Wednesday March 23, 2016


At some point, usually after you hit 50 years of age, your doctor will recommend a colonoscopy.

Colonoscopy is a test that allows your doctor to look at the inner lining of your large intestine (rectum and colon), [using] a thin, flexible tube called a colonoscope. A colonoscopy helps find ulcers, colon polyps, tumors, and areas of inflammation or bleeding.

Before this test, you will need to clean out your colon (colon prep). Colon prep takes 1 to 2 days, depending on which type of prep your doctor recommends. Some preps may be taken the evening before the test. For many people, the prep is worse than the test.

For many people, the prep is worse than the test. Especially if you go the "drink the nasty liquid" route. However, there is a better way. We found it 5 years ago.

The better way is Osmoprep. Osmoprep is a set of tablets, not a liquid. You still need to drink liquids - 40 ounces of water, tea, or other clear liquid the night before, followed by another 24 ounces the morning of the procedure - and that can get pretty tedious. In addition, the pills themselves are not small. but you won't need to choke down a solution of Magnesium Citrate or Polyethylene Glycol.

Osmoprep also, erm, shall we say, causes less violent and uncomfortable results than other preparations.

Colonoscopy prep is neither pleasant nor fun, but it doesn't need to be nasty, painful, and nauseating as well. "Ask your doctor about Osmoprep".


Osmoprep tablet

Osmoprep dose

Disclaimer - I have not been paid by anyone to post this review.

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