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 What is involved with a colonoscopy?

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Should I Have Virtual Colonoscopy or Regular Colonoscopy?

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Can you get a colonoscopy with hemorrhoids?

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Do you typically have intubation with a colonoscopy?

The colonoscopy procedure does not require intubation of the patient. A mild sedative is given to the patient, which causes him to relax and become sleepy. The procedure is not painful and is compl... Read More »
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