friend had colon resection. Now has what appears to be a protruding bump in stomach above surgery point. Any input will be helpful. Many thanks.
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Sorry to hear about your condition. I am so glad you are talking about this. I read somewhere that some foods we eat cause odors. Also heard that diabetes sometimes cause odors. Somebody I worked with had problems with sinus and tonsils and had bad breath as a result. This person was totally into hygiene but had horrible breath. It took a lot of doctor visits (dentists also) to find out what was going on. People need to be more compassionate and try to help people find a solution. Eventually and hopefully you will find a reason for this. Take care.
The prep is the hardest part — personally, I would try to clean my system by eating light. Soups, etc. This way your colon will be clean. (Of course, your doctor will prescribe something you drink a day or so prior to procedure). I have read that a clean colon is very important. The test itself is painless. You will be mildly sedated. Good look and relax. Make sure you get a follow-up report. If polyps are found, they are usually removed during procedure. Not to worry — I wish you well. Prevention is the key.
Agree. Life has a way of exposing the true character of certain people. Truth always comes to the surface. Jerks are jerks and it is best to have little interaction with some people. They will find other innocent victims to dump on. Such people educate us in many ways, i.e. who to avoid!!!!!
sound advice! It sure pays to be aware. Yes, SOME people (most are decent people) seem to get through life by being total jerks but eventually people discover them for who they really are, i.e. trouble makers and miserable people. Life has so much to offer — we don’t need to tear people down in order to lift selves up. Take care Leanne.