Endoscopy ( Gastroscopy – Colonoscopy )

One of the methods used for years to diagnose diseases in the digestive system is called Endoscopy. Technological application of this method, which is important for early diagnosis, is enabled. You can choose quality centers that follow the latest technology in the selection and variety of devices used. In order to obtain successful results in these methods, it should be applied by experts.

Methods such as endoscopy, gastroscopy and colonoscopy are used in stomach complaints, difficulty in swallowing, weight loss, black and bloody stools, long-lasting constipation, abnormality or polycosis in the intestinal wall and intestinal complaints. Technological devices that can reach various regions in the digestive system have their own cameras. In this way, it is possible to view the inner surface of the organs and to take parts.


Intervention with a long tube-like device to examine the upper digestive tracts is called gastroscopy. This method is used for complaints that occur in the esophagus, stomach and small intestines. People encounter this method when they have chewing or swallowing problems, complaints such as constant heartburn and heartburn, stomachache, vomiting and upper digestive system bleeding. For the examinations to be performed under local anesthesia, it will be sufficient to stop eating and drinking only 6-8 hours before.

Apart from this, you can benefit from methods that will be carried out safely by your experts, which will not require a preparation step. You should not neglect to call your doctor in cases where your pain is getting worse, when you have a fever and if you have complaints such as ongoing nausea and vomiting. It is important for your health that your specialist doctor, who will give detailed information about the risks of these methods, works in sterile environments. Thus, you will be protected from various risks of infection, bleeding or perforation.


It is one of the methods needed to examine the large intestine parts. There are various discomforts that may occur in these areas, which start from the anus and continue to the small intestines and are approximately 2 meters long. Along with the examinations to be made as a result of the symptoms you are experiencing, your eligibility for colonoscopy will be evaluated. This method is used in order to make the best examinations in the colon and to make a definitive diagnosis.

Colonoscopy should be performed regularly for early diagnosis and immediate prevention of cancers that will occur in the intestines. Individuals between the ages of 50 and 80 must have this procedure done every 5 years. Thus, it will be possible to obtain a clear finding as to the cause of your complaints. Some points to consider in preparation for colonoscopy are as follows:

  • You must follow the methods recommended by your doctors for cleaning the intestines.
  • You should be careful about eating and drinking and not consuming any food for 24-48 hours from the date and time of the procedure.
  • In the 12-24 hour period before this procedure, you should only eat soup and consume watery foods.
  • You should ensure that the bowels are emptied several hours beforehand by using a liquid laxative or enema.