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... e, my friend, that you do not have cancer. Kudos to those who do have cancer and are fighting the good fight. Like the previous poster, I am required to undergo colonoscopy and endoscopy every year, but with history of stage 4 endometriosis. Right now, it feels as though my colon is being "choked" by scar tissue... ... (11 replies)
... problems so I went to my doctor only to find that it was too early for my exam to be covered by insurance so I just kept putting it off. I fianally got in to see my doctor a couple of weeks ago. ... (11 replies)
... Most insurance companies will pay for colonoscopies for people over 50. ... (3 replies)

Lower left pain
Aug 15, 2005
... To answer your question, my insurance is an HMO and any specialist I see has to be a referral made by my primary care physician. I think what is happening is they check out one system at a time. ... (2 replies)
... I have had one colonoscopy and there were several polyps found and one was huge. ... (6 replies)
... Hi guys, well as the title says I'm getting my first colonoscopy tomorrow. I been constipated for years, days would go by without even going once, then when I do very little comes out. It just got to the point where i started having really bad abdominal pains. ... (11 replies)
... r another test, do not know the name of the procedure but it consisted of a barium enema and air being puffed into the colon, with not being able to continue the colonoscopy my gastroenterolist wanted this test done so he could see what was going on in the part of the colon he could not get the scope through. ... (2 replies)
... Paul, my hubby has had them for years. According to his doctor they are harmless and any removal would be cosmetic only which would not be covered by health insurance. I have never heard that they were a sign of colon or any other kind of cancer. Where did you get that information from? ... (8 replies)
... Back to my 3rd experience. After nothing else worked, by g.i. doc prescribed an IV drug called neostigmine. I think he prescribed 2 mg, but don't quote me on that. ... (12 replies)
... Back to my 3rd experience. After nothing else worked, by g.i. doc prescribed an IV drug called neostigmine. I think he prescribed 2 mg, but don't quote me on that. ... (23 replies)
... Yes, genetic testing is expensive. Luckily my insurance is paying for it. ... (12 replies)
... In another forum a person compared the price of a colonoscopy in the U.S. to the same procedure in Spain. He said for what we pay in the U.S. ... (5 replies)




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