Sorilea, was the colonoscopy done because you were having problems prior to that time? If so, what symptoms were you having?
I replied to this once. I don't know why my reply is not here. No, I was not having any symptoms prior to the colonoscopy. They did it because my blood results have been abnormal for over a year now. My overall white blood cell count is normal but the lymphocytes are high when they should be low and my neurophils are low when they should be high.
I was sent back to the hematologist/oncologist because I had idiopathic Polycythemia from 2003-2006 when I lived in New Mexico. It disappeared as mysteriously as it came when I left New Mexico. My Oncologist decided that it would be too weird that I would get a white blood cell cancer after previously having had a red one. So she thought I must have Polycythemia again and sent me for the colonoscopy and a stomach scope looking for internal bleeding since I don't have a high red blood cell count and have no symptoms of Polycythemia this time. No internal bleeding was found.