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... It depends if they will will be giving you a disposible type enema or a regular enema. ... (1 replies)
Soap water enemas
Nov 16, 2004
... it is a 2 Quart water bottle. For Personal Hygiene and Enema System and that is also written on the box. ... (5 replies)
Soap water enemas
Nov 16, 2004
... where can I find this enema/douche type bag. It not really something I want to ask for at Wal-Mart! (5 replies)

... mart. For a soap suds enema you will need some castile soap which comes either in little packets of liquid soap or in bar form. Fill the enema bag with warm to the touch of your wrist. ... (1 replies)
... trol. Drink prune juice or eat prunes every day at meals. Sit on the toilet for 5 minutes EVERY day after breakfast whether you have a BM or not. Increase your water intake to at least 2 quarts daily. If you haven't had a BM by the third day go ahead and try a glycerin suppository. ... (11 replies)
... Also a drug store enema is not going to do a thorough job. You need to use a baking soda or soap suds enema followed by a baking soda enema. ... (5 replies)
... times a day and drink plenty of water as well as prune juice or prunes. If you haven't had a decent BM by the third day then use a glycerin suppository. ... (25 replies)
Stool seems stuck
Nov 29, 2004
... enema bag and mixed up a warm soapy water enema. ... (1 replies)
... e is suffering from severe constipation since the stool is leaking out around the formed stool. This is a common sign in constipation. You need to increase her water for one and you might want to try a soap suds enema followed by a soothing baking soda enema when she is constipated. ... (1 replies)
... and then remembered that as a child my mother would feed me prunes and that would help.I felt really bad but managed to eat about 10 prunes and drank as much water as I could hold.About 2 hours later I started to have a BM but I knew that there was more that needed to come out. ... (9 replies)
... I would recommend a warm water enema with a enema kit. Not those Fleet enemas as they can be harmful to the body. I use a enema when I become constipated and it works wonders. ... (2 replies)
Apr 8, 2001
... As I have mentioned many a time before you need to find out what the cause of your constipation is an correct that. In the meantime do not use a fleets enema except on rare occasions as these are very hard on your system. If you must use an enema then use a baking soda enema or a soap suds enema first. ... (19 replies)
... If you mean by "ad hoc" enemas, the fleets enemas, I'm not surprised that they didn't work. I hate the salt water (PEG) and practically throw up when trying to take it. I had a colonoscopy just this last week and did the folowing: Clear liquid diet 32 hours before the scope. Did a soap and water enema the morning of the day before the scope Drank 10 oz of mag citrate at 2... (6 replies)
... You could try a soapy water enema using warm soapy water made with a soap like Ivory. Works alot better than Fleet. ... (1 replies)
... whole grains, vegetables, bran, etc. If it really bothers you, use a plain water enema to clean out any remaining fecal matter from just inside your rectum. ... (1 replies)
... I have done that multiple times and now it's very difficult to elinate the liquid and i still get no relief doc had me take a bowel prep and enimas to work from both ends, that made things worse. I can only pass formed stool and still have this lower abdominal bloating and pain I can't sit. I can't live like this! Anymore suggestions? (9 replies)
... I would go to drugstore and get three enemas, like Fleets. Get one oil retention enema and use that first. Lying on your left side insert the oil and stay there for an hour. The oil will penetrate the stool to soften it. ... (9 replies)
... or so, I crumpled to my side and toughen it out. Eventually the pain disappeared completely. Before being discharged, a nurse helped me with a sitz bath of warm water with sitz bath. I was expecting pain from the actual Hemorrhoidectomy wound, but surprisingly, still haven't felt any pain. The sitz bath was very relieving. ... (0 replies)
... Just plain water will work as well. ... (7 replies)
... ed into the anaesthesia dept at 7am last Thursday for a stapled hemarroidectomy. I had followed a normal diet until midnight the night before, and just had some water and coffee before 6am on the day of the operation. ... (0 replies)

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