Preparing for a Colonoscopy
If your are undergoing a colonoscopy with one of our colorectal surgeons in the near future, please visit the following links to get information about how to use your colonoscopy prep correctly.
Aspirin or other Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammtory Drugs (NSAIDS) should be stopped prior to having a colonoscopy. Find out which drugs are part of the NSAIDS drug family by visiting the link about NSAIDS below.
You can also read our FAQ on colonoscopy preparation here.
Colonoscopy Prep Instructions and Consent
- Miralax morning exam prep
- Miralax afternoon exam prep
- MoviPrep morning exam
- Moviprep afternoon exam
- PEG morning exam prep
- PEG afternoon exam prep
- Medication Guide for in Office Procedures
- Consent for Colonoscopy
Bowel Surgery Preparations
These listed preparation instructions are intended for use before a procedure such as colonoscopy, colon surgery, etc.; an RCRS provider will be prescribing the type and timing of each individual’s prep, do not start unless instructed. Call if you have any questions if or when you should be taking a prep prior to your visit.