Saw this in a German video. Has anyone ever tried it?
The American equivalent is Microlax.
Here is the video on YouTube
and, no, I never saw this before. Just good searching.
They look like any of a number of "micro-enemas", including Index, Docusol, Micralax, Theravac and Fleet Liquid Glycerin Applicators.
The ingredients vary somewhat, but all are effectively liquid suppositories.
No matter what the claim, all essentially irritate the recipient's bowel causing an urge to poo. All 'burn' and do little to soften.
I used to use Enemeez micro enemas , there are two versions available in the US 1 is just Docusate sodium liquid
2 has Docusate sodium mixed with an Topical anesthetic ( like lidocaine ) its small tube , you twist off the top hold it verticaly give a gentle squeeze so it self lubricates insert gice a strong squeeze ,its very effective for a mucro enema ,intensity to move your bowels will build ober time .a jar of 100 off then is available many places on the internet , they are a little pricey unless you travel alot and want a small dedicated solution in your " go kit" all the time , they take very little space ( i used to keep one in every pair of sox !
For a small-volume enema I have found the Fleet Bisacodyl Enema (a mini-enema) to be the effective solution.
I use it mostly as a pre-enema to increase the "kick" of an Epsom Salt and Soapsuds enema.
I generally try to take it 10-15 minutes before the main 3-qt enema.
@LisaK fleet is hide compared to what we are talking smaller than a casitile soap packet from a hospital siapsuds enema / or a single serve ketchup packet .
And save yourself some money buy generic bisacodyl tablet e onomy bottle ,crish the tablet add a little pinch of baking soda to neutralise the coating to prevent stomacj irritation add water and use , two tavlets crushed is what the expensive small enemas use ,so save a bottle from your last one to reuse in the future of making your own .
I have used Microlax enemas and found them to be convenient and reasonably effective. They work at least as well as a bisacodyl suppository for me. I purchased my first one at a pharmacy when I was in Copenhagan on vacation and was badly backed up. It worked in under five minutes and the problem was solved - temporarily at least. Since then, I buy and use them during travel. I have found them to be available in Sweden, France, Australia and the UK.
I also really like the 1.25 ounce Fleet bisacodyl enemas. They are not available in brick and mortar pharmacies anymore, but you can easilly buy them online. They contain the same amount of bisacodyl as a Dulcolax suppository, but they act much faster - usually in about 10 minutes. It won't clean you out like a large volume water enema, but they are great when you just want to rapidly empty the last foot or two of the colon without making a big mess. I take them with me when I travel. I had one just this morning and it did exactly what it was supposed to do.
I have purchased the Microlax enema when travelling in Europe. They are effective. In Asia, primarily Japan, they offer 15ml to 40ml mini glycerin enemas. They produce very strong quick action. I used to bring a box of 10 home with me.
@Jimmy_1 The mini glycerin enemas you used in Asia, are those called "figs"?
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