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We have a health questionnaire that we ask you to complete which will help to speed up your. appointments and pre assessment This can be filled in on the day of your appointment There. is an electronic copy which can be emailed in advance on our Endoscopy web page via the. trust website www guysandstthomas nhs uk our services gastroenterology and. hepatology overview aspx,How can I prepare for a colonoscopy. The remainder of this leaflet advises you on how to prepare in the days leading up to. your colonoscopy Please follow the actions on the days mentioned Your appointment. can be on any working day but if your appointment is on a Tuesday 4 days before your. colonoscopy would be the previous Friday, 4 days before 3 days before 2 days before 1 day before Day of colonoscopy. Preparation Four days before your colonoscopy,Eat and drink as normal. Stop taking any medicines that contain iron as the active ingredient these will have iron. ferrous ferric or feredetate in the name of the medicine. Continue to take all other medicines as usual,Preparation Three days before your colonoscopy. Eat and drink as normal, Stop taking any medicines including over the counter medicine that contain codeine.
Stop taking any medicines that contain loperamide,Continue to take all other medicines as usual. A list of what your medicines contain should be featured on the patient information leaflet. contained within the box If you are unsure about whether your medicines contain iron codeine. phosphate or loperamide please ask your pharmacist doctor or nurse caring for you Or call. the Pharmacy Medicines Helpline on 020 7188 8748 open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday. Preparation Two days before your colonoscopy, Drink plenty of fluids aim for two litres about eight to ten glasses per day Please see. guide on the next page, Start restricted eating having small meals from the guide as this will help the bowel. preparation medicine work properly,Do not eat foods containing fibre. Please see below for a guide on what to eat and what to avoid. You can eat drink Don t eat drink, Well cooked lean beef lamb ham veal or pork Fruit including fresh dried.
Fish shellfish or poultry and canned, White rice noodles or white pasta Brown rice brown pasta. Cereal including cornflakes and crisped rice Hi fibre breakfast cereals. cereal Not Bran including porridge oats,White bread or toast Pulses or lentils. Rich Tea or other plain biscuits Hi fibre multi seeded. Eggs especially boiled or poached 50 50 or wholemeal bread. Butter margarine cheese Vegetables,Milk cream cottage cheese Nuts seeds. Potatoes without the skins boiled creamed Roasted deep fried. mashed or baked chips,Soya and tofu Jam, Gravy made from stock cubes plain or cornflour Crisps. can be used to thicken Alcohol,Sugar or sweetener Red jelly.
Clear jelly Red cordial or fruit juice,Water cordial fizzy drinks clear strained soup or. clear stock,Preparation The day before your colonoscopy. Eating and drinking, Take your regular morning medicines unless you have been instructed otherwise. Have a light breakfast such as boiled egg on toast white bread no later than 9am. After breakfast do not eat any solid food until after your examination. Drink clear fluids only today This may include water squash fizzy drinks clear strained. soup or clear stock Aim for two litres about eight to ten glasses in total throughout. the day not including the bowel preparation, You can drink tea or coffee with small splash of milk. It is best to avoid alcoholic drinks,Medicines and laxatives.
Stop taking any bulk forming laxatives now These include. Isphaghula e g Fybogel Methylcellulose as in Celevac. Bran Sterculia as in Normacol, Where possible try to take your usual morning medicines before 10am and your evening. medicines after 9pm Medicines taken between these times may not be fully absorbed. because of the bowel preparation solutions you will be taking see next page If you need any. advice on when to take your medicines please contact the Pharmacy Medicines Helpline on. 020 7188 8748 open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday,Preparation On the day of your colonoscopy. Stop taking any laxatives and continue to avoid any medicines containing iron. loperamide or codeine, You should continue to take all of your medications as normal unless you have been. told otherwise by the doctor or endoscopy nurse, Drink plenty of clear fluid you can drink up to three hours before your examination. Leave valuables at home do not bring them with you to the Endoscopy Department. You may want to bring a dressing gown slippers and something to read. Bowel preparation solutions, In preparation for your colonoscopy we will provide you with bowel preparation solutions.
strong laxative sachets some patients will be given senna tablets as well. There are various brands of the bowel preparation solutions We will tick the box. against the preparation that you have been prescribed. Our standard preparation called CitraFleet or Picolax sodium picosulphate. Klean Prep,Why might I be given Klean Prep or Moviprep. If the doctors are concerned about your kidneys or if you have kidney disease they will. prescribe you Klean Prep or Moviprep These preparations are less likely to affect your. kidney function than our standard preparation Picolax or CitraFleet You may be required. to have a blood test before and after the procedure to check your kidney function. Please let us know if,You are unable to drink a large volume of fluid. You are restricted on the volume of fluid you are allowed to drink daily. You have been told by a doctor that your kidneys are not working properly. How should I take the bowel preparation, Please follow the instructions and time schedules in this leaflet and not the instructions on. the packet, Please note that the instructions are different depending on which bowel preparation your. doctor has prescribed you please make sure you read the correct section in this leaflet The. times that you need to take your medicine will also depend on whether you are having your. colonoscopy in the morning or afternoon, If you are prescribed Sodium Picosulphate Picolax or.
CitraFleet sachets and senna tablets, The solution tastes better if served chilled so you may wish to mix in advance and keep in. the fridge Use within 24 hours of preparation,On the day before the procedure. 4pm Take four senna tablets from the pack provided with a glass. 5pm Mix one sachet of sodium picosulphate with approximately. 150ml of water Do this in a large glass or jug as the. mixture may fizz over Stir the solution for two to three. minutes If the solution becomes warm allow it to cool. before you drink it You may add more water if you wish to. dilute it Please drink the preparation at once or if drinking. slowly finish within an hour,On the morning of the procedure. 6am for a morning Take the second sachet of sodium picosulphate preparing it. appointment or in the same way as before,10am for an afternoon. appointment,If you are prescribed Klean Prep, The solution tastes better if served chilled so you may wish to mix in advance and keep in.
the fridge Use within 24 hours of preparation,On the day before the procedure. 2pm Empty the contents of one sachet of Klean Prep into one. litre of water and stir until dissolved Drink this over the. course of an hour an hour and a half, 4pm Dissolve the second sachet of Klean Prep and drink as. 6pm Dissolve the third sachet of Klean Prep and drink as. On the morning of the procedure, 6am for a morning Dissolve the fourth sachet of Klean Prep and drink as. appointment or above,10am for an afternoon,appointment. If you are prescribed Moviprep, The solution tastes better if served chilled so you may wish to mix in advance and keep in.
the fridge Use within 24 hours of preparation,On the day before the procedure. 4pm Empty one sachet A and one sachet B of Moviprep into. one litre of water and stir until dissolved Drink this over. the course of an hour an hour and a half,On the morning of the procedure. 6am for a morning Dissolve the second sachet of A B Moviprep as. appointment or above and drink over an hour an hour and a half. 10am for an afternoon,appointment, Will I have to stay near a toilet once I have started taking the. bowel preparation, It is advisable that you stay near a toilet once you have started taking the bowel preparation. solution You should expect frequent bowel movements and diarrhoea starting within three. hours of the first dose and continuing until after your last dose Please note The timings of. the bowel preparation medication are designed so that the effects wear off before you. are due to leave home and travel to the hospital,Will I have any side effects.
You may have some bloating or stomach cramps this is normal. You can use a barrier cream such as zinc and castor oil on your bottom to prevent soreness. during your frequent trips to the toilet, Remember to keep drinking clear fluids to stop you from becoming dehydrated As a guide. try to drink about one glass every hour Signs that you are dehydrated include dizziness. headache and confusion, Please report any allergic reactions to the preparation such as rash itchiness or redness to. the endoscopy unit or your GP In very rare cases you may have a reaction that causes. swelling of the face lips tongue or throat If this happens seek medical help as soon as. If you vomit at any stage after taking the bowel preparation solution or if you have any. concerns regarding this preparation please telephone the endoscopy unit on 020 7188 3221. St Thomas Hospital or 020 7188 1728 Guy s Hospital. Other information, If you are taking the contraceptive pill it may not be effective once you have taken the bowel. preparation so you must use other precautions such as condoms to avoid pregnancy. Please speak to your GP pharmacist or family planning clinic for further advice on. contraception,Further information on senna tablets. What are senna tablets, Senna is a natural effective laxative for the relief of occasional constipation.
For safe use,Keep out of reach and sight of children. Store in the original container, Check the foil is not broken before use If it is do not take that tablet. Do not take if you know you are allergic to any of the ingredients. Consult your doctor or pharmacist if,you have sharp or persistent stomach pain. your abdomen is tender to the touch or hurts when you move. you accidentally take too much senna, you have been told by your doctor that you have an intolerance to some sugars. Do not store above 25 C Do not freeze Do not use after the expiry date. Possible side effects, You may experience temporary mild stomach pains If this gets serious or if you experience.
other symptoms after taking this product tell your doctor or pharmacist. The leaflet inside the box gives some more information about senna tablets. Other questions, Please see our Gastroenterology and Hepatology web page regarding other Endoscopy. frequently asked questions and answers www guysandstthomas nhs uk our. services gastroenterology and hepatology overview aspx. Please make sure you follow the instructions in this leaflet carefully If you do not your bowel. may not be clear and your examination may have to be repeated If you have any questions. please call the endoscopy unit on 020 7188 7188 Nurse and ask for extension 54059 at St. Thomas Hospital or 020 7188 1728 at Guy s Hospital. Contact us, If you need to change or cancel your appointment please ring 020 7188 8887. If you have any questions about preparing your bowel for colonoscopy please contact one. of the pre assessment nurses on 020 7188 7188 ask for extension 54052 9am to 5pm. Monday to Friday, If you have any other questions problems or concerns about the colonoscopy procedure. please contact the endoscopy unit staff for advice Monday Saturday 9am 5pm. t 020 7188 7188 ask for extension 54059 for Nurse in charge. t 020 7188 7188 ask for extension 54046 St Thomas Reception desk. t 020 7188 1728 Guy s Hospital, In case of emergency Out of hours 6pm until 8am the next day and on Saturdays and. Sundays t 020 7188 7188 and ask to be put through to the On call gastroenterology. registrar via Rota watch, For more information leaflets on conditions procedures treatments and services offered at.
our hospitals please visit www guysandstthomas nhs uk leaflets. Pharmacy Medicines Helpline, If you have any questions or concerns about your medicines please speak to the staff caring. for you or call our Medicines Helpline t 020 7188 8748 Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. Your comments and concerns, For advice support or to raise a concern contact our Patient Advice and Liaison Service. PALS To make a complaint contact the complaints department. t 020 7188 8801 PALS e pals gstt nhs uk, t 020 7188 3514 complaints e complaints2 gstt nhs uk. Language and accessible support services, If you need an interpreter or information about your care in a different language or format. please get in touch t 020 7188 8815 e languagesupport gstt nhs uk. Offers medical help and advice from fully trained advisers supported by experienced nurses. and paramedics Available over the phone 24 hours a day t 111. NHS Choices, Provides online information and guidance on all aspects of health and healthcare to help you.
make choices about your health w www nhs uk,Was this leaflet useful. We want to make sure the information you receive is helpful to you If you have any. comments about this leaflet we would be happy to hear from you fill in our simple online. form w www guysandstthomas nhs uk leaflets or e patientinformationteam gstt nhs uk. Leaflet number 3993 VER2,Date published February 2019. Review date February 2022,2019 Guy s and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust. A list of sources is available on request, Our values Put patients first Take pride in what we do Respect others Strive to be the best Act with integrity.


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