Preparing for a colonoscopy should be easy and convenient. The guidelines provided below are designed to make the process easier. Remember to follow your medical treatment regimen carefully, and if you have any concerns, please share them with your doctor.
Alert your GI provider to discuss holding your medication(s) prior to your procedure
IF YOU TAKE ASPIRIN OR BLOOD PRESSURE MEDICATIONS
You may continue to take these medications
Please ensure that you have an escort (responsible adult over the age of 18) to pick you up at the end of the procedure
Updated on Dec 13, 2023 by Dr. Shawn Khodadadian (Gastroenterologist) of Manhattan Gastroenterology(212) 427-8761
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