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They probably operate them take it out and continues to see you every six month and keep a close eye on it 
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Yes...you should not stop your dose of insulin. Make sure your doctors know you are a diabetic on insulin.
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Hi Well it takes 3 day for our food to get digested, so probably 1 or 2 more days depending how mush you eat.Good Luck 
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No, not really, but I am not sure what KIND of stool test your doctor has ordered. A simple stool test for occult blood would certainly be...
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They are usually not done at the same time.....different ends, different equipment, and of course, often different specialists doing the procedures.
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Yes....
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Barium is notorious for causing constipation, so I suggest that you consult your medical provider for a patient-specific treatment suggestion.
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The colonoscopy is done in order to screen for possible precancerous polyps at an early stage of development. Every 10 years after a negative...
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Hi A theory? could be that your high dose steroids have played on your progesterone hormone, and this has increased your smell and taste buds.Cant...
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Sorry I don't know how to help youBut go to the ER
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R u into anal play if so the lubes maybe
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I take steroids for my Addisons Disease.
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you have to be off any Blood Thinner for at least 9 days or they would like you too be fore any test is done I do not Think Celebrex is a Blood...
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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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Yes i would.
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