Enema Program

Our Enema Program is designed to help individuals who are having lots of plaque or hardened stool in their colon leading to constipation. Various organic non-toxic substances are used to aid in this therapy.

What is an Enema?

  • An enema is a technique used to stimulate stool evacuation. It is a liquid treatment most commonly used to relieve severe constipation. The process helps push waste out of the rectum when you cannot do so on your own. Enemas are available for purchase at pharmacies for personal & home use, but you should ask a physician or nurse for specific guidance or instructions to avoid injury.
  • What is an enema used for?

  • Constipation is a common gastrointestinal condition. It occurs when the colon is unable to remove waste through the rectum. People with this condition have three or fewer bowel movements over a seven-day period. Mild constipation often occurs when you don’t eat enough fiber or drink enough water on a regular basis. Daily exercise also helps to prevent constipation.

  • An enema is most commonly used to clean the lower bowel. However, this is normally the last resort for constipation treatment. If diet and exercise are not enough to keep you regular, your physician might recommend a laxative before trying an enema. In some cases, laxatives are used the night before an enema to encourage waste flow.

  • Enemas may also be used before medical examinations of the colon. Your physician may order an enema prior to an X-ray of the colon to detect polyps or plaque so that they can get a clearer picture. This procedure may also be done prior to a colonoscopy (colon examination) or other medical examination.

  • The purpose of a cleansing enema is to gently flush out stool from the colon. Constipation, fatigue, headaches, and backaches may be relieved by a cleansing enema. During a cleansing enema, a water-based solution with a small concentration of stool softener, castile soap, iodized salt, mineral oil, or sodium butyrate or baking soda, or apple cider vinegar is added into water, and is used to stimulate the movement of stool in your bowel. Too much soap or salt can irritate your bowels. If possible, ask your physician how much is safe for you to use. A cleansing enema should stimulate the bowels to quickly expel both the solution and any impacted fecal matter.

  • A retention enema also stimulates the bowels, but the solution that is used is intended to be “held” in the bowel for 15 minutes or more.

  • Preparing for an enema.

  • You may be asked to fast or follow special dietary instructions in the days prior to having an enema. Instructions may vary, depending on your doctor and your personal health needs.

  • If you plan to administer an enema at home, make sure that all of the equipment you are using has been sterilized and that you have a lubricant on hand. Pay careful attention to the way that you prepare the enema solution. You may have to mix it yourself with medicinal components.

  • To lessen the pressure felt in your colon, empty your bladder before you begin the enema. You may also want to place a towel or cloth down in the area between your bathtub and your toilet, in case fluid leaks out of your bowels when you get up to empty your colon. It’s important to measure and mark your enema tube the first time you use it so that you do not insert the tube more than 4 inches into your rectum.

  • How an enema is administered

    At a medical office;

  • If you are unfamiliar with enemas, you should consider having a medical professional administer one for you. They can also offer instructions for home kits that are available over the counter at pharmacies. Check with your doctor before use
  • At Home;

  • Enemas can be administered in the comfort of your own home. This way can be less expensive, but you should ask your physician for detailed instructions beforehand. Due to the delicate nature of the procedure, a loved one should help.

  • Home enema kits can be purchased at many stores that sell home health products. These kits contain everything you need to administer your own enema, including the bag, tubing, and cleansing solution. Rather than make an entire enema kit at home, these can be used right out of the box.

  • Enemas utilize a solution of salt water that is placed into a bag on one side of the tube. The other portion is lubed and placed directly into the rectum. In order for the solution to reach the colon properly, hug your knees to your chest while lying on your stomach or on your side. Here are the standard instructions:
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