Hello. Since I\'m going in for a colonoscopy tomorrow, I thought this would be a good time to open the board for a colonoscopy discussion. Not quite on the top of my list for fun discussions but it\'s a very important topic. I\'m only 39 yet I\'m going for a colonoscopy trifecta. Yep. This will be my 3rd colonoscopy. I know 50 year olds that have yet to have one. Perhaps I\'m being overly cautious. But my Mom was diagnosed with colon cancer at age 52 and she passed away at 57. If she had gone in for a colonoscopy a few years earlier, she would still be here today. If you have colon cancer in your family, I urge you to go and get a colonoscopy -- even if you think you\'re too young!
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