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... Can the Docs miss cancer on a colonoscopy? ... (3 replies)
... Hey there, i had a colonoscopy done to check for colon problems and now to find out that they can easily miss these lesions wich everyone keeps mentioning that are ten times more likely cancerous. ... (2 replies)
... I broke down and had a colonoscopy a few weeks ago. ... (1 replies)

... Some doctors use a drug called Versed along with Demerol. Versed is a drug that doesn't put you to sleep but cancels out your memory of the event. The Demerol is a pain medication. ... (19 replies)
... HI, first time to post. This past Feb. 2005 my mom had her 3rd colonoscopy in the past 10 months. One in April 2004 and one in Nov. 2004 everything they said was fine. ... (14 replies)
... I hope you are both doing well, and had a very enjoyable weekend. I hope your physical and emotional pain subsided enough to let in a smile, or at least one happy moment. ... (68 replies)
... Rectal bleeding that occurs more than once must be checked out with a colonoscopy. Have you had a colonoscopy? ... (8 replies)
... Foods like beets and red peppers can make the stool appear to have blood in it. ... (12 replies)
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... I had stage 1 rectal cancer discovered Sept 08. Surgery to remove half my rectum in Oct. Got an infection, and an ilio bag in Oct. Reversal in Feb 09. ... (6 replies)
... You have to. I know it's hard but it's so important! The doctor's can not get an accurate test without a patient being completely "cleaned out". I am a Stage 3 rectal cancer survivor. ... (5 replies)
... Hope you're in the mood to read, cause this is gonna be a long winded response to CatAZ's q's! ... (12 replies)
... Hope you're in the mood to read, cause this is gonna be a long winded response to CatAZ's q's! ... (23 replies)
... I find myself once again posting and wondering if anyone has had this possibly happen, can they possibly miss things with a colonocopy? ... (4 replies)
... ey suspected Diverticulitis. I was moved to another part of ER and released just as the test came back negative but was told to take the Flagyl anyway. I've seen a GI dr. who did a colonoscopy and upper endo, biopsies came back negative. He found nothing wrong. No evidence of Crohns. ... (5 replies)
... Please have yourself checked by a doctor. Remember, the discomfort felt by a rectal examination dissipates very quickly. ... (16 replies)
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Jan 16, 2007
... lung cancer ? ... (11 replies)
... effective. Random colon cancer is very slow growing and it can take up to 10 years for a polyp to become cancerous. ... (3 replies)
... I didn''t know if I should start a new thread or not so I'm just using my old one. ... (24 replies)
... My mom had her first colonoscopy around 5 years ago. Her mother is a colon cancer survivor. They found a polyp and managed to lose it before they were done to test it. She was not asked to have a repeat until around 4 years later. ... (14 replies)

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