What are the after effects of a colonoscopy?

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What are the after effects of a colonoscopy?

What are the after effects of a colonoscopy?

Problems after colonoscopy

Do your bowel movements change after colonoscopy?

You may not have a bowel movement for a couple of days after the procedure. When you have your first bowel movement, you may notice some blood. This is likely normal and nothing to worry about.

Can you wear socks during a colonoscopy?

Wear comfortable, loose clothing and socks to keep warm. Don't wear heavy or bulky sweaters. Avoid girdles, tights or tight clothing. You will need to change into a hospital gown for your procedure.

Can you brush your teeth before a colonoscopy?

Proper preparation requires that nothing be taken by mouth 2 hours before the procedure. Can I brush my teeth the morning of the procedure? Yes, you can brush your teeth. Be careful not to swallow any toothpaste while brushing or water when rinsing.

Can I drink coffee the morning of a colonoscopy?

Clear liquids include water, broth (clear, fat-free), gelatin, juice without pulp, ice cream without pulp, carbonated drinks, sports drinks, tea and coffee (sugar is optional). Do not consume red colored drinks or jellies.

Can I use deodorant before colonoscopy?

If your doctor told you to take your medications on the day of the procedure, take them only with a sip of water. Do not apply lotions, perfumes, deodorants or nail polish. Remove all jewelry and piercings. And remove contact lenses, if you wear them.

Do you have to take off all your clothes for a colonoscopy?

Your body is completely covered during the exam. You don't have to worry about feeling embarrassed or exposed during a colonoscopy. You will wear a hospital gown and a sheet provides additional coverage.

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