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Who is a Candidate?


Most people should undergo their first routine colonoscopy at age 50. If that colonoscopy doesn’t find anything abnormal and you don’t have any risk factors for colorectal disease, you probably won’t have another one for another 10 years. If a colonoscopy finds polyps or adenomas (non-cancerous tumors), you may need your next colonoscopy in another five years or less.