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    Colonoscopy

    Got back from the doctor and I am getting a colonoscopy soon and I'm gonna assume a good chunk of you guys here have had one. Yea its weird to do it at 19 but it needs to get done with my family history and I am having the same experience that my father had when he found out he had colon cancer.

    Anyway... what can I expect? My father said his was vastly different because they found a tumor in the first turn, so it was cut short and it wasn't that bad...

    You can follow my bowel movements starting here: http://www.cyclonefanatic.com/forum/2915244-post58.html

    Started drinking the stuff around 5pm (CDT) Thursday Night


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    Re: Colonoscopy

    good times...

    piece of cake unless you have a twisted colon. won't remember a thing.



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    Re: Colonoscopy

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    I hope you like to poop.



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    Yikes! 19? Best of luck 2015.


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    Re: Colonoscopy

    When they give you that chalk stuff to drink the night before, make sure you dont have plans and you are stocked up on teepee...



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    If the doctor has both hands on your shoulders... turn around!!!



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    Re: Colonoscopy

    prep is the hardest



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    All kidding aside, good for you, for doing this at a young age given the family history.



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    Re: Colonoscopy

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUCyclones2015 View Post
    Got back from the doctor and I am getting a colonoscopy soon and I'm gonna assume a good chunk of you guys here have had one. Yea its weird to do it at 19 but it needs to get done with my family history and I am having the same experience that my father had when he found out he had colon cancer.

    Anyway... what can I expect? My father said his was vastly different because they found a tumor in the first turn, so it was cut short and it wasn't that bad...
    It's not bad at all. I've had two of them done (I'm 62) and don't remember a thing about either of them. Prepping for them is the worst part... the actual exam not a big deal at all. Fear not... you will do just fine



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    Re: Colonoscopy

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUCyclones2015 View Post
    Got back from the doctor and I am getting a colonoscopy soon and I'm gonna assume a good chunk of you guys here have had one. Yea its weird to do it at 19 but it needs to get done with my family history and I am having the same experience that my father had when he found out he had colon cancer.

    Anyway... what can I expect? My father said his was vastly different because they found a tumor in the first turn, so it was cut short and it wasn't that bad...
    It's not that bad. I had one a few years ago. A few tips on the night before.

    1 - Get the drink as cold as you can. It goes down easier when it's really cold.
    2 - Buy a couple of lemons. Down a glass of the drink and then stick a slice of lemon in your mouth. It will make the semi-nasty taste of the drink disappear.
    3 - Obviously, be ready to be in the bathroom a lot.

    Good luck to you!



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    Re: Colonoscopy

    Quote Originally Posted by CykoAGR View Post
    Yikes! 19? Best of luck 2015.
    Thank you, I'm kinda freaking out about the whole thing.

    Quote Originally Posted by NickTheGreat View Post
    All kidding aside, good for you, for doing this at a young age given the family history.
    This isn't necessarily by choice. I'm having problems and it was the exact same problem my father had when he had a tumor and my aunt had those polyps things.




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    Get ready for a night of 1,000 waterfalls.



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    Re: Colonoscopy

    Good luck bro.



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    Re: Colonoscopy

    Quote Originally Posted by arganbright2 View Post
    When they give you that chalk stuff to drink the night before, make sure you dont have plans and you are stocked up on teepee...
    They call it "Go Lightly" and you do go, but there's nothing lightly about it. And it tastes like, well, you know... My wife had to do this once and swore she'd never do the "Go Lightly" again - ever.

    Do yourself a favor and give yourself an enema instead. It accomplishes the same thing a whole lot faster and with less "going lightly". This will clear out the large intestine which is all they can scope anyways.



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