Sorry that the scope didn't go on well. My GI asks me to follow a certain regime which has been successful for 4 times now (knock wood). Before starting the prep, I have to take a Zofran injection as nausea would quickly hit in. I have to start taking 4 tablets of laxative tablets like Dulcolax, then half an hour later, I drink 250 ml of the gallon. Last year, I couldn't tolerate the gallon and threw it up. Called my GI and he suggested I take another anti-vomiting injection and take magnesium citrate solved in a litre of water every half an hour as far as I can remember. Then, I have to take other 4 tablets of the laxative. (The old plan included taking another 250 ml of the gallon after an hour). Almost 3 hrs later, I have to take a fleet enema. This will be repeated again after some other hrs. This makes me sleep in the bathroom as I might have around 50 trips to the toilet. During the preparation, I'm allowed to drink either lemon soda or water to keep hydrated. Then I have to fast for 8 hrs before the colonoscopy. Of course, I become drained but this clears things out. I consider this to be a very aggressive prep but my GI likes it. I had another scope in another city and they thought the magnesium citrate was enough in addition to a clear liquid diet for 2 days.
I think that as far as they have found pre-cancerous cells, why don't you have a enterocolonography CT esp. that your doc mentioned that she couldn't see your colon clearly. This CT does, unfortunately, include a prep similar to that of a colonoscopy but it is for you to make sure everything is ok there.
Take care :)
GERD, gastroduodenitis, ileocolitis, chronic proctitis and persistent mouth ulcers and fissures.
Current meds: Pentasa sachets 4g, Entocort 9mg, Nexium 40 x2, Pentasa, Ensure, Calcium and magnesium supplements, Imuran 175mg, pentasa enema, colifoam, budesonide enema, Zantac 600mg, Gaviscon 1x4
Pred 40 mg from Oct. 2010 till Jan.2012