There are several methods of preparation for a colonoscopy. If your physician at Digestive Healthcare Center advises you to follow the Half Lytely bowel prep method, please review the following instructions so that the procedure can be completed as accurately as possible. If you have any questions about how to prepare for your colonoscopy, please contact our office.
Half Lytely Preparation Kit (prescription from your doctor)
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If you have scheduled a colonoscopy with Digestive Healthcare Center, our team will ensure that you fully understand how to prepare for the procedure. We are proud to provide the highest quality gastroenterology care to our patients throughout New Jersey so you can live a healthier life. To learn more about the procedures and tests we offer or to schedule an appointment at one of our three gastroenterology centers in NJ, please contact us today.
We are proud to offer telemedicine care to patients throughout NJ, allowing patients to consult with one of our expert gastroenterologists via a two-way video call. Setting up and completing a telemedicine visit is extremely simple, and all you need to do to get started is give one of our offices a call or contact us by filling out a form.