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... Or is it safe to assume this is a baseline? ... (10 replies)
... You scheduled yourself for a colonoscopy for a good reason and you MUST go through with it. The odds of puncturing the colon during routine colonoscopies are very very very small. Obviously you know that it does happen since it happened to your neighbor. ... (5 replies)
... villious, and then tubulor. All of these are adenomas. ... (4 replies)

... on and rectum, using a long, flexible, tubular instrument. It is used to diagnose colon and rectum problems and to perform biopsies and remove colon polyps. Most colonoscopies are done on an outpatient basis with minimal inconvenience and discomfort. ... (19 replies)
For Cancerdad
Sep 6, 2005
... if it's felt it is safe enough to get out with all the scar tissue without me bleeding to death... literally what was said! ... (28 replies)
... and since polyps grow slowly, regular colonoscopies can definitely help prevent colon cancer for the most part. ... (10 replies)
... years, without getting one. Hope you can find a doctor you feel safe with. Let us know how you are doing. ... (29 replies)




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