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A colonoscopy is a procedure wherein a doctor passes a soft, elastic tube inside your colon. This tube has a camera at the end of it so the doctor can see what's inside. This is an important procedure as it helps determine if there are any problems with the colon. When you are planning to have a colonoscopy, you will have to start preparing for it. First, you need to consult with a doctor. Your doctor is the best person to ask about colonoscopy. If anything is unclear to you, speak to your doctor about it. When you are to have a colonoscopy, you need to make a few changes in your diet. Days before the procedure, you have to avoid certain foods and beverages.

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1. Avoid these foods

When you're planning to have a colonoscopy, there are certain foods you need to avoid. These foods might affect the whole process. As much as possible, stop eating these foods when you're preparing for such a procedure. After your procedure, you can start eating these foods again. Such foods to avoid are raw fruits and vegetables as well as nuts and seeds. Also stay away from mushroom, corn, beans, and legumes. In the meantime, steer clear of red meat too. Avoid these foods especially when your colonoscopy schedule is only a few days away.

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