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Tomorrow I get a colonoscopy.

 

The journey started last night however. Thought I would walk a few through the nutrition plan in lead up to the big day tomorrow...

 

Last night mixed up 3 litres of Glycoprep-C and store in the fridge for this afternoons drinking session from 3pm.

 

Breakfast today consisted of two slices of toast with honey on them - not allowed seeds, so no raspberry jam, vegimite is reserved for Ironman only, peanut butter is a no go in my house so honey it was and a pint of water.

 

12 noon saw the swallowing of 3 tablets of bisacodyl.

 

Lunch was scrambled eggs and a pint of water.

 

Lunch also saw me mix up a large glass of magnesium citrate which then goes in the fridge for 2pm consumption.

 

2pm today no more food but lets face it toast and eggs isn't real food. Midnight no more fluid.

 

Mmmmm, I wonder if I will go to the toilet with all these lovely concoctions.

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Mmmmm, I wonder if I will go to the toilet with all these lovely concoctions.

:lol: The fuse has been lit..

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After having done this last month, stay close to the loo, very close. You will have a nice flat stomach in the morning, quaranteed.

 

Kas

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You doing sandhills in the morning??

 

I dare ya!

 

Keep us posted big fella, this could be interesting :lol:

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Tomorrow I get a colonoscopy.

 

..

 

Mmmmm, I wonder if I will go to the toilet with all these lovely concoctions.

I guarantee it! :lol: Towards the end of the "regime" you will have an appreciation for the term "hot flushes" that not even the menapausal can know. Enjoy!

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Tomorrow I get a colonoscopy.

 

So as well as talking out of your ass, you'll be able to see out of it as well. :lol:

 

 

 

 

 

Good luck. I had two operations last year in a similar area. Does make your eyes water a bit. :lol:

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The 12 noon bisacodyl tablets were sweet, I tasted them rather than just swallowed. No issue with them at all.

 

Just had the 2pm big glass of magnesium citrate - tasted crap, really tart, and I downed it in a pint glass to dilute the flavour as much as I could - would not have like a middy glass of the stuff.

 

Guess I sit and wait :lol:

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Put some reading material in the "smallest room" now, as you may not be able to get it later!

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The 12 noon bisacodyl tablets were sweet, I tasted them rather than just swallowed. No issue with them at all.

 

Just had the 2pm big glass of magnesium citrate - tasted crap, really tart, and I downed it in a pint glass to dilute the flavour as much as I could - would not have like a middy glass of the stuff.

 

Guess I sit and wait :lol:

 

While you wait, perhaps you can read this - linky thingy

 

Possibly the funniest thing you will read on the internet

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What, you weren't happy with the finger poke and decided you wanted it deeper? :lol:

 

That's how it starts Dwarf, no going back now :D:lol:

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What, you weren't happy with the finger poke and decided you wanted it deeper? :lol:

 

That's how it starts Dwarf, no going back now :blink::lol:

 

Not staying with you in Port now Gim...not that there's anything wrong with that

 

:D:D:D;)

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While you wait, perhaps you can read this - linky thingy

 

Possibly the funniest thing you will read on the internet

 

I posted that on here a few years ago, and just went to TTUK to find the link as I posted it there as well, but STW came back as 'page expired'. Glad it's still around in some form or other. :lol:

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I posted that on here a few years ago, and just went to TTUK to find the link as I posted it there as well, but STW came back as 'page expired'. Glad it's still around in some form or other. :lol:

 

That's priceless!

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just downed the first glass of glycoprep-c. Tasted ok, lemon flavour...

 

 

no movement at the station yet :lol:

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2nd cup gone (750mls in total), meant to have one every 15 minutes.....

 

still whole :lol:

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You doing sandhills in the morning??

 

I dare ya!

 

 

:lol::D remember that photo of that dude finishing his run covered in the brown stuff :D:D:lol:

 

STAND CLEAR if he attends...

 

 

 

All the best Gimili ;)

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can't wait for athe carnage to begin :lol:

 

Gim take note of kas, roxii's and mx's advice

 

might be an idea to warm up the glutes for all the clenching you'll be doing as you repeatedly charge to the throne :lol:

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I have provided your photograph to Engadine leisure Centre front desk. You will be denied entry.

 

don't think i'll be at squad tonight :lol:

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we are away :lol:

The colt from old Regret had got away

 

THERE was movement at the station, for the word had passed around

That the colt from old Regret had got away,

And had joined the wild bush horses — as Gimili shit the first of a thousand pound,

So with cracks gathered to the porcelain,

All the tried and noted riders from the stations near and far

Had mustered at the homestead overnight,

For the bushmen love hard riding where the cold porcelain gives fright,

As the dung beatles snuff the odour with delight.

 

There was Harrison, who had his piles and could never say pardon enough,

The old man with his hair as white as snow;

But few could stand beside him when his diarrhea was fairly up—

He would go wherever plumbing and man could go.

And Clancy the causer of septic overflow came down to lend a hand,

No browner porcelain ever smelled of such pains;

For no dunny horse could throw him while the saddle-girths would stand,

He learnt to slide while droving on the plains.

 

And one was there, a stripling on a small and weedy beast,

It was something like a racehorse undersized,

With a touch of Timor pony—three parts thoroughbred at least—

And such as are by mountain bushmen prized.

It was hard and tough and wiry—just the sort that won’t say die—

There was courage in his quick impatient tread;

And he sort the loo with no time for games with a bright and fiery eye,

with proud and lofty carriage out his pants it sped!

Edited by Slowman

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5 times now, free falling like no tomorrow, not sure I'll be back here for a bit.... I have become regular, very fu$kin regular indeed :lol:

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just downed the first glass of glycoprep-c. Tasted ok, lemon flavour...

 

 

no movement at the station yet :lol:

 

It's a bit like gels at a race - the first one or two taste fine & you think "no probs" but by the end of it you can't stand the sight of the stuff.

 

Good luck, hope they find out what it is.

 

Are you weeing out of your bum yet?

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It's a bit like gels at a race - the first one or two taste fine & you think "no probs" but by the end of it you can't stand the sight of the stuff.

 

Good luck, hope they find out what it is.

 

Are you weeing out of your bum yet?

 

 

the rain is falling n'some

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got about 250ml to go of the three litres, at least it tastes alright but is getting harder to drink, bit like getting offered a bottle of gatorade when you finish at Port.

 

just opened up for twenty minutes :lol:

 

I've had diarrhea of and on since December, this stuff is worse

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got about 250ml to go of the three litres, at least it tastes alright but is getting harder to drink, bit like getting offered a bottle of gatorade when you finish at Port.

 

just opened up for twenty minutes :lol:

 

I've had diarrhea of and on since December, this stuff is worse

 

You know it could be worse ...

 

right now I can't think of anything though!

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got about 250ml to go of the three litres, at least it tastes alright but is getting harder to drink, bit like getting offered a bottle of gatorade when you finish at Port.

 

just opened up for twenty minutes :lol:

 

I've had diarrhea of and on since December, this stuff is worse

2 litres is about as much as I could take of the stuff, it kept giving me diarrhea :lol: it did the job

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well finished my three litres, still raining, can't wait for the taper

 

Hope you did a before and after weigh in. :lol:

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wife decided to have chinese takeway for tea, it's cheaper when one of us isn't eating :lol:

 

am still flowing

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Use kiddies wet wipes instead of paper mate.

 

Refreshing!

 

Don't forget to wash the kids after :lol:

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Should let our slowtwit mate know about this thread, the one who posted about his bum operation, etc.

 

I had two way street operation, just hoped they didn't cross paths.

 

Good luck, hope you have private cover, that way they will use a new one.

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This is from the Paul Chek book "Eat, Move and Be Healthy"

 

Paul Chek developed the “Poopie Line-up” and the “Poopie Policeman” to teach clients, and children, how to recognize symptoms of dehydration, poor digestion, and toxicity. The “Poopie Policeman” represents a healthy bowel movement. For a bowel movement to qualify as a “Poopie Policeman”, it must:

 

 

  • Be well shaped and consistent in contour
  • Pass easily
  • Be light brown in color
  • Smell natural, almost earthy- not foul
  • Float, yet doesn't require multiple attempts to flush.

Familiarity with the following “Bowel Bandits” will help diagnose an irregular or dysfunctional digestive/elimination system.

 

http://www.paulchek.com/Pauls%20Blog/Sept2.../PoopLineUp.jpg

 

 

The Flasher: The flasher gives you a peek at the undigested food particles in the stool. It's not normal to see food particles in your stool, as it's a sign of food intolerance or an inflammatory disorder of the digestive system.

 

Diarrhella: Diarrhella's crime is one of passion. It's the body's desperate attempt at detoxification. Even if you are constipated and dehydrated, your body will scavenge extra water to remove toxins from your body. If you fluctuate between constipation and diarrhea once a month or more within a one-year period, it's time to re-evaluate your diet.

 

Pellet Man: Pellet poops resemble rabbit or sheep manure, and may indicate altered states between peristalsis of the colon and dehydration.

 

The Bodybuilder: Bodybuilder poops are often larger in diameter than a “Poopie Policeman” and are hard to pass. Such bowel movements sometimes come from eating too many dehydrated and processed foods, especially protein bars and shakes.

 

Olympic Swimmer: Lighter in color than the Poopie Policeman due to the high content of undigested fat, Chek calls them Olympic Swimmers because they are difficult to flush. The Olympic Swimmer may indicate a deficiency in bile, which breaks down fats.

 

Mr. Sinker ‘n’ Stinker: This mean little bowel bandit often appears after being exposed to processed foods, a toxic environment, or medical drugs, particularly after undergoing a surgical procedure where general anesthesia was used. Mr. Sinker 'n' Stinker is one of the meanest fellas you'll ever encounter in the bathroom. If he's yours, he's very hard to get rid of and if he's not, his smell is enough to make your hair stand on end! So if he comes to call, take steps to detoxify your body.

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