Can Enema Be Taken Sitting On Toilet

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Mbm Says:


Ivan' get to the bathroom in time, and because of knee arthritis and back nerve impingement can't lie on the floor. I will be using mag citrate first. Can fleet enema be taken on the toilet?



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David Says:

Hello,

Based on my research, Fleet Enema (Sodium Biphosphate + Sodium Phosphate) is meant to be taken rectally.

So unless you're able to get ahold of the oral (solution) version of the drug, I'm not sure how you'd be able to properly administer it while remaining in a sitting position, if that's what you're referring to?

However, for convenience purposes you may want to eventually consider trying the oral product.

I hope this helps!


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