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... to respond....while i respect your opinion....i must disagree. colonoscopy tests are done once every 10 years ...IF yours came back fine and no history of it. ... (22 replies)
Colonoscopy at 18
Apr 11, 2005
... ist.It started out as a simple consultation...And heres what happened i had to answer all these questions and I actually felt comfterable with this DR.and had no problems replying with honest answers... I have blood in my stool almost constantly and other symptoms. ... (7 replies)
... I just turned 51 awhile back and will be scheduling my first colonoscopy with my doctor when I see him next month. There's no family history but I try to take care of myself and have tests done when I'm suppose to. ... (4 replies)

Colonoscopy
Aug 28, 2019
... noscopy. My last one was in 2014 and no polyps was seen at that time. This time I had 1 polyp was seen but turned out to be benign and was told to have another colonoscopy done in 5 years. I had some problems drinking all of my bowel prep and was concerned my doctor would tell me to have the procedure redone because of this. ... (4 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)
... I have a colonoscopy scheduled for Dec 5th. I am not looking forward to the procedure, but I am looking forward to possibly finally having some answers. ... (1 replies)
... Colonoscopy and Endoscopy went great! No problems at all and everything was clean, so the Anemia is most likely from my periods! ... (4 replies)
... I am going in for my fourth colonoscopy in July and have had no problems so far with prep or procedure. ... (10 replies)
... Most insurance companies will pay for colonoscopies for people over 50. If your doctor determines that it is necessary for you to have one sooner due to GI problems or a family history of colon cancer it should also be covered. I am 42 years old. Several months ago I had cramping and a little bit of bleeding. ... (3 replies)
... r and catch anything early than wait 5 years if you are prone to developing polyps or cancer. I had mine done 2 years ago and nothing found but am anxious about problems I'm having and thinking of having another just to be sure...Right now it's the best screening test there is. ... (9 replies)
... Update: I am scheduled to have my Colonoscopy March 13th not Feb 13th, lol , I keep messing up dates lately ............... My Mom was diagnosed with Colon cancer before Christmas and in Jan she has surgery to remove the tumor. We just found out she does not need Chemo. I have been having bleeding with diarrhea for almost a year. I assumed it was a nasty case of... (8 replies)
... Female, 64, here. I've never had a colonoscopy and would prefer to delay doing so as long as I can unless there are symptoms which really should be checked immediately. ... (25 replies)
... Everyone's support means so much to me at time like this! Other people don't really understand! They're not the one having the colonoscopy so of course they're just going to tell you what you want to hear. ... (11 replies)
... you have decided to just get knocked out and get an entire check. Don't worry though. It could be nothing... It's normal to have extra mucus, and irregularity problems post colonoscopy. So, try not to worry!!! ... (7 replies)
... I just had my colonoscopy today. Procedure was absolutely painless. I was given combination of versed and demerol. Preparation was not a problem at all. ... (4 replies)
... but just easier to talk about EVERYONE else's problems and try to forget what I am going through on a daily basis. ... (11 replies)
... I have side effects and problems with all medication. ... (19 replies)
... YES, YES, YES...Please follow your drs advice and have the colonoscopy! The prep day is no picnic, but once that is over, the procedure is a snap. They sedated me and I don't remember a thing and afterwards I just went home and slept a couple of hours. They do have pills instead of the Fleet prep, but I read about it and the pills are supposed to be quite large and you take a... (8 replies)
... I'm 30, female, and have an intestinal disease which I am currently having a lot of problems getting under control. ... (4 replies)
... I just had a colonoscopy on Monday, I had a large polyp removed, and I had no problems at all. ... (3 replies)




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