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    GregP_WN wrote on Clees's wall

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    JaneA wrote on Clees's wall

    Welcome from a Stage IV rectal cancer survivor. I am so sorry to hear that your cancer recurred. Every radiologist is different. I didn't have to keep my bladder full for my radiation. Best wishes that you tolerate your treatment and it is successful.

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    Radiation (External radiation ): Having full bladder every treatment 5 days a week was the most difficult part.

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      Welcome Clees. I am currently NED from stage 4 rectal cancer (originally diagnosed stage 2. I also found the full bladder during radiation treatments extremely painful. Where was your recurrence?

      5 months ago
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    Drug or Chemo Therapy (Chemotherapy)

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    Procedure or Surgery (Removal of rectal tumor)

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    Oh No (Cancer is back/Recurred ): Third time