I got my scopes done yesterday and it was one of the most horrific thing's that have happened. For a few weeks I have already been feeling a lot nausea and vomiting in the morning... So when the scope was put in which felt very tight around my throat, I started vomiting, they kept telling me to relax which was just so inconsiderate as I was able to talk. The results from that were I have a hiatus hernia of 3cm and a benign inflammatory tumour in my oesophagus (38cm down), Stomach and duodenum normal. My colonoscopy was also very painful, they knocked every corner, I had to go on my back to get around the splenic flecture, which will have to be known for any future scopes, I was given 5 doses of the sedation and a dose of fentanyl which I didn't feel. My colon was normal, there was some granulation on my terminal ileum. If only I'd gotten the scope a month ago because it definitely would of been inflamed, but none the less the biopsies will reveal properly if there's been chronic inflammation. The surgeon said I shouldn't have a diagnosis now but I will most likely be diagnosed with Crohn's iletius. So there it is... I know it may not be helpful for those awaiting scopes, but you can't just want to hear about the peaceful experiences which my mum tried to drill into me. One good thing I can take from it is that I definitely won't need to think about is a colostomy bag in the near future. Good luck to everyone else trying to get a diagnosis and treatment.