... Had my colonoscopy done today. ... (7 replies)
... condition, but because it's a bit more obscure there are oft similar posts but not exactly the same as my situation. So I figured I would sign up and make my own post and see what kind of response I could get. ... (5 replies)
... ray series, barium swallow, small bowel follow through, bloodwork, EGD, and the last was my colonoscopy which I had back in November. ... (6 replies)
... nd awound his lower intestines,waist and back. Went back to the GI at a week and a halg post sprocedure and he said it is common for the irritation, vomiting and nausea and scheduled him for a CT w Barium scheduled for Monday, but is thinking about going to the ER now. Has anyone had this problem or can shed some light on it? ... (2 replies)
... Hi Redneon....
First of all, how are you? I just passed my one-year mark for my colon re-section.
This thread is interesting. When I asked my surgeon (after my surgery) if he thought I still had diverticular disease, he said "more than likely." I see him soon and want to request a colonoscopy....just to have a look/see in there.
Anyway, back to your situation re:... (60 replies)
... sort of an idea what this could be. Even though you're young to some doctors, doesn't mean you can't be in pain, like some docs indicate. Good luck, and please post back if there's anything I can give you some information about. ... (9 replies)
... You will be fine. I was probably as scared as you are right now, but I never felt a thing. What I had to eat the day before was only chicken broth. Also make sure you drink plenty of water!! The water helps with the elimination process and it also helps keep you hydrated. Don't be alarmed if you see yellow colored watery stools - this is normal. Hang in there - you'll be fine (10 replies)
... :confused: Hi all!
Am really scared of this lark! im 22 an just as terrified of what d results will be. Am starting the prep 2 morrow. 3 sachets of picolax. any have any experieces with this? Am wondering what i can and cnt eat today. when tey say i can eat jelly (jello) doesthat mean jelly in is liquid state or wobbly state? is it like having food posoning? is there nything... (10 replies)
... had an excellent colonoscopy in August that only found one small polyp, which was removed. ... (163 replies)
... ou're procedure went okay. I have the same feelings about clear watermelon gatorade as I tried mixing the phospho soda with that. Heck I think we could start a post just asking people what they can't even stand the sight of anymore because they mixed it with that nasty stuff! ... (13 replies)
... i just wanted to add a few things that may be of help to the post i just put on. ... (4 replies)
... He listened to me explain my symptoms. Pain, and sometimes bleeding. That's it. Nausea was because of the tramadol, it's always made me sick. I didnt have pain after eating. ... (1 replies)
... Yes, odd place to post this but, I have good reasons. ... (3 replies)
... u are not feeling well. I know how your feeling because it took 2 months for me to go from attack to actual surgery and I went through a lot of pain,weakness and nausea from the constant barrage of antibiotics and bland diet. ... (185 replies)
... I had post here before about having a colonoscopy which found nothing except an irritation where the stool gets stuck, it's irritated because I usually have to use my fincers to get the stool to come down and out.
Anyway, last night I had the worst cramps in my stomach and terrilble nausea, I thought I was going to have to go to the hospital! I was so scared! I didn't know... (4 replies)
... I've been sick for three months. Sick with no real explanation and because it's my digestive system it's embarrassing to talk about. This post is more of a vent than me looking for answers. I know this is impossible to figure out. I am 37 yrs old. ... (2 replies)
... The nausea you are feeling is most likely from the flagyl. ... (5 replies)
... Hey Poo. I actually was taken off all my meds a couple months ago after my last colonoscopy that my new GI ordered was good. My old GI said that was a big mistake and I agree as I'm having problems again now. ... (1 replies)
... It is my knowledge that a colonoscopy is never done with active diverticulitis...that the bowel must be uninflammed and rested after a bout of the infection. ... (165 replies)
... out again. After all of the necessary and needed healing we should both be as good as new if we continue to follow our post operative instructions to avoid hard stools and straining during BMs. ... (997 replies)