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I was dignose with redundant spastic colon after a colonoscopy and the doctor said nothing can be done for that is that correct. I am veryconcern is ?

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Dr. Jason Hemming
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
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In brief: Don't be concerned

Spastic, redundant colon is not a disorder or a diagnosis.
It is a description of your colon by one endoscopist during one colonoscopy. The only purpose of noting this is for furture endoscopies where the colonoscopy may be a bit more difficult to perform. It should cause no symptoms or diseases.

In brief: Don't be concerned

Spastic, redundant colon is not a disorder or a diagnosis.
It is a description of your colon by one endoscopist during one colonoscopy. The only purpose of noting this is for furture endoscopies where the colonoscopy may be a bit more difficult to perform. It should cause no symptoms or diseases.
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