Ask Colonoscopy Questions

Colonoscopy.com is your free medical resource for basic medical information about routine colon screening techniques and colon-related conditions like polyps and colon cancer. Feel free to use our medical directory to find a colonoscopy doctor listed in your area that can help you maintain your gastrointestinal (GI) health. Keep in mind that although a gastroenterologist is the most traditional kind of colonoscopy doctor, many proctologists, colorectal surgeons and family doctors are also able to perform colonoscopy. Our medical network includes various kinds of colonoscopy doctors so that you can choose who you feel most comfortable with. You can also use our news reel to find relevant information about colonoscopy. The recent medical news feed offers articles that will help you stay up-to-date while researching your colonoscopy questions. But if you can’t find the right colonoscopy answers that way, then just submit your specific question using the above form and receive a colonoscopy doctor’s response right in your inbox. It’s that simple!

Whether you're scheduled for your first colonoscopy next month and have colonoscopy questions about bowel prep and anxiety before the procedure or you're experiencing symptoms from a past colonoscopy that need a follow-up medical diagnosis, we can help you get in contact with a colonoscopy doctor with relevant expertise in the field of gastroenterology. Our extensive network of physicians is happy to provide personal colonoscopy answers to all your questions and to help you understand your specific medical issues before you make an appointment.

To use this Q&A function, scroll through to look at the colonoscopy questions already asked by other patients. If the colonoscopy answers that you’re looking for aren’t there, then simply ask a doctor by filling out the above form. There’s no need to hesitate - keeping communication open between a colonoscopy doctor and yourself can be one of the best ways to make colon cancer screening an effective and relaxed experience. At Colonoscopy.com, we want to make it easy for you to ask all of your colonoscopy questions before you actually visit a gastroenterologist, so that you will feel at ease when you go in for a consultation. Feeling comfortable with the colonoscopy doctor you choose will encourage you to keep a regular screening schedule designed to prevent serious colorectal health problems like colon cancer. See updated guidelines for accurate information about when you should see a colonoscopy doctor to get screened. If you’re over 50 years old and haven’t been screened, you definitely need to make an appointment. Refer to the Doctor Finder to get in contact with a local colonoscopy doctor listed near you.

Please note that due to the sensitive nature of medical discussion, you should refrain from including any personal information in your colonoscopy questions or question details which may be used to identify you. Also exclude all private health information from your question. Although the email address you provide and identity will remain 100% anonymous, please remember that your colonoscopy questions will be viewable in a public forum, along with the area from where any specific question was asked. See our Terms of Use for more information about how to ask colonoscopy questions.