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See below: A colonoscopy is a procedure that involves putting a flexible scope about as thick as your finger up through your anus and into your colon. This way your entire colon can be seen to check for polyps, cancer, or other problems. It works. A good source to learn about all adult screening recommendations is an iphone app called my health checklist 2012. I don't know where you could get the test free. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Colonoscopy is the standard method for detecting lesions of the bowel before symptoms develop. Today, forward viewing endoscopes with a 150-170 degree field of view are most common; however, the Fuse technology expands this field of view to 330 degree. A clinical study found that the standard forward-viewing colonoscopes missed 41% of the pre-cancerous lesions and polyps while Fuse missed 7% ...Read more
Do I have to wait several years to have a repeat colonoscopy, or can I get one sooner if i'm worried?
Will I be awake for a colonoscopy and will I feel any pain and what will they do I am having one on saturday?
Colonoscopy was done no problems just 2 internal hem. And 1 external , banding proc. Done on one so far, after 2nd banding will ext. Shrink?
Colonoscopy: There are some risks associated with a colonoscopy but complications are rare. Your doctor should have gone over these before scheduling the test. The test is usually done under sedation so you should not feel anything or remember the test. The most common age to get diagnosed with colon cancer is 65 years old so getting the test is important if you have never had one before. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Proctalgia Fugax: This is a painful spasm of the recto-anal region. There is no known direct cause known. Typically seen in the middle of the night when you awaken. It makes you go to the bathroom and try to pass stools but there is nothing. The colonoscopy is just to rule out other conditions like hemorrhoids, cancer, etc... ...Read more
Please name the pros/cons of a virtual colonoscopy vs a regular one? Which one would you recommend first or only? Why?
Pros and cons: Virtual colonoscopy pros: "safe"; cons: radiation (it's a ct scan, not covered by insurance, not as accurate, still need bowel prep real colonoscopy pros: therapeutic (if a polyp is found, it can be removed), covered by insurance. Cons: rare complications such as bleeding, perforation. Being a GI doc, I am naturally biased to latter. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have had 2 colonoscopys. I can no long go to the bathroom without help. Never had that problem before the first one I had?
BM s/p colonoscopy: On any medications? narcotics,anticholinergics? They slow colonic motility. What did colonoscopy show? Do Nnormal colonic musculature? May be imbalance in autonomic motor activity which can occur s/p procedures/ surgery of the colon. Abdominal film will show if the colon is distended and Sitz study will show if stays too long in colon . if so mestinon (pyridostigmine) may help f/u w/gastroenterologist ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Had a total clean colonoscopy at 45, no polyps. At age 50, now am i still ok, or should I consider another one now. Thanks?
Well in terms of something going horribly wrong, as small a chance as that might be, is one safer than the other? Colonoscopy vs gastroscopy.
Both are very safe: modern colonoscopy and EGD are extremely safe. Complications are rare. Probably the most common complication is perforation, and it reportedly occurs in about one of every 1200 colonoscopies and about one every 2000 upper endoscopies. There are rare risks of bleeding and of a reaction to the sedation. Overall, they are extremely safe, and if you have a reason for needing one, don't shy away. ...Read more
I have a colonoscopy scheduled at 3:30pm. How does the prep differ from a morning procedure? Is it advisable to have one in the morning instead?
I had a colonoscopy today(my second one within 3 years). My dr removed 2 polyps today, 1 very large the other small. What does this mean? Also how can
Colonoscopy/Polyps: If you had a colonoscopy on the day of this question posted and you had 2 polyps, you should wait till seeing your GI doctor for the pathology of the polyps. He will also discuss with you regarding next surveillance colonoscopy and likely the pathology of your polyps (benign or cancerous). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had a colonoscopy yesterday, removed four polyps,one of which had to be clip,how long dose the clip stay in?also not feeling 100% lot of rectal press.
Clip will pass: The clip on the stalk of a polyp will fall off after a few weeks. It will likely pass without you knowing about it. The rectal pressure after colonoscopy is due to irritation of the rectal canal from manipulating the colonoscope during the procedure. It should resolve within a day or two after the procedure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It must have by now: Otherwise send us an update of this problem now, so that we can deal with the present situation. ...Read more
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