How to Use

How to Use ENEMEEZ Video

Thank you for using ENEMEEZ® as your choice for constipation or your bowel care needs.  The ENEMEEZ® formulation is safe and effective.  ENEMEEZ® is administered in a compact application tube, making an evacuation a simple and quick process.

Please note, ENEMEEZ® is to be used rectally as an enema, it is not a suppository.

To begin, twist off and remove tip from applicator tube

Clear stool from the rectal opening, as you do not want to insert tube directly into feces.

To ensure a smooth rectal insertion, place a few drops of the tube's liquid contents onto the shaft prior to insertion, also for your comfort, apply liquid contents or lubricant to the anus before inserting the mini-enema tube.

Discontinue use if resistance is encountered during insertion. Forcing the tube may result in injury or damage to the rectum.

For best results lay on your left side with knees bent prior to application, transferring to the toilet.  Other suggested positions include sitting on a toilet or kneeling while lowering the head and bowing the chest forward.

With steady pressure, gently insert the tube into the rectum with care.  Insert up to the shoulder of the tube only. Squeeze to empty the liquid content.  Keep the tube squeezed until it is removed from the rectum.  After the content has been emptied, remove the disposable tube and discard.

A fast, predictable result typically occurs in 2-15 minutes.

If no evacuation occurs after 15 minutes, perform digital stimulation to assist in bringing the stool down. Due to severe constipation associated with a new spinal cord injury and/or patients that are experiencing a bowel program that has failed them, additional oral medications and/or administration of additional ENEMEEZ® may be needed initially. This process can be repeated safely up to 3 times during a bowel care session or per day.