Other signs and symptoms of colorectal cancer recurrence may include: Changes in the frequency of bowel movements. Blood in the stool or very dark stools. Constipation. Change in consistency of the stool, such as loose or watery stools. Abdominal pain (bloating, gas, cramps or a feeling of fullness)
When colon cancer has returned following an initial treatment with surgery, radiation therapy, and/or chemotherapy, it is said to be recurrent or relapsed.
The following is a general overview of treatment for recurrent colon cancer. Cancer treatment may consist of surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, targeted therapy, .