“A colonoscopy is just too embarrassing!”

Are you embarrassed to have a colonoscopy?  Not wanting to shed the undies to possibly save your life?  Yes, it may be a little embarrassing but we work hard to insure your privacy and comfort throughout the entire procedure.  Our caring and friendly nursing staff will greet you with a smile and guide you through the entire process.  Our experienced physicians perform thousands of procedure per year, but they treat each individual patient with the utmost of privacy and respect.

On your procedure day: You will have completed your prep at home and arrive at our office ready to shed your undies!  You will check in, the nurse will review your medical history, answer any final questions, and then start an IV.  The CRNA (Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist) and doctor will talk  to you before your procedure and again answer any questions you may have.  The CRNA will then give you a sedative and you will begin to drift off into a wonderful sleep.  Then next thing you know you see one of our smiling nurses faces as you awake from some of the best sleep you have ever had.  With your colon experience now over you will be up and out of our office and on your way to eat in no time.

All of our staff members here at Digestive Health are highly trained and experienced – meaning you aren’t the first or the last person that will shed the undies and set the embarrassment aside!  Colonoscopies are done every day all over the country and all over the world.  We promise you that after it is over you will ask yourself – “What was I so embarrassed about?” It isn’t a big deal – we promise! Lots of your friends have had a colonoscopy so there is no need to be embarrassed.  Talk to them and ask them about their experience.  An encouraging conversation from a great friend is one of the best ways to overcome any anxiety you may have about this entire thing called a colonoscopy! And on top of that it will help you prevent colon cancer!   So set the embarrassment aside and call a friend to ask about their colonoscopy experience and then call Digestive Health Specialists to schedule your appointment to shed the undies and get screened for colon cancer.

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