I had one on Monday and I was terrified the night before. I turns out that I was all worked up about nothing.
Mine was not until 1pm so I had a liquid breakfast around 6:30am.
The nurse called me in and I changed into a gown and was able to keep on my pants. You may want to wear socks since shoes are removed. I was terrified with the thought of an IV but it was a piece of cake and hurt less that a normal shot. The IV was taped several times and I could move my arm around. I was given a magazine while I lied in bed awaiting to be wheeled into the procedure room. My heart was pounding.... They wheeled me into the room and I was able told ly on my side. Medicine was put into the IV and I was told that if the room started to spin, to close my eyes. I looked at the ceiling and the next thing I new, I was in the recovery room. I was sleepy but didn't feel bad. I slept the remainder of the evening.
I am awaiting the results from my biopsy. Not sure if I have an ulcer or not.