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What's an endoscopy?

I have been having major stomach problems lately, so my doctor recommended an endoscopy...
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I had i thing done exactly like that and a biopsy. They knocked me out and i guess i woke up about 15 min later and didn't feel a thing. This was after recovering from a stomach ulcer so they wanted to make sure it was all gone. The worst part was probably that I wasn't aloud to eat at all until after they were done!

by cpcaper on 9/6/2011 11:59:49 PM


I had one done too hun, and i promise, it's not fun @ first, but it's SOOO worth it in the long run! You get the info you need! I feel so much better now!

by pshimer123 on 9/5/2011 9:26:34 PM


I have one done too. If your doctor said endoscopy then it will be insterted down your throat. But they give you sleepy medications so you cant feel it. They have to spray your mouth with nasty stuff to make sure you won't gag. Afterwards your throat feels really weird. but in the end its fine.

by on 9/5/2011 2:45:23 PM


Okay so a few weeks ago I fainted three times in one day!!!!!!! The doctors never found the problem, so I returned to my normal life and everything, but since then I haven't been normal. I feel a lot of nausea and feel like I'm going to puke and/or faint. I feel like that all the time! School starts in two days and I'm terrified. I'm afraid that I will faint or puke front of everyone. To make it worse, my parents made me sign up to run cross country. This morning I went on my trampoline and felt so sick and like I was going to faint. Now, on and off during the day I feel like that and it's horrible. I really want to run cross country but I am just really scared. Help??? Am I the only one who this has happened to???

Hey babe! 

While you're definitely not the only person this has happened to, this is definitely something you want to talk to your parents and a doctor about. Tell them all of your symptoms and concerns so they can help you figure out what's going on right away!  
Devin A.

by shelbychristine333 on 9/5/2011 12:51:31 PM


OK so i have this freind and she used to be my BFFL but now we arent that close anymore.I really want to get closer again. Is it possible?? I wold call her but her mom is sorta mean and scares meFrown she lives in another town, so i dont see her at school. Please help me!!!??


Hey girly! Of course it's possible to reignite your friendship. Can you talk to her online, since you're afraid to call? If not, I'd give calling a shot. If her mom does answer, you'll only have to talk to her for second or two, tops Smile


Becca G.

by mint.chocolate.chip on 9/4/2011 6:37:39 PM



this is mostly just so that the author sees this comment maybe?

well anyways im 14 and i had an endoscopy done like maybe 1 or 2 years ago? and the truth is it is somewhat uncomfortable especially when eating, so don't eat anything like steak. and it also feels really funny when they put it in (and take it out). so overall the entire experience is not fun but also not the worst. lets put it this way.. getting stitches is waaay worse

by maddieboo786 on 9/4/2011 6:16:22 PM


While I haven't had an endoscopy before, I know that anesthetic will be a huge help for operations.. Good luck, and feel better!

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by foreverme! on 9/4/2011 6:08:30 PM


I just found out my guy friend (and my ex) is gay. I really want to help him through this. Im the only one who knows. and I need advice to help him tell his parents, and other people. . . and advice to help both of us through this.



Hey girly! You should feel really honored that your friend trusts you enough to tell you something so big. However, the best thing you can do is listen to him when he needs it, and be supportive. Let him know that you're there for him and will be through everything. As for telling his parents and friends, that's something that he should do when he's ready. And, it's possible that he may not be ready yet. So, I wouldn't push him to come out. Just let him come to grips with it at his own pace. And, let him know that you're there for him no matter what.


Becca G.

by jazziesgirl on 9/4/2011 5:43:27 PM


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by facebooker1240 on 9/4/2011 11:11:13 AM


I'm getting braces tomorrow, and I'm REALLY scared! Some people say it hurts, some don't. I've watched videos of people getting braces, and I'm still scared! What should I do? Please help!

Hey Jordan,

I've had braces (I got them off a few years ago) and I can tell you honestly that most of the time it is totally fine, but sometimes your mouth will feel tight or raw depending on the stage of your braces-wearing. When you first get them, your cheeks and gums might feel a little sore because they aren't used to the braces being there. When you go back for check ups, your orthodontist might tighten the braces in order to coax your teeth into a straight line, so you'll feel pressure and possibly some mild pain in your tender gums. Nothing a lil Tylenol won't knock out Smile I also had a expander for about 6 months which went on the roof of my mouth, and that's the same deal - when it was "cranked" every week, my teeth felt tight and kinda tender until my mouth got used to it. But I never felt pain intense enough to distract me from what I was doing (homework, chores, sleeping, etc.) and I never felt enough pain to cry or complain!

Hopefully being honest about the types of sensations you might have made you a lil less scared! It's really nothing to worry about - tons of girls have gotten braces before you and have all made it through! Smile
Lauren C.

by cutiegal100 on 9/4/2011 10:14:18 AM

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