My WebMD Sign In, Sign Up

Colon

Following Topic Unfollow Topic | 0 Following

 

Below is a list of questions with answers, relevant to the Topic you are interested in.

Q.
A.
The appendix is part of the LARGE INTESTINE. The colon part of the large intestine is a bit south.  This is not a "legal perspective"...
Posted:
0 of 0 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Of course you're scared. Cavalier and vague statements were made to you concerning a serious medical condition. Difficult as it may be, please...
Posted:
2 of 2 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Hi Yes they sense movement and pain.Good Luck
Posted:
0 of 0 found this helpful
Q.
A.
this is called edema and can  be cause by many things. i suggest u look up what can cause edema of the extremetie's ,  i hope i was...
Posted:
0 of 1 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Maybe they are 50 cm and 30 cm high UP in the colon -- the location, not their relative size.  I have never seen a polyp the size of a...
Posted:
2 of 2 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Push the insurance company. Do NOT take "no" as the first answer, and ask to talk to the medical director, or better yet, have your...
Posted:
1 of 1 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Hi As its not passed in 4 days I would get to your ER, and get that checked out, but they might tell it will pass, just take this.Good Luck
Posted:
0 of 0 found this helpful
Q.
A.
The colon doesn't really shrink, like in diameter or length, but you can have a change in motility (peristaltic movement in the colon)...
Posted:
0 of 2 found this helpful
Q.
A.
What is "normal" for you, is not normal for someone with a colostomy. She is having a bowel movement for her.....
Posted:
0 of 0 found this helpful
Q.
A.
ABSOLUTELY, and make sure they do a biopsy....only way I was finally diagnosed with collagenous colitis....best decision ever!!!!
Posted:
2 of 3 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Hi The usual way of testing your appendix is the finger up your anus, they can fill it by doing that, but its normally well greased up so...
Posted:
1 of 1 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Bulky or high-fiber foods tend to "push" out stool. Stools of these bulky consistencies typically will not bypass an impaction, and could...
Posted:
5 of 6 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Hi NO get to a doctor/gyno, tell him/her what have written here, see what they say, best advice.Good Luck
Posted:
1 of 1 found this helpful
Q.
A.
That is a question you need to ask your Gastrointerologist but I am sure that during a colonoscopy, anything that is snipped, is biopsied for sure!
Posted:
1 of 2 found this helpful
Q.
A.
When you die.  Keep on having those wonderful tests.  It saves lives. I know of one person that had a colonoscopy and it saved his life. By...
Posted:
4 of 7 found this helpful