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Colonoscopy need IV insertion?

Colonoscopy need IV insertion?

Maybe: I have performed colonoscopies with no sedation. In that case no IV is required. Otherwise, ivs are used for Propofol or versed sedation. ...Read more

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Can I start chemo immediately after port insertion?

Can I start chemo immediately after port insertion?

Yes, you can: Your surgeon will give you an OK to use the port. They like to do an X-ray to verify that the port catheter is placed in the right location. Once this is verified (same day after insertion of port) your oncologist will likely go ahead and start using it. ...Read more

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What does "ir" stand for in "ir picc line insertion"?

What does "ir" stand for in "ir picc line insertion"?

At our: hospital, ir refers to Interventional Radiology. So the order is for the picc to be placed by the Interventional Radiology team. ...Read more

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My husband loses his erection upon insertion. Why is that?

My husband loses his erection upon insertion. Why is that?

Erectile dysfunction: There are many physical and emotional causes for erectile dysfunction, including some diseases like diabetes and heart disease, and some mediations. Have him discuss it with his doctor, or you go with him and you "bring it up?. ...Read more

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I've had two paragard and they both fell out a few months after insertion , why ?

See your GYN: Iud help you should have your ob/gyn look and make sure it is in place. If it is not in the uterine cavity it's not doing it's job. The strings on a pargard should be soft and your partner should not feel them when you are having intercourse. You are at increased risk of pregnancy if your iud is not in the correct location. Birth control forum - paragard side effects http://ehealthforum.Com. ...Read more

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What can be done to minimize the pain of folley catheter insertion and removal? I recall this experience as the most unbearably painful event.

What can be done to minimize the pain of folley catheter insertion and removal?  I recall this experience as the most unbearably painful event.

Folley: I fully understand your concern. A Lidocaine gel can be used during insertion to help minimize the discomfort. Removal is not as painful as insertion is. A pill of Ibuprofen or Naproxen prior to that may help numb up the experience. ...Read more

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