Colorectal cancer is a cancer of large intestine 

Colon is a final part of large intestine connected with rectum, sometime both colon and rectum involved.

It’s usually begun as benign growth called polyp but overtime these polyp become cancers.

Colon cancers are mostly seen in adult age.


 Colon cancer develop when cell in colon develop changes in their DNA.DNA of each cell contain information regarding cell growth, division and when cell die but changes in DNA of cell affects is functioning and it leads to abnormal growth of cells and these cell accumulate and form tumor.

There are some factor which increase risk of colon cancer:-

  1. chronic inflammatory condition in intestine
  2. family history of colon cancer
  3. low fiber and high diet
  4. obesity, sedentary life style
  5. smoking alcohol intake
  6. radiation therapy , diabetes  patients 
  7. Colon polyps present in colon may turn into colon cancer if left untreated over period of time.


  1. Weakness and fatigue 
  2. Unexplained weight loss
  3. Rectal bleeding
  4. Blood in stool
  5. Alternative diarrhea and constipation, stool consistency change
  6. Difficulty in passing stool 
  7. Lower abdomen pain 
  8. Heaviness felt in lower abdomen 


  1. Physical examination 
  2. Colonoscopy
  3. Blood test :- To check chemical markers secreted by colon cancer cells
  4. Biopsy
  5. CT- scan
  6. MRI
  7. Ultrasound and chest x-ray to check cancer spread near tissues
  8. PET-scan


  1.  Quit smoking / limit drinking alcohol 
  2.  Avoid fatty and junk food eat healthy fresh fruits and vegetables
  3.  Exercise regularly 
  4.  Maintain body weight
  5.  Drink plenty of water
  6.  Detox body time to time 
  7.  Boost immunity 


 Nux vomica:

  1.  Bruised soreness of abdominal wall 
  2.  constipation with frequent ineffectual urging 
  3.  Alternating constipation and diarrhea
  4.  Constriction of rectum
  5.  Scanty stool with much urging
  6.   Itching in anus
  7.  Weakness, legs numb feel paralyses 

Nitricum Acidium:

  1.   Rectum felt torn, great strain but little pass 
  2.   constipation alter with diarrhea which is slimy and offensive
  3.   colic in abdomen relief by tightening cloths
  4.    Pain appear and disappear quickly in abdomen
  5.   Hemorrhage from bowels, profuse bright 


  1. Discharge of blood from rectum, during stool
  2. Great weakness after stool
  3. Painless, copious debilitating diarrhea 
  4. Hunger soon after eating
  5. Pain in abdomen 
  6. Offensive stool 
  7. Weakness and trembling felt in whole body
  8. Excessive weight loss

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