Cancer Diagnosis Misconception: Too Young for Cancer

 
LIVERPOOL, Virgin Islands, British - June 22, 2022 - PRLog -- Amy Harvey from Staffordshire was diagnosed when she was 31 but she had been visiting her GP regularly for more than nine months before her symptoms of bleeding, constipation, back and stomach pain were taken seriously.

In her words, "It would be what would seem like my thirteenth visit to the hospital that day, when I was greeted with one of the most shocking revelations of my life. Felt like my whole world came crumbling before my very eyes. By the time I was correctly diagnosed, I was diagnosed with stage 3 bowel cancer".

Amy has therefore urged GPs to be more aware that young people are presenting with bowel cancer and so should not rule out the possibility. She mentioned that had she been referred earlier; her life may have been different but her doctor said she was too young to have anything seriously wrong with her.

She also commended the efforts of her medical negligence solicitors. According to her, she came across the company, medical negligence direct, who without their help, she would have been in a more critical state. Although it is now most likely that the copy writer will spend the rest of her life on dialysis and it is very painful considering that she was initially told that her problem was "hormone-related".

When she underwent the first colonoscopy, it came back negative but she begged her doctors to carry out the tests again and when she was finally diagnosed with stage 3 bowel cancer, she said she was so terrified that she started planning her own funeral.

In the UK, bowel cancer screenings are currently offered to those aged 50 to 60, depending on what part of the UK you live in and Amy has called for shorter waiting lists for colonoscopies and for the bowel cancer screening age to be lowered.

Amy has undergone extensive radiotherapy, chemotherapy and surgeries. She even had to have an operation for tumours to be removed from her lungs after she was told that the cancer had spread there.

She is now in remission and says that obvious symptoms to look out for include; bleeding from the bottom, or blood in your stools, stomach cramps, back ache, and rapid weight loss.

With the help from medical negligence solicitors that she engaged in this trying time, Amy was able to make a claim against her first doctor for acting negligently. "The medical negligence solicitors at Medical Negligence Direct (https://www.medicalnegligencedirect.com/) were phenomenal", she said. I advise anyone who needs expert legal advice or help to contact them to make a claim for the compensation they deserve.
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