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Ok, vague left pelvic pain started in May 2017. PCP sent me for a CT right away because I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015. CT clear. Colonoscopy clear. Transvaginal UT clear. In September 2017 presented with new symptoms of severe constpation, I didnít even have the sensation to go. Fecal matter covered in mucus/fat? Oncologist ordered CT clear. March 2018 distended stomach, swollen right ankle, severe constipation, cellulitis in upper legs. Oncologists ordered MRI. Clear. More OB visits. GI visits. Nobody believed me when I said this is PC. Suffered through pain and took ducolax to alleviate constpation for a year now. Flat stools, sometimes. More mucus/fat. This week, raging fever and severe pain right above belly button. Went to ER and CT showed a long neoplasm affecting transverse colon. Pancreas normal? Calcification, thickening, infiltrating, malignancy on report. Emergency colonoscopy CLEAR! Oncologist and radiologists are not sure what we are looking at? Can this be missed or something else?

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