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... I have a colonoscopy in 2 weeks. The BPH can be dealt with later, but I'm freaked about a negative colonoscopy. I can't afford the debilitation from colon surgery. ... (0 replies)
... A few small polyps, taken off, no colonoscopy for another 10 years!! Of course, unless something comes up before then! ... (2 replies)
... went back to the GI and scheduled a colonoscopy. The prep was no fun obviously but I really didn't care as I was so anxious about my results. Yesterday I had the colonoscopy and received the news that I have internal hemorrhoids and a possible weak colon. He prescribed more fiber. ... (2 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)
... At my physical they found blood in my stool sample so I'm over 50 and I'm scheduled for colonoscopy early May. ... (1 replies)
... Had my first colonoscopy yesterday. Bleeding occasionally for years. chalked it up to hemorrhoids or fissure and didn't get a colonoscopy until yesterday. ... (1 replies)
... I had my first colonoscopy today. I am 53 yr old female. ... (0 replies)
... ormal thus far and considering I'm a healthy young man with no other symptoms then the abdominal pain I shouldn't worry. He says if I were older he would think a colonoscopy might be necessary but since I'm so young and healthy I wont need one. The pain isn't much of a problem but I haven't had piece of mind for 4 months. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks... I decided to do it for my peace of mind... due to my symptoms persist and never gone since my last colonoscopy (5 replies)
... I'm glad to see this post as I await my colonoscopy next week. ... (5 replies)
... Hi. Yes, I am here. Not sure what you are worried about...the colonoscopy is the safest most effective way to check for CRC..and if there was nothing to biopsy, there is no real reason to go back and look again. ... (5 replies)
... Hi... I will have my 2nd colonoscopy after 10 months... ... (5 replies)
... I am such an idiot! I read over the instructions for the colonoscopy prep when I got them 3 weeks ago and then promptly forgot about the "no seeds 3 days prior"! It is scheduled for Wednesday and I start the prep tomorrow. ... (0 replies)
... I am a 45 year old male that is married to a wonderful woman and blessed with 2 beautiful teenagers. I was adopted at birth so I have no idea of biological family medical history. I was diagnosed in 1992 with IBS caused by stress of father being terminally ill, graduating from college and wedding all at once. I have had ups and downs with the IBS ever since. Mine is mostly... (0 replies)
... After 10 yrs I had a Colonoscopy performed resulting in a Malignant Neoplasm in the Ascending Colon. ... (0 replies)
... Hi - I had a screening colonoscopy today and the report said "areas of inflammation in the sigmoid colon and rectum" so they did biopsies - due to health anxiety I've dealt with for years, my mind always runs to cancer - anybody have an idea of what these finding could mean - waiting for biopsy results - I had a "bug" at the end of last week with horrible diharrea (sp?) - my... (1 replies)
... I was 36 and had a colonoscopy that found a 5 mm tubular adenoma so I am on surveillance from here on out. I know I have had two now but still scared of my upcoming one. ... (2 replies)
Aug 27, 2014
... I see you posted this a few weeks ago. Have you had your colonoscopy yet? ... (1 replies)
... I just wanted to post an update on my colonoscopy pathology results. The 2 polyps they removed were hyperplastic. They do not have the potential to turn into colon cancer!!! ... (68 replies)
... he other option is to see the Dr first and have an anoscope exam done to see if something like internal hemorrhoids or a fissure is present and then schedule the colonoscopy if nothing obvious is found in the lower part. You should also have liver function tests run on blood since your stool color has been lighter. ... (3 replies)

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