Please find links to some useful information for patients below.

Bowel Preparation Instructions

Bowel preparation instructions may vary for your situation. You can find common bowel preparation instructions used by Mr Eugene Ong below. The instructions vary slightly if you are having a colonoscopy or bowel surgery (colonoscopy requires stricter diet restriction). If you have any questions about which bowel preparation instructions are relevant for you, or the…

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Resources for patients with Pelvic Floor Problems

Prolapse, pelvic pain/discomfort, faecal incontinence and constipation are common and distressing problems. Whilst some severe forms of constipation and incontinence require surgery, the majority of cases can be managed with non-operative treatment. This usually requires a combination of lifestyle modification, diet modification and pelvic floor exercises. Dedicated counselling with a pelvic floor physiotherapist or a…

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Patient information sheets

These patient information sheets have been produced by the Colorectal Surgical Society of Australia and New Zealand (CSSANZ). Anal abscess and fistula Anal fissure Bowel Cancer: Answers to questions Bowel Cancer: After the operation Colonoscopy Constipation Crohn’s Disease Diverticular Disease Faecal Incontinence Haemorrhoids Irritable Bowel Syndrome Polyps Proctitis Pruritis Ani (Itchy Bottom) Rectal Prolapse Ulcerative…

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Appointment Information

Before your appointment: Please obtain and fill out a Patient Registration Form. If you are able to send it back to us prior to your appointment, then this will streamline the process. You may return it via fax (9034-4811) or e-mail (contact@colorectal-surgeon.org) What to Bring: Referral from your GP: All patients require a current referral…

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