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... 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)
... In the ascending colon, a 3 mm diminutive, sessile polyp was seen and removed completely with regular cold biopsy forceps. ... (11 replies)
... If this is your first colonoscopy a few helpful tips. Make sure the prep drink is cold before starting it. Use a straw and chug it down, that way you taste less of it. ... (2 replies)

... I am doing my colonoscopy prep today and will have my colonoscopy tomorrow morning. I have had other ones, and hated the prep. ... (13 replies)
... I want to encourage people to take their diet very seriously. Eat lots of RAW veggies, and raw nuts to reduce and fight tumors. Use only COLD PRESSED virgin olive oil (not all olive oil is cold pressed) 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... (20 replies)
Mar 13, 2009
... what they told you so you can space out your drinks if you start to feel that you are unable to drink any more. Another problem I had was from drinking so much cold liquids that I was freezing, I was wearing sweats and burried under an electric blanket turned up high. ... (8 replies)
Mar 10, 2009
... First of all, the colonoscopy is not bad at all. You don't remember a thing. The only part you want to avoid is the anxiety connected with the anticipation. ... (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. I took half the day getting it down. Matter of fact...i think the... (5 replies)
... Yes, it's true...If you go to your appointment and are not "prepared" properly, the doctor will just send you home. Then you start all over. Just follow the directions, and keep the mixture cold. The anticipation is the worst part. The actual procedure is painless, and you won't remeber a thing. Good Luck! (5 replies)
... of my neck are permanantly swollen and scarred because of repeat throat infections couple with sinus infections. They are the size of golfballs. When I have a cold or infection they become more swollen and hard. It is quite painful. ... (3 replies)
... depends on what your taking to prep, make sure you read instructions, list of what you can drink, and drink drink, warm fat free chicken broth if you get tired of all cold drinks, usually nothing by mouth after midnight, only your dose in the am approx 3 hrs before procedure when your cleaned out you may see a yellow watery BM, i had to drink my prep real slow so as not to... (11 replies)
... numb. Even lying down the lightheadedness wouldn't stop. All I could think to do was throw myself under cold water. Every time I'd get out of the water, I'd start to black out again. Dehydration usually makes BP go down. ... (5 replies)
... I'm doing ok with it though, I found a Dr that likes to work with menopausal women. When I started with her, I already had my colonoscopy scheduled, and she was happy about that. ... (10 replies)
... Hey that's great! I don't understand why more drs don't precribe the prep you got. I have had the old fashioned stuff for both mine YUCK!.] Many doctors have stopped using the Fleet's phosphosoda prep because there have been cases of irreversable kidney damage - kidney shutdown in some people. Some of the reasons not to use this prep: if your kidney function is... (5 replies)
... Jennifer, Whitefish, Montana sounds beautiful, but cold. Do you ski? I have always wanted to get up to Glacier National Park. Although I think I will choose to do it in the summertime. Isn't Glacier close to Whitefish? Hopefully you can avoid the nuts and carmel corn during the holidays. That can be a challenge. I can tell that they don't treat you very well. Good... (45 replies)
... Thanks for checking on me, Lavender. Everything went very well with my colonoscopy. The prep was not as bad as I had expected. I kept the Vaseline handy by the toilet per posted recommendations but fortunately I did not need it. I am glad I was only required to take Fleets phospho soda and not any suppositories or anything else. The nursing staff at the doctor’s... (45 replies)
... t over with. Tough to deal with this and finals. I wished I had this week because the prep would have been a breeze. Just got done with some nasty stomach and cold bug. Can't keep anything in me and can't taste anything. ... (8 replies)
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)
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)
... Had 6 months of chemo, which ended in late October '06. I am coming up on the 1 year anniversary of my surgery, and am scheduled for a colonoscopy on March 9. I am a little nervous about it, but I think I'll be fine...My question concerns the sedation for my scope. ... (9 replies)

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