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... 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)
... c I had been experiencing rectal bleeding. It was mainly bright red streaks of blood on my stools. Sometimes I would wipe blood, and once there was a little blood in the toilet water. ... (0 replies)
... I had my colonoscopy today and they found nothing.....I feel so fortunate. I've been having thin stools since Easter and was really scared to find out what was causing them. ... (5 replies)

... I already have the pills, just hope I have the courage to take them. As for as the actual procedure my husband has one every year. He drinks the nasty stuff with no problem but then he doesn't ever have a problem with meds. ... (19 replies)
... Hi, Cassiebel... I posted my Visicol prep experience in another thread further down. After "flunking" my first prep I used the Visicol pills the second time and it was a breeze. Here's what I had to say in the other thread... ... (19 replies)
... A few small polyps, taken off, no colonoscopy for another 10 years!! Of course, unless something comes up before then! ... (2 replies)
... For my colonoscopy I used a prep called "Movi Prep" while it wasn't the most pleasant experience, it seemed to be much easier than the prep my husband used when he had his colonoscopy. He used the prep that you buy over the counter at the drug store made by Fleet. ... (3 replies)
... I am new to this board and this is my first post so thank you for helping me enter virgin territory! I hope I can help you. ... (6 replies)
... Thanks for you kind comment.. and your experience. Like mine....sticking a camera up your bottom does not come without physical consequences..however. the outcome of a positive result is so much better than the anxiety and worry of not knowing.. take care of yourself and always look forward... Life is great ....Two times cancer for me and life is still great. (4 replies)
... I was fine when i had my colonoscopy but i had an extremely dry mouth, and was really thirsty. I drank a lot of liquid, so goodness knows what i would have felt like had i not drunk so much. ... (5 replies)
Colonoscopy prep
Feb 21, 2007
... glad they gave me Magnesium Citrate...a small bottle and does not taste bad. It is no wonder people dread the prep when you have to drink so much horrible stuff! My whole experience with colonoscopy was not unpleasant in any way! ... (5 replies)
... I've not had my colonoscopy yet, but since I've tested positive for fecal occult blood I've got one coming up soon. ... (3 replies)
... My primary care doc has been bugging me to have a colonoscopy for quite a while now. I don't want to do this because I had one about 10 years ago and it caused me extreme pain. ... (5 replies)
... When I have a bowel obstruction, my symptoms are that I don't have any bm's for days, but I do have liquid seepage and sometimes alot of it overnight. ... (12 replies)
... When I have a bowel obstruction, my symptoms are that I don't have any bm's for days, but I do have liquid seepage and sometimes alot of it overnight. ... (23 replies)
... i had my colonoscopy done today and it was probably the best day of my life. before the examination was probably the most stressed out i have been in awhile, i was terrified. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks, that was very helpful. I hope all is good with the results. Take care. (2 replies)
... This is good news! You went through a horrible experience but it is over! Hope you get over the urinary infection quickly. ... (13 replies)
... It's so good to hear of your positive experience! This test does save lives and more people need to know there's nothing to fear. Thank you for such a great post - hopefully people will read this and ask for this test. (3 replies)
... Elsabet: PLEASE DON'T CANCEL!!! It is true that prep is the hardest part of the procedure, but it is tolerable!!! Drink the product COLD... it helps it go down. Elsa, you KNOW you HAVE to go in and get checked. The reglan is a motility drug (and anti-nasuea) so that will help you. PLEASE DON'T BE Scared by other posts. EVERYONE has different experiences. It's NOT THAT... (19 replies)




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