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... From there she told me treatment plans and that I needed to get a colonoscopy and a genetic test done. My colonoscopy came back good no polyps etc. my genetic testing however came back positive for Lunch Syndrome. ... (0 replies)
... You scheduled yourself for a colonoscopy for a good reason and you MUST go through with it. The odds of puncturing the colon during routine colonoscopies are very very very small. ... (5 replies)
... tender abdomen and had mucus with a tinge of blood. Both times the antibiotics took care of it. Starting in late January of this year I was having some urinary problems and while there mention to Dr I had seen a little blood once lately on stool but did not feel like it was colitis. ... (0 replies)

... itchy for awhile and then after I have blood the swelling will go down. This happens a couple times a year but the lump never goes away. My GI wants me to have a colonoscopy to rule out cancer or colitis or anything else but I am terrified of the procedure and have rescheduled it several times already. ... (3 replies)
... I had a colonoscopy and endoscope of my stomach two years ago. ... (0 replies)
... k since may. I have had blood in bowel movements but not anemic. I am on two different thing to make my bowel move and they are finally but very thin. I thoufht problems may have been solved since i was having what seemed to be good movements. ... (0 replies)
No Colonoscopy?
Nov 7, 2012
... tate cancer or colon cancer, I do not want to risk possible damage from a colonoscopy. I have refused a prostate biopsy because of the risks in the rectum and a colonoscopy is much more invasive than a prostate biopsy. ... (3 replies)
... ecking in to see what your Dr. had to say about the test results. I noted that you live in a City with excellend health care. Due to the unusual nature of your problems I'm sure that getting a consultation with a specialist would not cause problems with your current MD. Fingers crossed. ... (9 replies)
... Hmm, I'm under the impression that polyps take years to form and that's why you aren't due for a colonoscopy until you hit 50 or have problems that suggest a colonoscopy is needed. And if you don't have any polyps, then 10 years between screenings is the norm. ... (9 replies)
... Hi, Ive had three Colonoscopys and apart from some trapped wind which lasted a couple of hours, I had No other problems. I think you should give it 24 hrs and if still in pain consult your Dr. I'm sure a certain amount of discomfort is normal after such a procedure, take some painkillers and see how things go. Good Luck, Solofelix. (4 replies)
... e last one my dr used the "Micheal Jackson" drug as the Nurse called it, I can't spell it. I had no problem whatsoever and I am a red head, we tend to have major problems with anesthetics, I was amazed! I actually remember the drive home and was able to stay awake the rest of the day. I will ask for this the next time as well. ... (4 replies)
... I have to agree that you should have the CT scan with contrast. Also, a colonoscopy only goes in the large intestine, not the small intestine. Perhaps your problems are originating there. The CT scan with contrast would show that. ... (2 replies)
... I was having some major problems much like yours and after I felt like my doctor was missing the mark, I went to someone else. I have not regretted that decision one bit. ... (2 replies)
... I had my 2nd colonoscopy in 2.5 years 2 weeks ago and all results came back NORMAL. ... (2 replies)
... Want it for cancer screening. No problems. Lost insurance after I lost my job. (5 replies)
... i have had bad stomach problems for awhile,and want to have a colonoscopy done to make sure everything is fine.just wondering what else i can tell the doctor to have him run this test? ... (0 replies)
... Sudo, Honestly, the worst part is the anticipation. The procedure itself is quick and you wont remember a thing. Routine screening is the best thing you can do to protect yourself from any serious problems. When you are done, you will get a great peace of mind, knowing you are all clear. If they should remove any polyps, it is good, because you will never let one get... (5 replies)
Colonoscopy help
Jan 3, 2010
... I believe your mother has an ostomy, me too. Since my cancer and more importantly, since my surgery that took my rectum I too have a difficult time with the prep solution. I too can vomit from it. They have taken the Fleet solutions off the market because it was too hard on the body and most importantly the kidneys. Was your mother taking this? My recommendation about... (2 replies)
... I think the colonoscopy is pretty accurate, because, as you know, they actually go through the entire bowel, taking photos and viewing the entire length for any suspicious polyps. ... (1 replies)
First colonoscopy
Sep 23, 2009
... Hi Younggranny, Having a scope in two weeks ,it will be my fourteenth in twelve years. Unfortunately my first scope found stage 3c colon ca and I have had lots of polyps removed since. My second scope was in the middle of chemo and sensitised me to the levage mixture. I had fleet preps for many years but now they are frowned on and I do now have serious kidney problems.... (15 replies)




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