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I had a colonoscopy with biopsies taken a little while ago as a follow up to two positive faecal calprotectin results. During the colonoscopy the surgeon and nurses commented on how healthy my insides looked, and the discharge sheet stated my rectum, colon and terminal ileum were normal. The only thing they found that was typed in big, bold letters on the discharge sheet was 'Haemorrhoids'. I got the results back from the biopsies taken during the colonoscopy and they were normal as well.
I'm rather happy with the results, as anyone would be, and I'm due a follow up appointment with my doctor to discuss this, but I was wondering if any of you would say that the normal colonoscopy results would suggest that I don't have Crohn's Disease and/or Ulcerative Colitis?
Any thoughts and views on this would be very welcome.
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