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Request a FREE Consultation Treatments we offer We provide the best care and plan the best treatment 1. Step 1 Treatments we offer Step 1 Painkillers are given to the patient along with the sedatives. Moderate sedation is also known as “conscious sedation” is one in which you are sleepy and can respond to verbal commands or physical stimulation. There is no or little effect on breathing or cardiac function. An intravenous line in your arm is established for the infusion of anaesthetic drugs and other fluids. You will be asked to lie on an examination table on your left side with your knees drawn towards your chest. This position enables the doctor to get a better view of your colon. 2. Step 2 Treatments we offer Step 2 The doctor will insert the colonoscope gently through your anus and guide it through your rectum into the colon. When the colonoscope is inserted, you might feel cramping in your abdomen or an urge to pass stools but this feeling is temporary and it reduces after some time. The colonoscope has a small camera attached at its end that helps in transmitting live images onto a monitor. This enables the doctor to study your colon in detail and look for any abnormality. 3. Step 3 Treatments we offer Step 3 The colonoscope also has a tube that allows the doctor to pass an inert gas into your colon. This inflates your colon, providing a clearer view.Your doctor may talk to you and explain what is being done during the procedure.The doctor will examine the colon for abnormalities such as polyps or other abnormal growths. In some cases, tissues are removed by instruments inserted through the colonoscope, for further examination in the laboratory (biopsy). Want to know more about our experts? Request a FREE Consultation What is a Colonoscopy? A colonoscopy is an outpatient procedure performed by the doctor to examine the inside of your large intestine, using an instrument called a colonoscope. The large intestine is the main part of your digestive system. It helps in processing the undigested food, reabsorbing water and maintaining the balance of body fluids, and storing waste before removing it out from the body. The colon is the biggest part of your large intestine. Colon empties into the rectum (the last portion of your large intestine) where the stools are stored temporarily. The rectum empties into the anus, which is the opening for the excretion of stools out of your body.During a colonoscopy, a long, flexible tube (colonoscope) is inserted into your rectum. A miniature camera is attached at the tip to view the inside lining of your rectum and colon. 1. When is a Colonoscopy Performed? when is colonoscopy performed?Your doctor may recommend a colonoscopy to investigate bleeding from the anus or rectum or an ongoing, unexplained weight loss. Undiagnosed pain in the abdomen, chronic diarrhea, ulcers, strictures, and diverticula are some of the factors that will be investigated by your doctor. Change in bowel movements or checking any cancerous or noncancerous growths in the colon or rectum is done by your doctor. This is done by performing a biopsy. Removal of growths (polyps), and haemorrhoids (piles)Colonoscopy is recommended in people who are in the age group of 50 to 75 years and if you are at an increased risk of colorectal cancer. You are at a higher risk of colon cancer if you have had removal of polyp previously or a prior history or a family history of colon cancer. Another factor of recommendation would be if you have inflammatory bowel disease. 2. PreOperative Care preopertative careYour doctor will discuss your medical history, the current medications that you are taking and any history of allergies and will inform you about the procedure and its risk. Then, you will be advised to stop some medications (like blood thinners, to prevent the formation of clots) or to adjust the dosage of other medications, a few days before your procedure.You will be instructed by your doctor to follow a diet for your bowel preparation. You must have clear liquids for 2 to 3 days before your procedure. The bowel preparation diet will include broth, gelatin, plain tea/coffee, juice without the pulp, etc. This will help in better visualisation of your colon during the procedure. Later, you will be asked to take a laxative one night before (12 hours) the procedure as advised by your doctor. It can be in a pill, powder or liquid form that must be taken with water/mixed in water. 3. PostOperative Care PostOperative careAfter the procedure, you will be told to lie on your back for a few minutes before getting up as you may have giddiness from having your head down during the procedure and/or anaesthesia. During this time your vital signs such as body temperature, pulse rate, and blood pressure will be monitored. Then, you will be observed for over an hour after the procedure to check for any bleeding, pain, or any other abdominal discomfort. Once you are able to walk and the symptoms resolve, you will be allowed to go home. You can drive or you can arrange for a person to take you home. Read More Fairfield Health Clinics Maximum safety followed Want to know more about our clinics? Request a FREE Consultation Fairfield Derma Clinic Fairfield Derma Clinic Want to know more about our clinics? Request a FREE Consultation Relieve yourself from Anal fissure Get treatment with our brilliant surgeries Relieve yourself from Anal fissure Get treatment with our brilliant surgeries Hear it from our patients I was worried about the colonoscopy price before the treatment. However, the colonoscopy cost was covered under insurance. Jay TolaniBusiness Head Fairfield in Bangalore is the best place to get a colonoscopy treatment as it provides the best healthcare facility and great treatment. Yogini SinghMarketing Head I was really tense about my Colonoscopy treatment, but things turned out well and my treatment went smoothly.Karthika AroraMarketing Manager I am glad my colonoscopy treatment went well at Fairfield which has experienced doctors and health care staff.Would recommend Fairfield to anyone looking for a colonoscopy treatment.Rakesh SatheManaging Director Fairfield Healthcare to touch the lives of millions, providing the best care and world-class treatment for the community. Why Fairfield? Fairfield Healthcare to touch the lives of millions, providing the best care and world-class treatment for the community. 60+ Best doctors in town 100+ Satisfied Customers 12+ Clinics Why Fairfield? Fairfield Healthcare to touch the lives of millions, providing the best care and world-class treatment for the community. 60+ Best doctors in town 100+ Satisfied Customers 12+ Clinics Team of Best Piles Specialists All insurance accepted 24*7 Support World-Class Medical Facilities 4.5+ Avg rating 100+ Doctors 60+ Clinics 12+ locations 4.5+ Avg rating Frequently Asked Questions What is The Difference Between Colonoscopy and Sigmoidoscopy? Colonoscopy is a procedure that helps the doctor to examine your entire colon for any abnormalities whereas a sigmoidoscopy is a procedure that helps examine only the lower portion of your colon for any abnormal growths/diseases. Is Colonoscopy Painful? You might feel mild discomfort during the insertion of the colonoscope and you may feel cramping in your abdomen or an urge to pass stools, but the procedure is not painful and it does not require general anaesthesia. What is The Cost of Colonoscopy? Colonoscopy can cost around INR 6,000 depending upon the type of surgery. Cost may vary on a case-to-case basis depending upon the procedure, complexities associated with the disease, institution, and geographical location. What Are The Risks? The risks in colonoscopy include Bleeding from your rectum or blood in your stools due to removal of a polyp or when the doctor takes a tissue sample for biopsy. Sometimes, there is an infection due to improper disinfection of the instruments. These may harbour bacteria and viruses that may cause infection. The patient may also pain in your abdomen with cramps and a bloating sensation after the procedure.There is also Perforation due to your doctor pushing the colonoscope with much pressure against your intestine. Sometimes, there is an inability of the doctor to visualize the entire colon for polyps or other conditions.