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How Much Is A Proctoscopy
Colonoscopy: The colon is roughly 3-5 long depending on individual. A proctoscopy looks at the angus and rectum only (first 4-6 inches). A colonoscopy uses a fiber optic camera to try and look at the entire length of the colon. With a colonoscopy you most likely will have it done in a endoscopy suite under sedation while a proctoscopy can be done in the doctors office. ...Read more
It depends on: The infection. If she got sick afterwards she should improve in a week or so. ...Read more
Dear Sir, My wife had undergone Hysterectomy in November'14, but she is detected Cervical Cancer,after Proctoscopy conducted day before. Pls.Suggest?
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Do i need to use an enema to before i go to the doctor for an anoscopy or proctoscopy? Won't that help the doctor see better?
Best to call their: Office and ask the nurse if the doctor prefers you have an enema. If you get there without an enema and the doctor can not see anything, you have just wasted your time and his/hers and will need to reschedule your appointment for another time after taking an enema. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
28 years old. Bright red blood on toilet paper after defecation. A specialist only performed a proctoscopy (normal). Should I demand more exams?
Ask politely: BRBPR may just be hemorrhoids from straining but bleeding from rectum (brbpr) may also indicate anal fissures, proctitis (due to infection, inflammatory bowel disease, radiation therapy, stercoral ulcers, rectal prolapse, trauma, etc.) or a bleeding source further upstream. Depending on your age, risk factors, current medication (aspirin, nsaids, anticoagulants can cause bleeding), see your doctor ...Read more
Go see ur Dr and get: Checked for fibromyalgia/ chronic fatigue syndrome, arthritis, autoimmune condition thyroid problems, stress etc. God bless u! http://health.howstuffworks.com/wellness/preventive-care/10-mysterious-pains.htm. http://altmedicine.about.com/od/healthconditionsdisease/a/pain_herbs.htm. ...Read more
Possible: While too much pain specifically cannot kill someone, the physiologic reactions they undergo could cause death. For example, extreme pain can lead to a greatly increased heart rate. In susceptible people, this could lead to certain arrhythmias. Specifically from pain, no, but from physiological sequelae, yes. ...Read more
Yes!: Over exercise & do not allowing your body time to repair itself, can lead to muscle breakdown (rhabdomyolysis), rather than buildig muscle. Also, if you are not eating properly for the amount of exercise you are doing, you can damage your body by burning too many calories that body needs to do everyday functions. It also puts you at risk for muscle & joint injuries. Make sure to rest & eat enough. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
It depends on: what your medical question is, if it is an issue that you cannot live without, then the medical consultation will be worth its cost as long as you get the answers you seek. Either face to face or virtual, your need is what drives your wallet. There is no other way of putting this without sounding too obvious and condescending. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. ...Read more
Yes: I think you have entered the obsessive/compulsive arena. Talk with you MD ...Read more
You may have: One of any number of GI disorders. Your doc can refer you to a gastroenterologist for a full work up if he/she thinks that is in order. Sick and not eating can be dangerous. Please get it checked out. Peace and good health. ...Read more
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