Will a colon biopsy affect pregnancy?

Not if done prior. However, one should not do elective colonoscopy if one is pregnant. It is more the dangers of anesthesia, that one should avoid during pregnancy. I presume your question is whether a past colon biopsy could affect the pregnancy. The answer is no.

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Will a colon biopsy confirm a positive test for ulcerative colitis?

Maybe. Like many other pathologists, i remain deeply skeptical about the "blood test" for ulcerative colitis, and if you have not yet had endoscopy with biopsy, i would urge you to do this if it is offered to you. If you do have ulcerative colitis, you will get frequent checks to be sure the disease is not progressing to malignancy. Good luck. Read more...
Yes. A colonoscopy biopsy would be the most accurate means of testing for ulcerative colitis, more accurate than any other test. Can see: http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/ulcerative-colitis/ds00598/dsection=tests-and-diagnosis. Read more...

What is the definition or description of: colon biopsy?

Colon biopsy. Mucosal tissue obtained during colonoscopy is sent to a pathology laboratory for a pathologist to evaluate. Read more...

Please tell me, could a colon biopsy detect parasites?

Sometimes. Occasionally, parasites like amoeba and spirochetes can be seen on a colon biopsy. If parasites are suspected, a better test is stool for ova and parasites (o;p). Read more...

Colon biopsy question. How often does the biopsy cause a hole in your intestine?

Colon perforation. The most feared complication of a colonoscopy or colon biopsy is the risk of perforation--inadvertently cutting through the entire thickness of the bowel wall. This complication used to occur in about 1 in 1000 persons undergoing the procedure. With improved techniques and instruments, the risk is now about 1 in 5000. Read more...

How long does it take for colon biopsy to heal?

One to two weeks. Often after a colon biopsy, it is difficult to find the area biopsies even a few days later. Snare polypectomy may result in a larger defect and may take longer to heal. Read more...