Yesterday I had my Endoscopy/Colonoscopy. The results were as follows: Normal Esophagus. Z-line regular, 40 cm from the incisors. Normal Stomach: A single non-bleeding angioectasia in the duodenum. Treated with argon plasma coagulation [APC]. A single non-bleeding angioectasia in the guodenum. Treated with argon plasma coagulation [APC]. No specimens collected. They listed this twice.
Colonsocopy. Five non-bleeding colonic angioectasis. Treat with argon plasma coagulation [APC].
Diverticulosis in the sigmoid colon, at the hepatic flexure and in the ascending colon. The examination was otherwise normal on direct and retroflexion views.
When the doctor came to talk to me I was still groggy but he said to come to the next visit which would be July 23, and he would discuss the left side of colon, which he said probably has a lot of AVM's so don't know why that was stated but will do what he says.
Follow my regular diet he said. Am upping the Miralax to twice a day as he stated. continuing with a high fiber diet but might go back to taking fiber pills too.
Now to work on what is happening with my other problems of laying down and numbness in body and have to keep on moving to make it stop. That is ongoing and have had tests done from a neurologist and orthopedic Xrays.