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  • I made a bet. I lost. But it still paid off. leadfrombehind.org/
    LEAD FROM BEHIND is on a mission to make colon cancer famous.
    We're raising awareness that is The Preventable Cancer.
    ► Colon cancer is the second biggest cancer killer in America. 1 in 24 Americans gets colon cancer. It doesn’t need to be - because it’s preventable.
    ► The best way to prevent colon cancer is by getting a colonoscopy when you turn 45. The guidelines changed in 2021 lowering the age from 50 to 45.
    ► People don’t want to talk about colonoscopies, let alone get one. We’re using humor and heart to change that.
    ► Colon cancer is rising in young people - predicted to be the top cancer killer for people under 50 by 2030.
    LEAD FROM BEHIND is founded by Brooks Bell, powered by @colorectalcanceralliance, and created in partnership with Maximum Effort & Chrysi Philalithes.
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  • Colorectal Cancer Alliance
    Colorectal Cancer Alliance 2 ай бұрын +3091

    It's been an honor to do this partnership with you. Your advocacy about colon cancer will save countless lives. #LeadFromBehind

    • iAndy
      iAndy Ай бұрын

      @clc040 I'm not afraid of the prep.. it can't be worse than what happened to me when I ate a full bag of sugar free gummy bears. I thought I was going to die from that.

    • Cale Brody
      Cale Brody Ай бұрын

      I read this comically as "it's been a horror to work with you" bahaahaha

    • potato andbeans
      potato andbeans 2 ай бұрын

      @Jesus Saves! try hard

    • TMercan31
      TMercan31 2 ай бұрын

      @Chicago0048 I don't know what the rules are there for screening less than 5 years apart but in Canada if you have had a parent or sibling that had colon cancer or died from it you are screened every 3 years. Maybe there is a caveat with your insurance company like that as well?

    • Sandi Bonner
      Sandi Bonner 2 ай бұрын

      Didn't you guys have to drink that horrible stuff that cleans you out. It's the worst part of the colonoscapy!

  • Cathy McMurray
    Cathy McMurray 2 ай бұрын +1103

    Had a few symptoms. A colonoscopy in July revealed a nasty tumor. I have Stage 3 Rectal Cancer. I’m 50, a nonsmoker, eat healthy. I’m currently in the middle of chemo radiation treatment, which is not a walk in the park. Take it from a colorectal cancer patient, schedule your colonoscopy now. If I had one at age 45, things would have looked a lot different for me. Thanks, Ryan and Rob, for helping inform others about the new 45 age recommendation for a colonoscopy.

    • historyrepeating
      historyrepeating Ай бұрын

      hope you’re doing well Cathy. My Dad is being treated for Stage 4 Colon Cancer atm - certainly no walk in the park.

    • GoGuardiansLionsEverton
      GoGuardiansLionsEverton 2 ай бұрын

      Get well soon!!! You can beat it!!!

    • GuyX 1
      GuyX 1 2 ай бұрын

      @War on Dogs The fuck? I live in Canada & I got a routine Colonoscopy?

    • M.D. S
      M.D. S 2 ай бұрын +1

      Cancer doesn't discriminate. My Dad passed away from colon cancer so my family doctor put me on a regular colonoscopy examination schedule since my early 40s.
      Prep is a pain in ass, literally, but it's worth it.
      Wishing you a speedy recovery. Keeping a positive outlook is important in beating the disease.
      Take care.

    • Rose Morris
      Rose Morris 2 ай бұрын

      Sending you good vibes for a complete recovery . . .

  • Egill Halldorsson
    Egill Halldorsson 2 ай бұрын +709

    I had my first routine colonoscopy earlier this year.
    They found stage two Cancer.
    I had an operation a couple of weeks later, and spent the summer recovering. I am now Cancer free.
    If I had not decided to have this simple procedure, the Cancer would have killed me before I could have seen my daughters grow up. And they would have lost their father.
    This procedure saves lives.

    • Rusty the Crown
      Rusty the Crown Ай бұрын +1

      @Egill Halldorsson Don't skip on these tests. Regular blood work and scopes may just save your life.

    • Egill Halldorsson
      Egill Halldorsson Ай бұрын

      Ok, without going into specifics.
      I went to my GP (family doctor) with something minor like a bad cold or something, don't really remember. As an aside he saw that I hadn't had a blood test for a few years and wanted to do one just to check on my general well-being. I went along with it cause I trust his judgement.
      The blood test showed an anomaly. He prescribed treatment (over the counter pills) that fixed the symptom. He wanted, however, to find the cause for the anomaly so he recommended I have a colonoscopy and a gastroscopy, which he called routine even though I was only 42 at the time.
      Now, all this took a little less than a year, from when I had my first visit with the minor thing until the day I went for the colonoscopy. That was because I postponed a lot of the steps I took. There were even numerous times that I almost decided to ignore his advice.
      Now as to symptoms. After recovering from the surgery I started to notice really subtle changes in my health and well-being. I now see that I did have symptoms but they were so subtle and insignificant that I really didn't notice some, and explained other as symptoms of other things that were going on in my life.

    • Rusty the Crown
      Rusty the Crown 2 ай бұрын +1

      Had 3 now , all clear so far , but cancer wiped out all the older men in my family.

    • Saitama
      Saitama 2 ай бұрын

      @SamiJ 10 is a little too long no? i was under the assumption that it would be more like every 2 yrs or so

    • SamiJ
      SamiJ 2 ай бұрын +1

      At 45 years , sooner if theres a family history of colon cancer
      And usually every 10 years if the screening sees nothing

  • trick351
    trick351 2 ай бұрын +356

    My mother passed away from colon cancer when she was 46, I was 17. This was the first time I’ve smiled about the C word in 36 years. Thank you ❣️

    • trick351
      trick351 2 ай бұрын +2

      @J Dee thoughts and prayers for you and your precious family 🙏🏼

    • J Dee
      J Dee 2 ай бұрын +2

      @trick351 Yes me too, it's horrible and it happened so quick, she got her diagnosis and in 6 months gone, despite having her colonoscopy within the first month of diagnosis. It is rough. I was glad my dad had his exam for it. So far so good for him.

    • trick351
      trick351 2 ай бұрын +2

      @J Dee I’m sorry for your loss as well. But I’m grateful these two are shedding light on just how simple it is to catch it early 🙏🏼

    • J Dee
      J Dee 2 ай бұрын +3

      Same thing happened to my mother 12 years ago. So yes I normally get really upset with the C word even being said. So thank you for sharing and sorry you lost your mother to this.

    • salim albitar
      salim albitar 2 ай бұрын +2

      Sorry for your loss 😔

  • Casie Blevins
    Casie Blevins 2 ай бұрын +377

    Just when I thought I couldn't love Ryan Reynolds any more, he goes and does something selfless like this and adds even more good to world. The guy's a saint and a treasure.

    • D DelV
      D DelV 2 ай бұрын +1

      IKR! 😍

    • Two Miles a Day
      Two Miles a Day 2 ай бұрын

      Truly a national treasure of canada. More than some stupid royalty over in the uk that dont do jack shit

    • ConversationBomb
      ConversationBomb 2 ай бұрын +6

      Ryan Reynolds is the epitome of "Chaotic Good".

    • Casie Blevins
      Casie Blevins 2 ай бұрын +4

      @Zeratoxx If that's not a big deal why dont YOU film your next colonoscopy? It's a big deal to air the most private parts of a person's life for a PSA. That takes character.

    • IMY123
      IMY123 2 ай бұрын

      FUNNY FOOTAGE OF KENNY RÄPING a LION :
      kzclip.net/video/CWfd8OjWkwg/бейне.html

  • Joni RN MOM BA
    Joni RN MOM BA 2 ай бұрын +1878

    The pride on Robs face when he realized he had more polyps is GOLDEN.

    • Eddie Bear
      Eddie Bear 21 күн бұрын

      5:41

    • TerrorMau5
      TerrorMau5 Ай бұрын

      He probably texted Ryan straight after telling him his polyp sucks and Ryan just cursing too Blake that Rob has more polyps then him

    • Bianicman Epic Videos
      Bianicman Epic Videos 2 ай бұрын

      @Ro Ems exactly!

    • Bianicman Epic Videos
      Bianicman Epic Videos 2 ай бұрын

      He was so satisfied

    • Silvia Pabón
      Silvia Pabón 2 ай бұрын

      Hahahha... thanks for thte spoiler this is hard to watch.

  • subaru7233
    subaru7233 2 ай бұрын +161

    You guys are the best! My son died of Colon cancer at age 28. For all the whining about the prep, it is one day out of your life to effectively screen for a cancer that can end it. Thank you for this generous act and collaboration. I wish I could hug you.

    • hoolie2000
      hoolie2000 Ай бұрын +2

      Sorry for the loss of your son. I can't imagine.

    • D DelV
      D DelV 2 ай бұрын

      @Desmond Brown you have to adjust your diet 5 days prior, but actual prep is 12 hours or so.

    • D DelV
      D DelV 2 ай бұрын +3

      So young... I'm truly sorry for the loss of your son 💕

    • Smitty
      Smitty 2 ай бұрын +1

      @Desmond Brown There are different kinds of preps (not sure why). Mine was ~12 hours of evening/sleep/morning. Maybe 24 hours, I don't recall if there were eating restrictions before starting the cocktail. Even the drink wasn't bad at all.

    • Desmond Brown
      Desmond Brown 2 ай бұрын

      Prep is five days but whatever, I agree with you still

  • Kelly Green
    Kelly Green 2 ай бұрын +201

    Ladies…do NOT forget, this applies to us as well!! I have put off my first screening but I’m definitely getting it on my schedule! Thanks guys.

    • Sophie Robinson
      Sophie Robinson Ай бұрын

      @Clauce Micro Thanks for the info!

    • Clauce Micro
      Clauce Micro Ай бұрын

      @Sophie Robinson Hi, there are support groups in some churches (some are specifically Women Ministries). If you live near a 7th Day Adventist Church, you could go there (they usually meet on Wednesday evenings and they always meet on Saturday mornings) and ask if there is a Dorcas group. If there is, one of then might accompany you. God bless. 🙏🏼

    • Smitty
      Smitty 2 ай бұрын +3

      @Sophie Robinson My mom had colon cancer (she's been cancer free for a LONG time now, all good!), so it definitely definitely applies to women as well.

    • Sophie Robinson
      Sophie Robinson 2 ай бұрын +3

      @Molly Alexander This is Alabama. Social workers here are dreadfully overworked and underfunded. But I'll check. Thanks!

    • Molly Alexander
      Molly Alexander 2 ай бұрын +6

      @Sophie Robinson Sophie, social workers or community workers in your area might be able to accompany you. If not try a Personal support worker.

  • James Kneussl
    James Kneussl 2 ай бұрын +106

    turned 40 last year and had a colonoscopy. Discovered a tumor and had stage 3 colon cancer. Surgery and 6 months of chemo and I'm back in the game. #getprobed #leadfrombehind

  • Paige A
    Paige A 2 ай бұрын +101

    Rob waking up from anesthesia is a mood.

  • Birth To Bride
    Birth To Bride 2 ай бұрын +115

    Just had one yesterday. They did find “something”. Called it a nodule or something but said it wasn’t a polyp. They took a biopsy (waiting for the results) and actually tattooed the area so that they would know exactly where it was located. My first tattoo! Yay!! Lol

    • Aviation Gin Guy
      Aviation Gin Guy 2 ай бұрын

      @Birth To BrideYou welcome!!!

    • Birth To Bride
      Birth To Bride 2 ай бұрын

      @Aviation Gin Guy always 😊

    • Aviation Gin Guy
      Aviation Gin Guy 2 ай бұрын +1

      Thanks for your love and support 🙏🙏🙏

    • Birth To Bride
      Birth To Bride 2 ай бұрын +2

      @A B I’m kind of a wimp so probably no more tattoos lol. I’m sure my nodule is fine and nothing to worry about. Glad yours was nothing to worry about! Take care!

    • A B
      A B 2 ай бұрын +3

      Hell yeah on the first tat!! more to follow? Found a "nodule" on my first and freaked me out. turned out to be nothing in my case. Anything caught early is the key... cheers!

  • rich adams
    rich adams 2 ай бұрын +187

    This was a super classy PSA. Funny, adult, wholesome, and covers an oft overlooked issue. Great job, guys. I didn't know this needed to be done at 45 (I'm 42) and I do now. You guys are great

    • D DelV
      D DelV 2 ай бұрын +1

      @Rose Morris oops! Just saw your comment!

    • D DelV
      D DelV 2 ай бұрын +1

      They've apparently changed the recommended age to start screening, because it used to be 50 yrs old.

    • Rose Morris
      Rose Morris 2 ай бұрын +4

      Until a couple of years ago, the recommended age was 50 for the first one (every ten years after that if nothing was spotted), but since so many young people were being diagnosed with and dying from colorectal cancer, the ACS changed the recommendation to 45.

  • Unlikely Circumstances
    Unlikely Circumstances 2 ай бұрын +43

    I'm a periop nurse and assist with colonoscopies nearly every week, I fully support every message in this video, especially the message about taking your bowel prep properly, we need you to do that job well so we can do our job well. Thanks guys, really important message.

  • CinemaLaHuerta
    CinemaLaHuerta 2 ай бұрын +62

    Ryan Reynolds is the personification of wickedly wholesome.

    •  Ай бұрын

      I completely agree even though I don’t know what that means.I’m an American

  • Stacey Corum
    Stacey Corum 2 ай бұрын +54

    Thank you so much for doing this. My father was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer in 2000. He beat it. He beat stage 4 colon cancer. He passed in 2014 from Parkinson’s disease but he beat the damn cancer. It has also saved mine and my brothers lives because we started having colonoscopies and they found polyps for both of us. You are a godsend. You have no idea how many live you can save by putting this out there. I so appreciate you.

  • Ddraig Mafon
    Ddraig Mafon Ай бұрын +8

    My dad died of colon cancer, he was of a generation who found talking about this kind of stuff embarrassing. Thank you so much for raising awareness, making a difficult subject more approachable and undoubtedly, saving some lives in the process.

  • Rational Ape
    Rational Ape 2 ай бұрын +28

    I am 33 and I see maturing myself like this. Thanks Ryan for everything. You are an impression for everyone.

  • TheBatracho
    TheBatracho 2 ай бұрын +12

    As a fan of both of you guys and a medical student, huge props to both of you. This is not only a greatly shot and funny video, but it’s going to save countless lives. Incredible, incredible job. Keep leading from behind, hope both of you are feeling well after your procedures and are happy that you’ve potentially prevented colon cancer from developing!

  • Roger Smith
    Roger Smith 2 ай бұрын +655

    I finally got my colonoscopy done earlier this year, at age 66. They removed eight polyps. Thank God I did this procedure.

    • writerpatrick
      writerpatrick 2 ай бұрын

      @Karl Hungus X-rays do have a minor radiation risk but doctors will purposely limit their use knowing that.

    • Kim Tamarin
      Kim Tamarin 2 ай бұрын +3

      I went in last week, at age 70, and before the procedure my doctor told me that because of my age it would likely be the last one I would need, unless they found polyps. They found 8. His discharge comment was “there were 8(!) polyps”. They were all benign but I go back in 3 years for another screening. My mother died of colon cancer

    • Dubious
      Dubious 2 ай бұрын

      @Stephen Davis For them, free, cause this is an ad.

    • Stephen Davis
      Stephen Davis 2 ай бұрын +1

      How much did it cost?

    • UNISTAR
      UNISTAR 2 ай бұрын +2

      @Dubious
      Someone: I like waffles.
      YOU: So, you're saying u don't like pancakes. How dare you?
      Lesson: Don't be this guy.

  • Naomi Godsey
    Naomi Godsey 2 ай бұрын +22

    Having had a colonoscopy myself, I love how they don't discuss the "prep" that they both did so well 🤣. Not gonna lie, the prep is the worst part 😳😅

    • Rose Morris
      Rose Morris 2 ай бұрын

      The prep was horrible, so much so that I cried when I had to slug the second dose of it. I also had issues when I woke up. It took four hours to do the procedure because of an undiagnosed hernia, and when I regained consciousness, I had enough nausea and pain to light up a mid-sized city. But I will do it again in three years because they did find some polyps.

    • A.B.CREATOR website
      A.B.CREATOR website 2 ай бұрын +1

      Bet they were on the phone with each other seeing whose prep kicked in first if they're that competitive 🤣

    • Sophie Robinson
      Sophie Robinson 2 ай бұрын

      I threw up after the last glass of horrible stuff. There was no way that I was going to reschedule and go through that again. To add insult to injury, United Healthcare, after approving the procedure, didn’t pay. Something about the doctor was in network but where he did it wasn’t. It wasn’t done in the hospital part of the huge building.

  • Emma Pearce
    Emma Pearce 2 ай бұрын +9

    When I was 32 years old, I had very slight blood in my stool, just once. My doctor immediately got me to do 3 seperate stool samples. The first 2 were clear, but the 3rd showed occult blood. I had a colonoscopy a few weeks later and a precancerous polyp was removed. My doctor literally saved my life. She easily could have said I'm too young or that I didn't fit in some kind of "box" that would warrant further investigation. I'm from Australia and all I know, is that an at home stool sample kit is sent to you when you turn 50. I think this is fantastic advertising for such an important issue. Well done Ryan and Rob.

  • Dave Glo
    Dave Glo 2 ай бұрын +10

    Great idea, Ryan! I’ve had two colonoscopies and, honestly, they’re no big deal. The prep is the hardest part, and all I can say is bring some good reading material to the bathroom. Because you’ll be sitting there for awhile 💩

  • Aledha
    Aledha 2 ай бұрын +10

    Big thanks to Ryan and his friend for spreading awareness!

  • filkertom
    filkertom 2 ай бұрын +421

    Not only do I love Ryan, I love Rob. They are great together. And this is a wonderful PSA.

    • Vikstar123.
      Vikstar123. 2 ай бұрын

      FUNNY FOOTAGE OF RYAN RÄPING a HIS BOYFRIEND
      kzclip.net/video/CWfd8OjWkwg/бейне.html

    • Vikstar123.
      Vikstar123. 2 ай бұрын

      FUNNY FOOTAGE OF RYAN RÄPING a HIS BOYFRIEND
      kzclip.net/video/CWfd8OjWkwg/бейне.html

    • Catemgirl
      Catemgirl 2 ай бұрын

      I agree. They are a couple of good guys on a mission. Gotta love em

    • MrGenexxx
      MrGenexxx 2 ай бұрын

      @reignofdon Yes. He's Mac on Sunny. Probably my least favorite character LOL but only because everybody else is so great. I love that show! He's also the creator and writer.

    • reignofdon
      reignofdon 2 ай бұрын

      Isnt he in always sunny?

  • MrBryan325
    MrBryan325 2 ай бұрын +4

    I shave my head. I’m definitely going to ask “how’s my hair” when I wake. This is really great that the two of you did this.

  • Jordan Collins
    Jordan Collins 2 ай бұрын +6

    My mother had stage 3 colorectal cancer during my senior year of college (2018-2019). She survived, is doing very well, and is actually retiring from a three decade long career as a high school math teacher in June! Despite her coming out on top, we will never forget what she went through and how important these exams are. Thank you, thank you, thank you for doing this.

  • Tony Bogyo
    Tony Bogyo 2 ай бұрын +3

    Thanks for showing how easy this important procedure is. I tell everyone I know it's a piece of cake. Spending quality time in the bathroom for prep isn't that fun, but come on - seriously a small price to pay for something that could save your life. The more you can help dispell fear about colonoscopies, the more people will be helped - thanks!

  • Teri Guy
    Teri Guy 2 ай бұрын +11

    Great job helping to keep the world a healthier place! You guys have done a very good thing.

    • Aviation Gin Guy
      Aviation Gin Guy 2 ай бұрын +1

      Thanks for your love and support as a huge fan of Ryan and Rob awareness campaign...

  • N Thoj
    N Thoj 2 ай бұрын +9

    WOW using your platform to educate about colonoscopy. Leading the way. Both of you! ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • John BCountry
    John BCountry 2 ай бұрын +1

    This is an amazing video, I am living proof that that colonoscopy saves lives. I had my first one this may at 47 (I delayed it because of COVID). The doctors removed a 45mm polyp (no that is not a typo..) from my colon. The pathology showed that this was one huge ball of cancer... but the bad stuff didn't go down the stem to the bowel wall and the margins were clean, meaning once he removed the polyp, I was cancer free.. The worst part of the whole this is the prep, but the procedure is easy.. I can not stress enough if you are of age or have colorectal cancer in your family history, consult a physician and schedule it NOW!!!! #LeadFromBehind

  • K Ruddy
    K Ruddy 2 ай бұрын +6

    Thank you for doing this. My husband died of colon cancer. Diagnosed at 47, passed at 51. It is so important to do this so thank you!

  • A. B.
    A. B. 2 ай бұрын +5

    Because of clotting issues, I have had annual colonoscopies and endoscopies since age 30. I'm 45 now and they have removed multiple polyps and diagnosed a precancer in my stomach. Get scoped y'all.

  • Cody Huddleston
    Cody Huddleston 2 ай бұрын +2

    I'm 27 and I've had over 50 surgeries since I was 2. So the operating room is all too familiar. To see Rob and Ryan at the hospital like that does a really good job humanizing the celebrity status. Just a cool reminder that they're people too and anything can happen to anyone.

  • jbuggy21
    jbuggy21 2 ай бұрын +2

    Ryan, thank you for putting out this message. I was 43, so too young to be screened, but I started feeling unwell and stopped having bowel movements. Six weeks later I was having emergency surgery as a tumor had completely blocked my bowel. I was diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer. Thankfully I had no metastases, but the lining inside my abdomen tested positive. Had a great surgeon...he left me with a double-barrel colostomy, but he intentionally did it in a way so that it could be reversed later. I went through chemo and a long recovery, but survived long enough to get that colostomy reversed. I'm 55 now and considered cured, but no one else I went through chemo with survived. I have my criticisms of western medicine, but this is a fairly low risk procedure that with early detection can save your life.

  • Bruce Hartford
    Bruce Hartford 2 ай бұрын +11

    I am 45 this year. I have been dogshit at taking myself in for any kind of checkups. I didn’t know this was a thing I need to do.
    So thank you Ryan and Rob for letting me know I need to get off my ass and show it to some doctors.

  • Tashira247
    Tashira247 2 ай бұрын +2

    This is so awesome guys! I had my first colonoscopy in 2019. Discovered Stage 3b colon cancer. Bowel resection and 12 rounds of chemo, and I'm currently cancer free.

  • SidecarDan
    SidecarDan 2 ай бұрын +488

    when I had my first colonoscopy many years ago I was wheeled into the operating room and the surgeon and the nurse were preparing their equipment, when I saw the length of the scope laying on the table in front of the surgeon I said "hang on a sec doc, let me stick my gum on the end of that thing and when you see me chewing it again, stop". He had no sense of humour or much of a bedside manner but the nurse doubled over in laughter.

    • Rose Morris
      Rose Morris 2 ай бұрын +1

      Mine whistled while the nurses were putting me under. I cracked up. I paid him back in a way; my colonoscopy took four hours rather than 30 minutes. I made him earn that fee--lol.

    • TooOldForThis
      TooOldForThis 2 ай бұрын

      I don't get it :(

    • gregkrazanski
      gregkrazanski 2 ай бұрын

      funny, but i'd guess he's probably heard that joke or one like it countless times before. always gotta consider that when a professional does something day in, day out. they've heard any joke anyone can come up with, probably gets old

    • Art Imp
      Art Imp 2 ай бұрын

      Great line! I love trying to crack the probers - 1 nurse told me they see so many deaths, it is hard to let your guard down.
      Keep it up, they are smiling inside...

    • CJ S
      CJ S 2 ай бұрын

      Dude!! That is gold!

  • Hellfire4WD
    Hellfire4WD 2 ай бұрын +5

    Such a move from these two giants... huge respect!

  • John Clark
    John Clark 2 ай бұрын +4

    Honestly the worst part of having a colonoscopy is the prep the day before. The procedure you're asleep for, or I was at least. If they could somehow make the prep less nauseating, that would make me want to get tested more often.

  • Dee Holladay
    Dee Holladay 2 ай бұрын +8

    A colonoscopy is such an easy way to prevent a horrible disease.
    My Mom had absolutely no symptoms of anything being wrong. When they finally presented, she was already at stage 4. She was gone way too young.
    The prep is easier than ever now, and you get a great nap!
    Get your colonoscopy sooner rather than later. It can make all the difference.
    Kudos to Rob and Ryan for bring awareness to this topic.

    • Aviation Gin Guy
      Aviation Gin Guy 2 ай бұрын +1

      Thanks for your love and support to Ryan and Rob awareness campaign

  • Carol Hamilton World Global Network Helo

    Couldn't help but laugh at the Lead from Behind lol. Way to go gentleman, making health care and prevention manly, doable, easy to talk about, and helping others!

    • Aviation Gin Guy
      Aviation Gin Guy 2 ай бұрын

      The goal is to see the wellbeing of the survival of the human species... Thanks for your support as a huge fan of Ryan and Rob...

  • Krnabrny Dziobak
    Krnabrny Dziobak 2 ай бұрын +2

    It was Rob worrying about his hair and struggling to eat a cookie that finally convinced me to go get my colonoscopy… you may have just saved a life, Rob.

  • bcbotkillerpresents
    bcbotkillerpresents 2 ай бұрын +3

    This is amazing. Words escape me at how amazing this is. I've always loved Ryan Reynolds but damn I have so much respect for him now. colonoscopy are extremely important. Thank you so much Ryan Reynolds for doing this!

  • tubetaz
    tubetaz 2 ай бұрын +3

    Great watching these two as they riff off each other in anything that they do together. I've also had this procedure at 60 and I'd definitely recommend it, so guys don't hang about, it could save your life.

  • Tiffany Flax
    Tiffany Flax 2 ай бұрын +2

    Thank you for bringing more awareness to preventative screening. I have Crohns and encouraged my dad to have a colonoscopy, which found early stage cancer. It literally saved his life. Much respect to you both for doing this. ❤️

  • Rick Prins
    Rick Prins 2 ай бұрын +1

    So here's my fun story of a colonoscopy: About 10 years ago I was due for the procedure, and scheduled it for a Monday morning. I went through the prep - which we all know is the worst thing about a colonoscopy - and was finally felling like I could safely get in bed around 10pm. Just as I was climbing into bed, the phone rings. Remember, this is a Sunday night around 10:30pm. It's the surgical center. They tell me they lost power during a storm that evening and would not get it back by Monday morning. I had to reschedule it two weeks later, which meant doing the prep AGAIN! Good times, good times...

  • Shadowofchaos 89
    Shadowofchaos 89 2 ай бұрын +6

    You saved yourself and your friend from cancer. Thank you for making us laugh at your colonoscopy and helping save other people.

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  • Ian Moore
    Ian Moore 2 ай бұрын +1

    It’s an underrated procedure. Thanks guys for helping to bring more awareness!!
    I’m 39 and have had 2 colonoscopies so far! I’m glad to have early screening since pre cancerous polyps were found both times

  • jackashelford
    jackashelford 2 ай бұрын +2

    This was amazing. Thank you for shining some awareness!

  • Diane McKinney Photography
    Diane McKinney Photography 2 ай бұрын +2

    Thank you for making people more aware! ❤️ I was diagnosed stage 3 colon cancer- NO SYMPTOMS-ROUTINE SCREENING. Life got busy and I put off my screening until 53. I could have avoided surgery and chemo had I just gone in on time when my doctor told me too. I hope this motivates more people to get their screenings. Great job guys!!

  • thats no moon
    thats no moon 2 ай бұрын +5

    I love this! Thank you guys so much ❤️
    Also, I love the exchange between Rob and the nurse. I think Rob was expecting him to say Always Sunny. 😂

  • HellaJ
    HellaJ 2 ай бұрын +4

    You are awesome Ryan! I just turned 45 and had to have my first colonoscopy and they found for pre-cancerous polyps. It’s never anything that we want to talk about or share with others but it’s so so so important and I commend you for sharing it with others and bringing awareness with your usual comedic style.

    • Aviation Gin Guy
      Aviation Gin Guy 2 ай бұрын

      Thanks for your love and support to Ryan and Rob awareness campaign...

  • NotInAGoodWay
    NotInAGoodWay 2 ай бұрын +79

    Not all heroes wear capes…some have tiny cameras shoved up their assholes and broadcast for all to see. So happy to hear you both will be around longer for us to enjoy.

  • Daniel st. Pierre
    Daniel st. Pierre 2 ай бұрын

    Im really glad you made this. I've been fighting colon cancer since last year. Going through my last cycle of chemo for the 4th time, im optimistic about it. My thoughts is, i hit the cancer with my car and it's crawling into a ditch to go die off. Im 35 and got it out of nowhere, none of my family members have a history of any type of cancer. So im confused as to where this one came from.

  • LK
    LK 2 ай бұрын +1

    Even though it's still about 14 years until I have to take my first colonoscopy, I'm feeling better about taking it. Thank you Rob and Ryan, you guys are amazing! Go Wrexham!

  • James DeRuvo
    James DeRuvo 2 ай бұрын +1

    I feel your pain, Ryan. I had my first one about a month ago.

  • TestOneDev
    TestOneDev 2 ай бұрын +3

    I would also fully recommend to go there... Even before 45y! At "just" 30y, had slight pressure feeling from time to time, initially docs thought it's just some regular digestion stuff... turned out to be a 3cm polyp - luckily was found in time, else would've been a rather short life.

  • Froggy77100
    Froggy77100 2 ай бұрын +100

    I couldn't help but notice both doctors mentioned what a good job Ryan & Rob did with their prep/clean out. It was a bit of a PSA within a PSA; telling everyone to make sure they aren't full of it, in order to have the most thorough colonoscopy. #LeadFromBehind

    • Smitty
      Smitty 2 ай бұрын

      @Russell Holmes Just laxatives and spending time on the toilet. You don't have to actually....manually clean anything haha. But doing a "good job" is following instructions, taking the full laxative mixture, and keeping at it until everything is liquid (or even clear? I can't recall). Apparently a lot of people don't follow the instructions

    • Michelle Fu
      Michelle Fu 2 ай бұрын +3

      @Russell Holmes it's a lovely combo of laxatives and other clear liquids that results in flushing out the pipes. It's not pleasant, but I actually feel healthier for the next few days without all that sludge in my colon.

    • Russell Holmes
      Russell Holmes 2 ай бұрын +1

      Also - Got to ask the question that is on everyone's - - er - - _mind_ : just what is involved with this prep/clean-out? Apparently, my work is doing some sort of charity probing event and I have been volunteered. I mean, I do homebrew beer, so I've got a bottle brush, but I don't know how far up they go. Do I need and extension rod?

    • Russell Holmes
      Russell Holmes 2 ай бұрын +1

      @Nicholas Reynolds I see what you did, there. If you hadn't, I would've.

    • Ang B
      Ang B 2 ай бұрын +9

      Half assed. 😂😂😂

  • Angelia Phillips
    Angelia Phillips 2 ай бұрын +1

    Saved my life. They found cancer. Had 5 weeks of chemo. 6 weeks of radiation. 5 surgical procedures. Now I'm finishing up a final, 3 month series of chemo and I'm cancer free! God is good and so is being proactive. Thanks to both of you for the vid and fighting the negative stigma of colostomy procedures. #BravoZulu 👍👍👍

  • Linor Rosenberg
    Linor Rosenberg 2 ай бұрын

    Thank you so much for doing this!!!! I lost my grandmother and great Uncle to Colon Cancer, and when I had genetic screening for a bunch of things (specifically looking for something else entirely) discovered I have the colon cancer gene, increasing my risk. I had my first colonoscopy at 35 and I'm on the every five year plan. Better safe than sorry.

  • Austin Chiang MD MPH
    Austin Chiang MD MPH 2 ай бұрын +2

    Thank you Ryan and Rob for doing this to help raise awareness about colonoscopy and colorectal cancer prevention!!!!!

  • Theresa Nicks
    Theresa Nicks 2 ай бұрын +1

    Thank you so much for making that fun! I am 58 and just had my first colonoscopy after I had a Cologard test that was positive. The prep was no fun but the colonoscopy was a cinch! I don't remember much after it cuz the drugs didn't wear off before I went home (you two were pretty spoiled lol). Btw...they did find 2 polyps and sent them for testing (result was precancerous stage). Now I get to go every 5 years instead of 10. Oh well that's what happens when you get old! Thanks again!

  • Roman GG-Go
    Roman GG-Go 2 ай бұрын +2

    These guys are an absolute treasure for the human race👍🏻

  • Christopher Castillo
    Christopher Castillo 2 ай бұрын +1

    Thank you! I was diagnosed with stage 3b colon cancer at 40. You leading your voice to this important issue.

  • Robin Adams
    Robin Adams 2 ай бұрын

    That was amazing! Great job, everyone involved!

  • Maria de-flower me now
    Maria de-flower me now 2 ай бұрын +1

    The pride on Robs face when he realized he had more polyps is GOLDEN.

  • T Nakas
    T Nakas 2 ай бұрын +1

    Amazing job guys! Thanks for spreading the word on this lifesaving preventative screening!

  • CincinnatiFireball
    CincinnatiFireball 2 ай бұрын

    Great job to you both! Having 2 bowel diseases I’ve had them since age 4, due again in 6 mos. They are easy! Twilight doesn’t work on me so I’m awake even. Don’t be a puss, everyone else gets to be high. My German grandpa withered away from colorectal cancer, it was tragic.
    Rob wins for learning Welsh, so badass! Ryan wins for sexiest walk into a hospital…rawr! Loving Wrexham guys. Good on you for all you do!

  • Brooks Bell
    Brooks Bell 2 ай бұрын +1

    Thank you for doing this Ryan and Rob! You are going to prevent a sh!t ton of cancer!

  • Krista Morehead-McNutt
    Krista Morehead-McNutt 2 ай бұрын +1

    Thank You!! I've been getting screed since 25, family history. It's gotten so much better over years. You get best nap and potentially save your life- please get them as recommended!!

  • Tony
    Tony 2 ай бұрын +166

    Just turned 29 yesterday, got my first colonoscopy when I was 27 and had many polyps removed. With a family history of colon cancer I thought it was important to get in there well before 45. My father was diagnosed when he was in his mid 40s and it was caught too late. Sharing this type of information is really life saving.
    I've been struggling a lot lately with diverticulitis and it's been suggested that I have another colonoscopy next week. Everything about screening, polyps, and diverticulitis makes me more nervous than anything. Appreciate both Rob and Ryan sharing their experience, it's given me a good laugh about all this.

    • geson86
      geson86 2 ай бұрын +1

      @Tibor Krisko can you explain how fibre reduces colon cancer risk? Is it just fixing the gut bacteria, and good gut bacteria reduces colon cancer risk?
      I dont have butt cancer, but i did have other problems all my life, several doctors told me to eat more fibre. Some said to eat loads of fibre rich grains, 1 told me to skip those and only eat fibre rich fruits/vegs. When i finally stopped and went on a high red meat diet filled with insane amounts of animal fats, all my symptoms dissappeared. It worked the opposite of what doctors said, and 100% like the weird doctors on the internet said.
      I know ibs and colon cancer are 2 completely different things. But everything those internet doctors i follow will tell me fibre is never needed. And fibre will, in almost everyone eventually, cause severe damage

    • Tibor Krisko
      Tibor Krisko 2 ай бұрын

      @Ken Diet will not "prevent" but diets can reduce polyps. As a gastroenterologist and researcher, high fructose corn syrup can contribute to polyp formation. Red meats and processed meats also contribute (note, they are not a 1:1, direct causes). So yes, diet does influence colon cancer risk.

    • Tibor Krisko
      Tibor Krisko 2 ай бұрын +1

      @geson86 with all due respect, totally disagree. One of the most important things for gut health, and health of healthy gut microbes, is fiber rich foods. Minimally-processed, whole foods. Yes to avoiding excessive amounts of carbohydrates if one is struggling with obesity. And DEFINITELY avoiding simple carbs (white breads, white rice) and sugars. But high-fiber foods are rich with benefits...especially from the perspective of reducing risk of colon cancer.

    • geson86
      geson86 2 ай бұрын

      @Bitfire31337 All heart diseases are caused by sugar damage to all the stuff in your blood stream. healthy butter or bacon can't cause any problems at all if there is no massive consumption of sugar

    • OnomatoPrinting
      OnomatoPrinting 2 ай бұрын +2

      My mother discovered her diverticulitis in her late 60s when one burst. She struggled with weight gain, hernias and surgeries that made the last 15 years of her life miserable. It's very likely that starting regular colonoscopies earlier might have prevented immeasurable pain.

  • Sherry Sink
    Sherry Sink 2 ай бұрын +1

    Thanks for posting this, Rob and Ryan! I scheduled my very 1st colonoscopy for December (that was the first they had available, argh), so I appreciated seeing that it wasn't too traumatic for either of you. That really does help put me more at ease for my appointment.
    Though my appointment isn't until the week before Xmas so I hope I don't get bad news or that will really suck. Here's hoping all will be well. 🤞🍀
    So glad for both of you that everything was healthy! ☺

  • Wayne Stanley
    Wayne Stanley 2 ай бұрын

    Thank you for doing this! If we can all do this when the time comes it will be a phenomenal human accomplishment.

  • Nicholas Hale
    Nicholas Hale 2 ай бұрын

    Great video, you guys are both awesome! I am turning 40 this year and had some issues. I scheduled a colonoscopy to be safe and found a polyp that could have turned cancerous. I would recommend to anyone having any blood, pain or any other issues to do this!

  • Phantomsmiler
    Phantomsmiler 20 күн бұрын

    I’ll have my first colonoscopy ever this week, thanks to this video. I am 46 years old and for some reason completely neglected this. Great job Ryan creating awareness.

  • Heisenberg
    Heisenberg 2 ай бұрын +400

    Ryan Reynolds is one of the only celebrities who forgets he's a celebrity

    • k k
      k k 2 ай бұрын

      @Random Dude ya because being boring and poor is for losers

    • TMercan31
      TMercan31 2 ай бұрын +1

      @Random Dude Free Guy was really good, I was pleasantly surprised! If you haven't seen it, check it out.
      The ads are for his own companies, it cuts down on costs when you don't have to pay for some big name to do ads for you.

    • Random Dude
      Random Dude 2 ай бұрын +2

      No he doesn’t. He’s constantly riding on his reputation and in an ad for some company he imaged his way into yet no good movie in the last few years just a few Netflix duds.

    • Samuel J. Martin III
      Samuel J. Martin III 2 ай бұрын +17

      I’d add Keanu Reeves to that very short list. Oh Snap, he’s Canadian too‼️

    • elcanaldeFernandon
      elcanaldeFernandon 2 ай бұрын +32

      He's not a celebrity, he's canadian

  • Jonesy27
    Jonesy27 2 ай бұрын

    Great video guys, I've just come out of hospital a few days ago after suffering a perforated bowel, I was very lucky, it's been a kick in the ass I needed to do something about my lifestyle.. so one of the parts of recovery from this is I'll be going for colonoscopy in a few weeks, I've been quite nervous concerned about it, your video has certainly helped my anxiety.

  • Todd Enders
    Todd Enders 2 ай бұрын

    Having gotten several scopes, I appreciate and can relate to the feeling when you’re in recovery. Literally laughed out loud when they were struggling to eat or talk. To everyone thinking the prep is awful and that the procedure is going to be awful, it goes by quick and you’re treated really well and you too will probably have some funny stories to tell from recovery.
    I had scopes done back in the 2000’s and the prep and procedure back then compared to now is completely different. So much better now. Get screened.

  • luthiify
    luthiify 2 ай бұрын +4

    I just beat stage 3 colorectal cancer. The colonoscopy was the easiest part of the last year. They need to drop the age limit down even further as many of us are getting diagnosed before 45. I am 44 with no family history of CRC, and many others are being diagnosed even earlier.
    Thank you for spreading awareness.

    • Jennie Meyer
      Jennie Meyer 2 ай бұрын

      @pepsiwepsi Hi, hope you don't mind me popping into this convo to give you my symptoms. No one in my huge amount of blood relatives, alive and passed, had colorectal cancer. I was diagnosed with stage 2 colon cancer last year at the age of 42. I started having noticeable small amounts of blood in my stool and or on toilet paper in 2017. It was every 3 to 4 months. Took the at home blood in stool test. It came back negative. I also started having diahrea, change in bowel habits. Then towards the end of 2020 I became anemic. Noticed blood about once a month and bowel movements were 4 to 6 times a day. In 2021 I couldn't leave the house because I needed to be near a toilet. Anemia was very bad. Also had gassy rumbling in rectum area, if that makes sense. Especially when waking up in morning. Also, as soon as I woke up in the morning I had to go. Finally had a colonoscopy in August 2021 and surgery in September 2021. Couple weeks before surgery I started having the ribbon like stools. If you're asking because you're having symptoms, don't wait like I did. I was very lucky that it was only stage 2 after having symptoms for so long. Colonoscopy, and switching doctors to take me and my symptoms seriously, saved my life. Talk to your doctor if you're having any symptoms or concerns.

    • pepsiwepsi
      pepsiwepsi 2 ай бұрын

      May I ask did you have symptoms?

  • Nick Westgarth
    Nick Westgarth 2 ай бұрын +2

    Good work guys, it still amazes me how many men fear any type of back door examination. This type of stuff will only reduce the fear of the unknown for those who avoid it, could save lives and never even know it. Again well done guys!

    • Ang B
      Ang B 2 ай бұрын

      Those men also don’t wash their asses or wipe them because “it’s gay”.

  • Lepracon McPot
    Lepracon McPot 2 ай бұрын +1

    As much as I love this and both of you, I also wish it was just that easy to get a doctors appointment... can't even see a dentist without paying out the pooper these days.

  • Last Name First Name
    Last Name First Name 2 ай бұрын +1

    ryan is a most amazing individual. thanks for the deep look into the man known as ryan reynolds, rob.

  • Stefanie A
    Stefanie A 2 ай бұрын +2

    This is such a great video. Thanks, you two. Stage 3 colon cancer survivor here. Wish I had scheduled my colonoscopy 5 years sooner. Get it done, friends!

  • jennifer marie
    jennifer marie 2 ай бұрын

    Thank you for this💙💙 My brother passed away from colon cancer at 43 years old. Get your screenings everyone! A colonoscopy is nothing compared to the effects of colon cancer.

  • saramuse75
    saramuse75 2 ай бұрын +2

    I had many polyps and a 4cm benign tumor removed already when I was 28. Had had symptoms for several years then already. Now I'm 47 and haven't been checked for more than 12 years. Thanks for reminding me I should get a new screening done. Here in Sweden I have never heard of anyone getting colonoscopies without having symptoms though.. Wonder why. Both my uncle and my cousins wife died when they were around 50 from colon cancer. So sad when knowing it is preventable.
    Edit: reading comments from others I see that another thing we do differently in Sweden is letting the patient be awake during the procedure. 😅

  • Derrick
    Derrick 2 ай бұрын

    Can’t stress how important this is and for Ryan and Rob to bring awareness to it. Get it done people.

  • Mailman2-1Actual
    Mailman2-1Actual 2 ай бұрын

    Love that Ryan is bringing more awareness to this. I’ll make sure to do one when I reach 45.

  • Jerry Reding
    Jerry Reding 2 ай бұрын +1

    Well, Ryan and Rob both did amazingly well coming off the conscious sedation (unless they cut that part out of their respective videos!). My ex-wife told me that she was sitting with me in recovery, and that I got on all fours on the bed and was looking around the mattress very intently. She asked what I was doing, and apparently I said, "I think I pooped my pants." 😆

  • Pam H.
    Pam H. 2 ай бұрын

    Love that you did this! I’m 49 and had my 2nd colonoscopy abt a month ago. He found 1 polyp he could take out but another large 28 mm flat laying lesion that he couldn’t. He told me that if I hadn’t cleaned myself out well enough he would’ve missed it and told me to come back in 10 yrs but I’d have full blown cancer in 5! 😳 He said it’s def precancerous and I have to go back to have another colonoscopy w EMR (a resection) to have it removed. I’m currently recovering from a hysterectomy so I have to wait till I’m recovered so that’s going to be done in 4 weeks.
    Just a PSA for the people- the prep isn’t fun but finish it!! It’s so important to clean yourself out fully so they can see even the flat lesions that can be easily missed.
    Also, if you are actually reading this Ryan, I’m kinda mortified that I’m discussing cleaning myself out fully. 😭😂 I do love you and appreciate you guys putting yourself out there to share such an important reminder! So glad they found yours early too! ❤️

  • Michael Selewach
    Michael Selewach 2 ай бұрын

    Thank you for doing this. My first one, many years ago and without anatheisia, removed some polyps that possibly may have done me in. I go every 5 years but now they put you out!! Btw, I was hoping for more of the prep the day before. That would be great acting!!

  • Lorie Chapman
    Lorie Chapman 2 ай бұрын

    Thank you for sharing, I have a very rare syndrome called Lynch syndrome, the main cancers are called colorectal and endometrial uterine cancer, I was diagnosed with stage 3 endometrial uterine cancer this last april, I had my first check up in my early 20s due to my syndrome and had several polyps removed. Cancer screening saves lives. Thank you again for sharing.

  • Eric Gen
    Eric Gen 2 ай бұрын

    It was the easiest thing I’ve ever done. I had no recovery time. The whole thing lasted 25 minutes. Don’t be intimidated. Go get it done folks!

  • Melody The Massage Therapist
    Melody The Massage Therapist 2 ай бұрын +272

    Way to go, guys!! One and three polyps GONE!!! Cancer snuffed out in the first quarter!!! Big happy dance for you two!!! 👍👍👍👍

    • Melody The Massage Therapist
      Melody The Massage Therapist 2 ай бұрын

      @OptimusGPrime ohhhhh bummer!!!! Yep they are still there, again!!! Weird how they did disappear for a while!!! Thanks so much for telling me!!! Yikes, so sorry I tend to use way too many exclamation points!!! Take care! 😎

    • OptimusGPrime
      OptimusGPrime 2 ай бұрын +1

      @Melody The Massage Therapist FYI they are still there. Reporting a comment only removes it for you, unless YoutTube decides they are in violation and then removes it.

    • Melody The Massage Therapist
      Melody The Massage Therapist 2 ай бұрын

      @Karl Hungus just reported and they are both gone. Thanks again!

    • Melody The Massage Therapist
      Melody The Massage Therapist 2 ай бұрын

      Hi@Karl Hungus!! Thanks for checking out the weird link! I’m going to report it and I think there is another weird video link. Soooo weird! Someone once said that they are bots?? So glad you checked it out so that I don’t have to! :)

    • IMY123
      IMY123 2 ай бұрын +1

      FUNNY FOOTAGE OF KENNY RÄPING a LION :
      kzclip.net/video/CWfd8OjWkwg/бейне.html

  • Glen And Friends Cooking
    Glen And Friends Cooking 2 ай бұрын +1

    Thanks for doing this - hopefully it motivates at least some of the people watching to go for the test.

  • Susan Tully
    Susan Tully 2 ай бұрын

    Thanks for doing this and filming it guys. Really helps to show that it's not nearly as scary as ppls minds make it out to be. I know I had a completely different vision in my head. Now when I have to do this in 8 years I'll think of you when I go 😂😂

  • M
    M 2 ай бұрын +1

    This is such a wonderful thing to do, and also massive props to Ryan for the post-anesthesia rosebudding reference that was amazing 👏👏👏👏👏

  • MrBeans
    MrBeans 2 ай бұрын +1

    These 2 and their friendship are a legit gift from God! I absolutely LOVE these two!!!!!!!! Thats one cool Doctor too.

  • Luke Glover
    Luke Glover 2 ай бұрын +1

    It literally saved my moms life. She went in for a colonoscopy in 2018 and found out she had rectal cancer. She had surgery, and chemo (for close to a year-ish), and so far all good since then.

  • Alicia Anderson
    Alicia Anderson 2 ай бұрын

    Thanks, Rob and Ryan! I've had polyps removed twice during colonoscopies, so I get to go back every 5 years for now! Thanks for raising awareness in a fun way!