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1120 Southeast Cary Parkway, Suite 204, Cary NC 27518

Call: 919-854-0041

The following are general guidelines at the time of discharge. Detailed individualized instructions may also be added depending on the results of your procedure.

  1. For the next 24 hours:
    * Do not drive a car or do anything that requires alertness.
    * Do not stay by yourself or drink any alcohol.
    * Do not make important legal or business decisions. Your alertness, memory and balance may be impaired today due to the
    sedation give for your procedure.
    * It is recommended that you refrain from travel the week following a procedure in the event of complications.
  2. Notify your physician if you experience any of the following:
    * Severe abdominal pain and /or swelling
    * Fever greater then 101.5
    * Vomiting repeatedly or vomiting blood
    * Black tarry stools
    * Rectal bleeding of amount greater than 2 tablespoons
    * Redness, tenderness and swelling at IV site that lasts for more than 48 hours Chest pain
    * Shortness of breath
    * Rapid Heartrate…. Call 911

It is not uncommon after a Colonoscopy or after the first bowel movement to see a small amount of blood from the rectum or after an endoscopy or esophageal dilatation to see a small amount of blood in the sputum or to have a sore throat.

Please call your physician if you have problems. 919-854-0041.
After hours, call the office and an answering service will help you locate the physician on call.

If you are unable to reach a physician but feel your condition warrants a doctor’s attention, go to an Emergency Room near you.

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