Preparation for Colonoscopy – GI Endoscopy Practice

In order to get the benefits of Colonoscopy, it is necessary to fully prepared for the exam. You need to strictly follow the instructions of the doctor. The most vital step in the Colonoscopy prep is that you must empty or clean your colon. To do this you should avoid drinking and eating a day before exam, use drinking solution to clean colon, use laxatives and enema to be certain there are no foreign particles remaining in the colon. Secondly, the doctor advises the patient to adjust prescribed medications. Discuss with the doctor if you are taking blood thinners or some other medication for diabetes and high blood pressure. Contact GI Endoscopy Practice physicians in NJ for more information about Colonoscopy and how to prepare yourself for it.

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The procedure of Colonoscopy is used to diagnose serious colonic diseases, remove polyps, stops the bleeding due to tear in lining of colon and dilate the narrow colon. The colonic diseases include Colon Cancer, Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn’s disease, Diverticulosis and Diverticulitis, polyps, bleeding lesions, chronic diarrhea, constipation, anemia and change in bowel habits. It is very necessary to early diagnose these chronic diseases before they become even more serious. Early diagnoses ensure the suitable treatment plan that is tailored according to the individual needs. The physicians at GI Endoscopy Practice in NJ have expertise and experience to perform Colonoscopy in the perfect manner that further helps to diagnoses the actual problem. To learn more about Colonoscopy, contact our specialists.

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