Has anyone had any experiences with getting medicated suppositories as treatment for an ongoing illness, as a child ?I mean not one-off suppositories, but more like suppository treatment prescribed every x hours for some days.I remember I got that when I had pneumonia (don't remember how old I must have been, maybe 8 - 9 years old), as home treatment. I don't remember how frequent the suppositories were meant to be administered but I remember it had become a habit, a routine if you will for those several days. And the interesting part is this: normally I would make a whole lotta fuss when it came to one-off suppositories but this time, as it had become a habit and I slowly adjusted to the idea, I don't remember making a fuss at all. Probably I came to accept the idea (or I had grown older). I remember only one instance of the "treatment", one evening my mom glanced at me smiling out of the doorway of our kitchen, and told me "it's time for your suppository, isn't it darling?". It was my queue to direct myself to her bedroom, with no fuss. I would lie down on my stomach on her big bed, with my legs dangling off at the edge. She would come a few moments later, push my pants and underwear down and insert it, after moistening the bullet with some soap, because there was no lubricant back then, and nobody had a clue that was even something that helped. But my dad, after many wailing cries of mine in the past, and probably spurred by the ordeal of having a whole suppository treatment every several hours to be received by me, told her it's wiser to moisten suppository with the soap so it slides in more easily. And so she did, and even though I don't particularly remember the burn, I do remember waiting for her to unwrap the foil, while I was face down with my bottom exposed on her bed waiting for the inevitable . . .Did anybody else experience getting suppositories as a child as part of an ongoing treatment (like having a suppository every several hours or so) ?Just curious if it was only me that got used to the idea (maybe that was even the time I started liking it but not fully aware of it, not sure), or if it's a normal effect, like with anything else, we get used to anything.