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By billiams15 - / Sunday 6 May 2012 21:57 / United States - Katy
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  thisiscat  |  14

My mom got a colonoscopy, before the surgery you have to drink god awful tasting liquids that most people cant even keep down.. I can see how op would be upset by having to do this but not find the problem.

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Eliminated one possible cause of the problem at a couple hundred to a couple thousand bucks depending on insurance! At least if they found something, OP would be treated, would have had a reason to be practically molested with medical instruments, and wouldn't have to pay money for further tests.

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  lonkite101  |  14

I need colonoscopy!! :)

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  melikesfml  |  11

20- i have little faith that you actually know what that is.. Here try this, take one of those "Go-Pro" cameras, attach it to a garden hose, and shove it up your ass and take some pictures. Redneck procedure.

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  Cinderella_Man  |  10

They knock you out, you don't feel a thing. The worst is the night before having to drink awful cleansing solution, then spending the night on the toilet. Also, the whole pipe isn't shoved up your arse. SMH

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  stedfastwolf  |  11

Its not bad. The only thing bad is that I had to eat mostly liquid stuff for two days prior and take some solution to cleanse your bowels. I wound up having a smaller appetite after that.

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  gracehi  |  31

I saw a documentary about crohn's disease on tv once. I'm so sorry you have it. Must be terrible. :( It must really put things into perspective...like this FML.

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  kpa21  |  2

I have uc and had my colon removed last summer. This guy needs to stop complaining. Id so much rather had a colonoscopy showing nothing was wrong then showing what i actually had.

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  guitarbeast  |  22

Well the FML may be slightly about the fact that he didn't find the source of the pain, but it's still pretty stupid, and he was hinting more to the fact that he had a colonoscopy for nothing so it's still stupid

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  ShyAnn29  |  14

161, I also have had my colon removed, I was 13. It is very hard to be in pain, and have tests done, and it comes back normal, of course that's a good thing, although when you know there's something wrong, it's very depressing!

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  dominic1221  |  6

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  dominic1221  |  6

Yeah, I was kinda rude. But there is something wrong with him. He's just upset they didn't find it with that test or with another one before that. Getting a probe up the ass is kinda emasculating, I'd bet.

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  igive  |  28

i have many. as you can probably tell, I don't have much of a life going on, so i haven't used that motto enough for it to be a catch phrase :

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  ShyAnn29  |  14

When I was going through tests after tests, I would get mad/sad when it came back normal, because I knew something was not right, it gets very depressing!

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