Endoluminal Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is an alternative solution to conventional MRI, which is still not sufficient to image the bowel and colon wall. However, it mainly suffers from coil-sensitivity-map variations with coil-orientations within respect to the main magnetic field (B0). The purpose of this work was to study numerically different coil-geometries and their performances when positioned in different orientations regarding B0. From the simulation results, a solution of a reconfigurable endoluminal-coil using four MEMs switches is proposed. Electro-Magnetic (EM) simulation demonstrated the feasibility to reduce the coil-sensitivity variations by using a combination of Single-loop (SL) and Double-Turn-Loop (DTL) configurations.