Fleet Enema

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 Fleet Enema Sodium Phosphates

Sodium phosphate is a generic term for a variety of salts of sodium (Na+) and phosphate (PO43−). Phosphate also forms families or condensed anions including di-, tri-, tetra-, and polyphosphates. Most of these salts are known in both anhydrous (water-free) and hydrated forms. The hydrates are more common than the anhydrous forms.[1] Contents 1 Uses 2 Adverse effects 3 Monophosphates 4 Di- and polyphosphates 5 References 6 External links Uses Sodium phosphates have...
can enema be taken sitting on toilet

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? ## 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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Mono Linyah bleeding & constipation

After starting Mono Linyah I spot each month the week before my period. Usually only 3 days. The past 2 months I start spotting the week before my period until my period starts. And I have constipation each month up to a week, using Miralax & fleet enemas is the only thing that gets me regular. Is this related to the hormones? Also, where do these hormones come from? Man made? Plant based? Animal based? ## Hello, Sierra! How are you? Both of those issues have been reported as possible side effects of oral contraceptives by the FDA. You may also experience dizziness, headache and PMS-like symptoms. Have you informed your doctor? It might be that this just isn't the right one for you to take and you may need to try a different oral contraceptive. ## Thank you. I do have an appoint... ...

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 NDC 0132-0119
Fleet Rectal Enema by C.b. Fleet Company, Inc. ## Package Codes: 0132-0119-46
 NDC 0132-0201
Fleet Rectal Enema by C.b. Fleet Company, Inc. ## Package Codes: 0132-0201-10, 0132-0201-40
 NDC 54569-0826
Fleet Rectal Enema by A-s Medication Solutions LLC ## Package Codes: 54569-0826-0
 NDC 0132-0703
Fleet 10 mg/37ml Rectal Enema by C.b. Fleet Company, Inc. ## Package Codes: 0132-0703-36
 NDC 0132-0301
Fleet 118 ml/118ml Rectal Enema by C.b. Fleet Company, Inc. ## Package Codes: 0132-0301-40
 NDC 0132-0202
Pedia-lax Rectal Enema by C.b. Fleet Company, Inc. ## Package Codes: 0132-0202-20

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