancer free in December. I have had ongoing malabsorbtion issu...

Bleeding and pain after colonoscopy and polypectomy

Hi Everyone. I'm an anal cancer survivor, 18 years out from treatment. I attend ...

Confused!

Due to problems with constipation and periods of diarrhoea, I asked my GP for a ...

Peristeen anal plugs - Coloplast

I am pretty dependent on these for day to day living if I don’t want to stay in...

I had EBRT treatment for prostate cancer 18 months ago. Symptoms are passing soft stool often, inflammation and pain

Looking for information on what meds are available and how effective are they. W...

Pelvic insufficiency fractures - anything they can do?

Hi everyone, I'm new to this forum and SO pleased to have discovered the wonderf...

pelvic radiation

please tell me about your experience with pelvic radiation

late effects

rectal cancer 2008 chemo/radio.7yrs later sudden bleeding &mucous ,had 3 puras...

Progressive Bowel Issues Post Cervical Cancer Rad/Internal Rad 9 Years Ago

Hi Wow reading some of the posts on here I realise I am not alone. I'm 35 yea...

pain chronic pain there is nothing worse

yes I have severe joint pain lower back pain horrible pains in my legs. Balance ...

Are there others with these symptoms?

I just wondered if there are any other members of this group who have experienc...

ongoing cystitis

I had radiotherapy in 1999 for cancer in the vagina. . For the past 8 years I h...

prostate radiotherapy effects

Hi have just found this site and hoping for advice. My husband received 33 sess...

late effects clinic in South Bristol

I had my regular check today and as a result the specialist nurse found out that...

Post radiotherapy back pain

I had chemoradiotherapy treatment in 03/2021 for the return of colorectal cancer...

Glad to be here

Hi, I am relieved to have found this organization and this community. Only peo...

Getting to grips and getting out with Bowel and bladder issues!

Hi everyone, It's so frustrating, having got through cancer, to now be living wi...

Pelvic radiation

Radiation treatment to prostate and pelvis 16 months ago. Since then proctiti...

Bruising - random, quite deep?

Hi all, just wondering if anyone else here has found they develop occasionally r...

Oxygen therapy

Hi there - wondering if anyone out there has tried oxygen therapy to help manage...

Acute bowel issues -diet.

Help! I have stage 4 ovarian cancer. After a mostly successful chemo set with ...

Hyaluronic acid treatment for damaged bladder

Hi guys finally getting some answers of what has been going on with my bladder. ...

Happy Easter

Hi everyone Just wanted to wish you all Happy Easter What ever you are doing, ...

Symprove probiotic - anyone had it recommended by doctors.

Hi there Just coming out of another gastric attack and wondering for the umptee...
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Experiences with sucralfate enema

Hello everyone, Does anyone have experience with the use of sucralfate enema for...

Sexual difficulties - prostate cancer

Are you are experiencing sexual difficulties following pelvic radiotherapy for p...
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Chronic radiation effects

Struggling with bowel incontinence, stool frequency, and inability to get even s...
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