Features of Magic Bullet Suppository
- Acts quickly
- For use rectally as a laxative
- Magic Bullet Suppository consists of bisacodyl 10mg as an active ingredient
- Does not use oil base like other suppositories
- Stimulates the bowel as the base is water soluble (polyethel glycol) and causes bisacodyl to disperse within minutes of insertion
- The sooner the stimulation begins, the sooner the movement is completed meaning less time on the bowel program
Who should use these?
Magic Bullet Suppository is used by individuals with:
- Multiple sclerosis
- Traumatic brain injury
- Spina bifida
- Long-term care
- Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)or disease
- Stroke where damage occurs to the nerves that allow a person to control bowel movements
- Additionally, any persons suffering from constipation associated with oncology or opioid treatment
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How to use?
- Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water.
- Remove the suppository from its packaging and examine it to make sure that it is not damaged or broken.
- Lie down on your left side, with your right knee bent and pulled up towards your chest.
- Gently insert the pointed end of the suppository into your rectum, about 1 inch in.
- Slowly push the suppository as far as it will go into the rectum, making sure that it is not too uncomfortable.
- Hold the suppository in place for a few minutes, if possible, to allow it to dissolve.
- After a few minutes, you may get up and go about your normal activities.
- Drink plenty of water to help move the suppository through your system.
- Wait for the suppository to take effect, which usually occurs in as little as 15 minutes.
- Do not use Magic Bullet without consulting your doctor if you have:
- Stomach or intestinal problems
- Recent abdominal surgery
- Rectal bleeding
- Vitamin/mineral deficiencies
- Allergy to Bisacodyl
- Magic Bullet may be harmful if swallowed. Do not take it orally.
- Tell your doctor about all prescription and nonprescription medications you may use.
- Makes sure to drink enough fluids while using Magic Bullet.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How does the Magic Bullet Suppository work?
It works by stimulating the muscles in the rectum and promoting bowel movements. The active ingredients in the suppository dissolve in the rectum and release their effects to provide fast and effective relief from constipation.
2. Can it be used by children?
The use of the Magic Bullet Suppository by children should be under the guidance of a healthcare provider. Children's dosages and usage instructions may vary based on their age, weight, and other factors. For adults and children over the age of 12, - the dosage is 10 mg, one suppository, in a single daily dose. Children 6-12 - Dosage is 5 mg, one-half suppository, in a single daily dose. Children under 6 - consult a doctor.
3. Are there any side effects of using this suppository for constipation?
The Magic Bullet Suppository may cause side effects, such as abdominal cramping, bloating, nausea, and diarrhea. If you experience any adverse reactions or side effects while using the suppository, it is important to stop using it and consult a healthcare provider.
4. How long does it take for the Magic Bullet Suppository to work?
The Magic Bullet Suppository usually takes effect within 15 to 60 minutes of use.
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