Enemeez Mini Regular and Enemeez Plus stool softeners are new Enemeez products that are direct replacements for the discontinued Therevac products. Mini Enemeez contain the same active and inactive ingredients. Enemeez however does offer one advantage over Therevac. It is easier to use. Rather than having to cut open the applicator, it has a simple twist off top. Enemeez also ships in a plastic jar which is less prone to breakage than the glass jar which the Therevac Enemas were contained in. The Enemeez Mini Plus is exactly the same as the Regular except that it contains 20 mg Benzocaine, which is a topical pain reliever to prevent hyperreflexia crisis or painful bowel movement. Enemeez is manufactured by Alliance Labs
The following was adapted from the manufacturer's requirements.
When To Use Enemeez
Enemeez Mini Enemas are employed for the relief of constipation due to infrequent or difficult bowel movements. Enemeez penetrates and softens the stool, thereby promoting bowel movement and Colon Care. This product is indicated for dyschezia, lesions of the anus that make defecation painful, impaction associated with megacolon, anal fissure, and postoperative atresia. Enemeez Enemas have been employed successfully in bedridden patients and those patients with decreased mobility in a patient group from child to adult. Enemeez Enemas have also been used with acute rehabilitation patients with such diagnoses as spinal cord injuries, cerebral vascular accidents, fractures, joint replacements, and closed head injuries. In bowel management programs, Enemeez help establish a more predictable bowel routine along with reducing the likelihood of bowel accidents and incontinence.
Discontinue use if resistance is encountered. Forcing the Enema may result in injury or damage to the rectum. If the enema is not administered properly and occasional rectal examinations are not performed, serious complications can arise. Occasional rectal exams are imperative for patients with impaired rectal function, especially loss of sensation.
Individuals with sensitivity to Benzocate should not use Enemeez Plus. If rectal irritation or a rash around the anus appears, product should be discontinued. Prolonged administration with mineral oil should be discontinued.
Do not use laxative products when abdominal pain, nausea or vomiting are present nor for a period longer than one week unless directed by a doctor. If you have noticed a sudden change in bowel habits while using Enemeez that persists over a period of two weeks, consult a doctor before using a laxative. Rectal bleeding or failure to have a bowel movement after use of a laxative may indicate a serious condition, and you should discontinue use of the product and consult your doctor.
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- Occassionally one or two of the tube tops are open and spill onto the other tubes, but this may happen during shipping