After colonoscopy, there may be anal pain.
If you take a sitz bath with warm water after returning home, the tense anal sphincter will be relaxed, and anal pain will be relieved.
Abdominal bloating may persist due to the air insertion for accurate observation during the examination,
but it will be relieved by passing gas.
After the test, there may be small amounts of blood in the stool, and the symptom usually subsides in 2-3 days.
If the following symptoms persist and it is determined that emergency treatment is necessary,
please contact the gastroenterology department of KAIST Clinic (042-350-0535) or an external emergency room.
* Melena, bloody stool, dizziness, tachycardia, cold sweat, severe abdominal pain*