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  • How does one prepare for a Colonoscopy?

    How does one prepare for a Colonoscopy?

    Colonoscopy is a safe process to detect abnormalities in the large intestine and the rectum.

  • What risks are involved in a Colonoscopy?

    What risks are involved in a Colonoscopy?

    Even though colonoscopy is a safe and commonly practiced method, you may face complications for it.

  • What is a Colonoscopy?

    What is a Colonoscopy?

    Colonoscopy is an invasive medical test which is done to look at the inner lining of your large intestine (rectum and colon). It is a useful test to screen for colon cancer and examine the colon if you have symptoms such as bleeding from the anus, pains in the lower abdomen, persistent diarrhoea, or other symptoms related to colon.

  • How is Colonoscopy done?

    How is Colonoscopy done?

    Colonoscopy is a very safe procedure when done by an experienced doctor. The whole procedure lasts for about 30 minutes to 60 minutes. A specialised instrument called colonoscope is inserted through the rectum. The doctor can see and examine inside colon and rectum. If needed, biopsy can be taken and abnormal growths or polyps can be removed.

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