The following guidelines are intended to make your colonoscopy preparation more tolerable. Please thoroughly follow all prep instructions, including any specific ones from your gastroenterologist, and call if you have any concerns.
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 May 2, 2022 by Dr. Shawn Khodadadian (Gastroenterologist) of Manhattan GastroenterologyManhattan Gastroenterology Locations:Manhattan Gastroenterology (Upper East Side)
983 Park Ave Ste 1D, NY 10028 (212) 427-8761Manhattan Gastroenterology (Midtown)
51 East 25th Street Ste 407, NY 10010 (212) 533-2400Manhattan Gastroenterology (Union Square)
55 W 17th St Ste 102, NY 10011 (212) 378-9983(212) 378-9983
Upper East Side, Manhattan Manhattan Gastroenterology 983 Park Avenue, Ste 1D New York, NY 10028 (212) 427-8761
Midtown, Manhattan Manhattan Gastroenterology 51 East 25th Street, Ste 407 New York, NY 10010 (212) 533-2400
Union Square, Manhattan Manhattan Gastroenterology 55 W 17th Street, Ste 102 New York, NY 10011 (212) 378-9983
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