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... My colonoscopy is this week, and right now I have a terrible cold. I can hardly breathe, my throat hurts and my head is pounding. I've been using Vicks vapor rub, drinking plenty of fluids and sucking on hard candy to ease my throat. ... (2 replies)
CEA slowly rising
Aug 26, 2006
... where you KNOW something is growing somewhere, I REALLY wouldn't worry. I know easier said than done. ... (28 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)
... First of all, let me say that no two people are alike and that your results may differ from mine. With that said, I would like to detail my recent colonoscopy in hopes that it may enlighten those who have yet to have one and those who may have had one a while back and things are always changing. ... (2 replies)
... There is flexibility in the timing of taking the prep liquid. It is also helpful to go on a no residue diet the day before the all liquid diet. That way when you drink the prep there will be less residue in the intestine that needs to be expelled. ... (2 replies)
... The swollen gland is probably from sinus drainage or if you have ever had tonsillitis. ... (3 replies)
Colonoscopy
Jul 29, 2007
... As mentioned before, I just had my third colonoscopy and have a few tips and some info for you, based on my experiences with the test. ... (25 replies)
Colonoscopy
Jul 26, 2007
... I just had my third colonoscopy and have a few tips and some info for you, based on my experiences with the test. ... (6 replies)
... Yes,CD it does get better in that I don't get that feeling as much anymore but I still get it once in a while and, it seems, as strong as always. ... (83 replies)
... This is DEFINITELY not stupid. You know, I knew there was chemistry between you and me from the start. My wife is a severe sexual abuse survivor, has had issues with paps, delieveries of our children, and yes, colonoscopies. ... (11 replies)
... I'm doing OK, finally was able to pass some gas, and have very loose stool that looks partially undigested. I hate that I'm so obsessed about checking my poop! I know it's easier said that done... ... (68 replies)
... to cook. I have read lots of studies on this. And do colon cleanses periodically as they will clean you out and detoxify your whole system. This one is safe. I recommend a free one. PM or instant message me for for the link. ... (20 replies)
Colonoscopy
Mar 13, 2009
... I agree with Bonnie, if you can handle eating light the day before you start your prep the easier it will be to get cleaned out. ... (8 replies)
... yes, the post that said...drink like, 8 oz every ten or 15 minutes. And make sure its cold. I dont know what size the jug was for mine. Looked bigger than a gallon to me. With white powder in it. It really didnt taste like anything. It was trying to drink that much. My hubby was my cheerleader. ... (5 replies)
... The neuropathy I have been diagnosed with is an adverse effect of one of my chemotherapy drugs in my second round, after surgery to remove the tumor. ... (12 replies)
... I didn't realize that.That feels really cold. Just because YOU are mentally tougher than I am right now gives you no right to judge me as "draining good energy" You have no idea what I am about and what I have to deal with and what I AM going through. You admittedly don't "Get it" at least the mental part of all this. ... (11 replies)
... this is the first time i am posting on this forum, but i have been following for the past 2 months. ... (7 replies)
... and in a few I was awake and in some was out cold. The sedation used is not that strong, only enough to relax you a great deal. The anesthetic used for more invasive things such as surgery is a LOT stronger. ... (19 replies)
... Buy a magazine. ... (17 replies)


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