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Colonoscopy prep ?
Jan 24, 2006
... P.S. My mother had one and she had to take the fleet enema, and the green bottled laxitive you buy at the drug store. ... (6 replies)
Colonoscopy prep ?
Jan 24, 2006
... I've talked to family member's who had it so easy. They had to buy everythng premade and their laxitive drink was small and quick. ... (6 replies)
... Sorrel2: I think we are ALL echoing that you NEED a colonoscopy. I suggested, as did JD, that your diet of fiberous foods may be getting caught up on whatever the obstruction is, if there is one. So, I think JD said it best, and I completely support his post. As far as the water solution... clear is NOT normal. My initial thought was that you were absorbing water b/c... (23 replies)

... citrate cleaned you out then at least that blockage isn't complete. Had it been a complete blockage, taking a laxitive may well have made matters worse. ... (9 replies)
... impaction and take some laxitive. four weeks later the pain is horrid and I feel genuinely ill. I AM worried it could be cancer in there. I was due to have a colonoscopy and this has now been downgraded to a barium enema after Christmas!. ... (5 replies)
... ello ds112, my colonoscopy went fine, strange enough i wasnt nervous at all on the day, i think when you see someone suffer the way my dad did you would do anything to avoid being in the same situation. the worst part of it was the night before drinking the laxitive...... horrible. I've got an appointment on the 1st Nov to see if the results show anything. the dr at the... (13 replies)
... Tommy and Tim: You both NEED TO SEE A Gastroenterologist and push for a colonoscopy. There are SO many young people on this board, including myself, who have been diagnosed with Colorectal Cancer. Both of you can try taking a fiber supplement daily until you get in with a GI. I personally like Benefiber. You could also take a generic (store brand which is usually just... (3 replies)
... Tommy -- I am having very similar problems but not exactly the same. -- I'm 47 -- and I had a colonoscopy 6 years ago -- I do have a family history of colon cancer -- my dad died of it - age 65. I had the 'thin' stool too. But then a few days later I had my normal (giant) size stool -- so, if the thin stool was from a blockage, where did the blockage 'go' when I had the... (3 replies)
... to be followed by a large dose of senna based laxitive and lots of liquids of my choice. ... (9 replies)
... If you use a laxitive does the pain and blood go away for a day or two after the effects of the laxitive have done their "job"? ... (2 replies)
Change in Stool
Jan 12, 2005
... your bowel which are slowing down motility. So the surgery could be the cause of it. The little streaks of blood are probably due to alll the straining, but a colonoscopy is a great idea. ... (9 replies)
... You should get a colonoscopy so that the whole colon can be viewed, and any polyps removed and biopsied. I just had a colonoscopy this morning, and I must say it was a piece of cake. You don't eat anything the day before, and you take a laxitive preperation to clean yourself out. ... (3 replies)

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