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I take steroids for my Addisons Disease.
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Starting out with an office visit to the family doctor is a great first choice. That individual will know you best, can complete a physical exam...
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Hi, First find a doctor who wants to take you on, and sit down and discuss things over with him, can see why the mammogram and the pap smear, for...
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Of course you're scared. Cavalier and vague statements were made to you concerning a serious medical condition. Difficult as it may be, please...
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Hi So you drinking plenty? yes, and you eating plenty of fibre? yes, lots of fruit and vegetables? yes, if your doing all these then things should be...
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The anus and the stomach are on opposite ends of the gastrointestinal tract -- quite a distance away. I would not think that an anal fissure would...
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Tonya,Hi! I happened to be home recovering from surgery to similar episodes. Besides the endoscopy, I also was tested with a Barium Swallow ~ where...
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No, nothing is inserted in the urethra during a colonoscopy. Your urethra could have easily been cross-contaminated during the "prep" when...
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Unfortunately you're not alone. My last colonoscopy and endoscopy, I was wide awake and felt everything, it wasn't fun to say the least! I...
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I don't believe that regular iced tea is going to compromise your colonoscopy and it should be considered a clear liquid. To be absolutely sure...
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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...
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If the bleeding is coming from those hemorrhoids, they may need to be surgically removed. The colonoscopy is going to determine if you have internal...
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Hi They say blood in your urine or stools you should go see your doctor, but not give up till you find out what's doing it, bottom line, could be...
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