Colonoscopy vomiting

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<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>vomiting</span>, bloating, bleeding from your rectum, frequent urination, and difficulty or pain with urination.
I form adhesions easily. Scheduled for a <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>colonoscopy</span>, concerned about the prep (Colyte), have to drink 4 liters of prep. Have heard unpleasant things about prep.
I work in a university-affiliated hospital, so getting any tests is easy. The doc doing my physical recommended a <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>colonoscopy</span>; which I scheduled but when they found out that I had a bad (really bad) reaction to Versed during dental surgery they had me reschedule with a CRNA for diprivan instead of Versed. This wasn't possible because I'm allergic to eggs (therefore allergic to propofol).
I have been <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>vomiting</span> on and off for nearly a year sometimes it is in the evening a couple of times and other times its all day for a week I only get a week off now and the. They have tested all of the upper and lower GI system they scoped, barium study, colonoscopy and stomach emptying also did head .ct everything is clear. I noticed that serotonin is part of the medicines for vomiting so was wondering if my serotonin levels could causing my problem.
For years my husband has been getting up in the morning and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>vomiting</span> profusely but the only thing that comes up is clear, white or somtimes yellowish liquid. after he goes through that his stomach knots up and he feels drained, weak and just generallly bad. He has had a colonoscopy, upper GI, X-ray, CT scan and ultra sound. They did find he had H.Pylori when they did the upper GI and treated him for that.
Three days after my mother's <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>colonoscopy</span>, she had severe pain in her lower right abdomen as well as nausea and severe vomiting. The doctors cannot figure out what happened--anyone have an idea?
I continued the nausea and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>vomiting</span> even after delivery but not quite so severe. In Feb of 2009 I had my gallbladder removed because it was not functioning. I was a little better after that but then it has gradually increased back to vomiting 5-15 times each day with recurrent diarrhea as well. I have been to my family doctor, a GI specialist who did EGD and colonoscopy with only diagnosis of hiatal hernia and second degree esophagitis.
Twice in the last two weeks I have had unexplained <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>vomiting</span> episodes. It comes out of nowhere and i end up vomiting for about 4 hours. During the episodes I experience chills and sweating but I don't have a fever. There are no other symptoms that may indicate a virus such as diareah or fever. after I have vomited everything out I am weak but am able to hold down fluids and the next day I am fine.
The most common danger associated with <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>vomiting</span> is dehydration, especially when the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>vomiting</span> is accompanied by fever and diarrhea. Severe, repeated vomiting can also strain the esophagus and stomach and cause internal bleeding or shock. If it becomes chronic, vomiting can also disrupt a child's metabolism and slow growth. Another concern is the danger that vomit will be aspirated into the lungs, which can lead to pneumonia.
I had a <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>colonoscopy</span> friday morning. It says on the report they gave me that I had numerous polyps, one 18 mm in size, that thye removed. Also it says I didn't tolerate the procedure well (I remember moaning and groaning and begging them to stop)as my bowel was twisted. I slept most of friday and into saturday. I noticed this morning that I was very sore just above and to the right of my belly button. Also below and to the left.
But, in researching, it seems that all I read is that it makes people nauseous, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>vomiting</span>, abdominal pains so bad, they had to cancel the testing. It's also extremely salty and I'm really nervous about it. I'm a senior citizen and take three different hypertention meds. I reminded the Dr. of it; but he says its okay to take this prep. Has anyone used this Moviprep and advises against it?
Additional info: There were no poyps or biopsies. Just two abnormal veins that were cauterized. I had NO, NO gas, bloating or pain after procedure. I thought it had been a real walk in the park. Then 2 days later I started to bloat, pain etc.
I had a <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>colonoscopy</span> in November that proved inconclusive, everything was fine after and I had a second one in December. Since then I get agonizing pain just above my belly button, it can last anytime from a few minutes to a few hours. When it lasts longer it leaves me with a very uncomfortable stomach ache that can last all day. I get it every day at least twice and it seems to be worse late afternoon early evening as a rule.
I have a <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>colonoscopy</span> scheduled for 4/18 because of inconsistent bowel movements. I have been having back pains but it is due to a strain pair of muscles in my upper buttocks. My orthopedic doctor seems to think that the changes in bowel movements (at times regular and at times flat, and at times small) are due to the strain muscle in my upper buttocks and lower back. My gastro wants to do a colonoscopy to make sure it is not an obstruction and to diagnoe IBS.
I'm having my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>colonoscopy</span> tommorrow..I am 29 female w/ mucus and positive fecal occult..I am scared...
I had that type of pain when my gallbladder was inflamed. Have you had a HIDA scan or endoscopy? They could help rule out some things, then think about a colonoscopy?
Post <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>colonoscopy</span> problems by Ted174 Tags: distension, post <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>colonoscopy</span>, pressure, diagnosis, Dysbiosis 2 days later my abdomin started to distend. Within 2 weeks I went from 34" waist to 42" and lost 12 lbs. Have severe pressure in belly and diaphragm. Hard to breathe. Had ultrasound, full blood labs, x-rays and EGD. Still no diagnosis! What's wrong with me? Could it be Dysbiosis? and what would be the remedy? It's like my life has been taken away. I have no energy and am in pain.
old female who has had a history of polyps, IBS, Diverticulosis(found on last <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>colonoscopy</span>), Fibromyalgia, Lupus SLE and chronic pain. I fell in Jan. of '05 and my world turned upside down (9 surgeries all over my body for much more than just the fall injuries. after all this is when I came down with fibro, Lupus, chronic pain. I have much more going on besides this but I don't think any of them would have anything to do with my question on a colonoscopy). I am now on disability.
6 years ago I had a routine <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>colonoscopy</span> and it was the most upsetting medical procedure of my life. Even though it was done in a hospital under Demerol and Versed, I had excruciating pain, was thrashing about, totally awake, and in such agony that I was begging and screaming at the doctor to stop. Instead, he had me restrained in a Tyvek restraint jacket on the surgical table and I was held down while he proceded with the colonoscopy. It was traumatic beyond belief.
which is my only vice. I have my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>colonoscopy</span> scheduled for the 19th of December and doctor wants to run a tube down my esophagus to see what else is going on in there right after that; should I do that test before the colonoscopy? What else could it be and should I be doing anything else? I also had an abdominal ultrasound done last week and everything turned out normal. I carry arounf 40-50 pounds of stenographer equipment everyday, so just wondering if I could have ruptured something.
I am scheduled for a <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>colonoscopy</span> in the morning. I got about one third of the way through the liquid prep. before I started vomiting. That was about six hours ago. I still can't keep anything, even water, down. I still have not experienced and "cleansing" either. I'm concerned. Suggestions?
My 10tr old son has been having issues with <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>vomiting</span>, nausea and constipation almost everday for 6 Months. He has had every test out there except a colonoscopy. It is NOT bullying like every damn dr says! Something is wrong with him as when he goes to sleep the vomiting will wake him up in the middle of the night . He was put on Flagl for 2 weeks and really seemed to help as no vomiting for 9 days. Now it seems like it every 4 days compared to everday several times a day.
Question #1 - after this CT, is a colonoscopy redundant, i.e. is the CT a more sensitive test than the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>colonoscopy</span> or might a <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>colonoscopy</span> show problems that the CT would not? Question #2 - Given the location of the pain, would a colonoscopy even explore the area of his pain? Question #3 - Does this pain pattern suggest a diagnosis to anyone? Question #4 - Does anyone have any idea where to go from here?
Since I also have a history of hiatal hernia and some esophagitis, he recommended getting both <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>colonoscopy</span> and another endoscopy done at the same time. He also recommended general anesthesia so that I would be more comfortable (when I had my first endoscopy, I woke during the procedure, then after I vomitted a lot - presumably a bad reaction to the typical versed-type sedative). However, he said that they could do the general anesthesia without intubating me...
I said i was still concerned as the pain and constipation is still there and she said its probs just ibs but will send me to hospital for colonoscopy to make sure.
ive gone to many doctors and since i dont have insurance ive been paying out of pocket but no one can tell me whats wrong with me...I feel really sick..i havent had a <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>colonoscopy</span> or any UGI studies. the only exam i had in the last six months was an endoscopy and all the doctor can tell me is what i already knew that i also have gerd...and then told me to go to my primary..i dont know what to do anymore....
hadn't been aware a problem was building up....had started getting pain in right side. Has anyone had a <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>colonoscopy</span> in this situation. Am very worried about needing to totally empty bowel with laxatives as think this is going to be extremely painful. I often bleed after passing a motion. Also will it be very painful during and after the procedure? Has anyone had bowel problems this late after treatment? Any advice please!!
I continued the nausea and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>vomiting</span> even after delivery but not quite so severe. In Feb of 2009 I had my gallbladder removed because it was not functioning. I was a little better after that but then it has gradually increased back to vomiting 5-15 times each day with recurrent diarrhea as well. I have been to my family doctor, a GI specialist who did EGD and colonoscopy with only diagnosis of hiatal hernia and second degree esophagitis.
My child has been <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>vomiting</span> for 4 weeks. She is 14 years old. She is under the care of a specialist and has had the following tests: endoscopy with biopsy, MRI of head, UGI with upper bowel follow through. She is going to have a stool test this week , possibly followed up with a colonoscopy. If these don't show anything she'll be referred to a neurologist. So far, they know she has a inflammation of her large intestine but aren't sure why - and this still doesn't explain the vomiting.
My son is 15, after severe bout of food pioson,which started it diarrhoea and the day after the vomitting started -he now has been <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>vomiting</span> for 37 days now.He cannot keep water down but has better luck keeping down small amount of food. He now lost in excess of 10kgs HAs spent 16 days in hospital having tests which are all clear. Sitting up straight seems to aggravates the problem,if he sits on an incline it seems to work better for him.
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