Very scary, you dodged a big one or did you miss something even bigger?Don Huff
I say, go ahead and do it. When had it done I had the best sleep I've had in years, and never knew what was going on. A friend died of colon cancer twelve years ago, at way too young an age. The procedure itself is not that big of a deal, and worth it. Just be sure to set aside some "you" time the night before. You don't want to go out.
How many ways can I read this? Hmmmm. Did the prognosis change? Did the symptom resolve to something else? Something that required a less invasive diagnostic tool? All I know is that my first is scheduled for the 13th and my want is to be saying "Thank goodness" when it is over and I have the results. - Orion
The expression on this face made me laugh out loud. xoxo
There are worse things...
Dude! Do the colonoscopy!
Eeeewwww! I think you just scared everyone out of their colonoscopy! Yikes.
It didn't hurt, they found 2 pre-cancerous polyps in me - glad I had it done.
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Thank heavens! I'm sure you would have posted the pictures on your blog.
Get it done! I'vfe had several, and the procedure is not anywhere near as bad as you may imagine. You'll be VERY happy to hear all's well up there.
Thanks for stopping by! :-)Willie