Call your doctor immediately if you see rectal bleeding after colonoscopy, or if you feel faint, dizzy, short of breath or have palpitations. Also call your doctor if you have nausea, vomiting, cramps or any other type of abdominal pain, or if you develop a fever, chills, severe headache or muscle aches.
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