Hi. I am new here. Not sure yet.. how I register. My name is Leah . I am 45 and scared to death. I read your post and felt some comfort. Can you please .. email me on my yahoo. ***@****. I read so.. many horror stories about tumors too large for the colonoscopy done in the office no less. I heard diverticulitus, gallstones, and inflamation from Chrohns can cause blockages of the small intestine that are functional and partial. I am not a doc person at all. I am petrified of hospitals .. surgery and most of all Cancer. My dad and his side it runs rampid. I need some support and further advise. I don't want a tube down my nose or to be only on IV fluids with no eating or drinking on my own. I am a bad..bad patient. Can the do do an ultrasound instead ? Thanks
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