Constipation? You are not alone!
Constipation is a very common gastrointestinal condition, affecting about 42 million Americans, or 15% of the population. Constipation is a growing issue in America. Situations that place people at risk for acute constipation include imposed immobility, a change in toileting habits, dietary changes (whether self-imposed by dieting or for medical reasons), medications and stress. The most common predisposing factors for chronic constipation include advanced age, being female, poor fluid and dietary intake, cognitive or functional impairment and ongoing privacy issues, Opioids are among the major medications that predispose patients to constipation.
(Levy, 1991; McMillan & Williams, 1989; Sykes, 1996).
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- Fast, predictable results typically in 2-15 minutes
- Flexible tip for ease of use at home.
- Non-irritating formula.
- Easy rectal usage for patients with reflux issues or nausea.
- Affordably priced, conveniently packaged in 5 count box.
- DocuSol® is covered in many states by Medicaid and Private Insurance
The DocuSol® mini-enema delivers 283mg of docusate sodium and functions as a stool softener hyper-osmotic laxative by drawing water into the bowel from surrounding body tissues, softening the stool and promoting a bowel movement.
DocuSol® Plus contains an additional 20mg of benzocaine, assisting in the anesthetization of the rectum and lower bowel. The formulation was developed for patients who experience hemorrhoids, fissures, or painful bowel movements.
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