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Fleet Enema Child 225 Oz

SAR 9.75
In stock

It is useful as laxatives in the relief of occasional constipation .

What fleet enema is used for:

  • They can be used as laxatives to relieve occasional constipation and as a component of a colon cleansing
  • program to get the colon ready for an endoscopy, x-ray, or surgery.
  • When taken as prescribed, it induces the full emptying of the left colon, generally in 1 to 5 minutes, without
  • pain or spasm, and offers a comprehensive yet safe cleaning effect.

Do not take fleet enema if:

  • Heart failure with congestion
  • renal function deficit that is clinically substantial
  • suspected or confirmed gastric blockage
  • Megacolon (acquired or congenital)
  • Ileus paralysis
  • Breach
  • Inflammatory bowel disease that is active
  • Perforated anus
  • Lack of water
  • Generally speaking, whether there is a drop in elimination capacity or an increase in absorption capacity
  • Youngsters younger than two years old
  • Intolerance to the active components

Warnings and Precautions of fleet enema :

  • Use cautiously if you have: Reduced kidney function
  • using drugs that have been shown to impact renal function or perfusion or hydration levels
  • who are using diuretics or other drugs that might alter electrolyte levels, or who have a history of electrolyte
  • imbalances
  • You are using drugs that are known to cause the QT interval to lengthen. Ascites
  • You had a colostomy.


Side Effects of fleet enema :

  • Dehydration
  • Diarrhea
  • Nausea/vomiting

Other medicines and fleet enema :

  • Inform your physician or pharmacist about all the medications you use, including over-the-counter and
  • prescription drugs, herbal supplements, and vitamins.
  • It is not recommended to provide any other sodium phosphate preparations, such as oral solution or pills, concurrently.
  • Inadequate oral fluid intake, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, or the use of diuretics (furosemide),
  • angiotensin receptor blockers (irbesartan, valsartan, candesartan), non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
  • (ibuprofen, diclofenac), lithium, or other medications that may affect electrolyte levels may exacerbate
  • electrolyte disturbances and hypovolemia from purgation and increase the risk of metabolic acidosis, tetany,
  • renal failure, QT prolongation, and, in more severe cases, multi-organ failure, cardiac arrhythmia/arrest,
  • and death.
  • Lithium: stay away from combinations as they may lessen its efficacy.

How to take fleet enema :

  • Adults and toddlers older than two should take one enema each day.
  • How to Apply:
  • Before entering, remove the orange protection shield from the enema.
  • Gently slide the enema tip, tip pointing toward the navel, into the rectum while applying constant pressure
  • and a small side-to-side movement.
  • If the patient bears down, as though having a bowel movement, the insertion could go more smoothly.
  • This aids in the anus surrounding muscle relaxation.
  • Restart if inserting the tip is difficult. It might be harmful to force the tip into the rectum (particularly if you
  • have hemorrhoids).
  • Obtain emergency medical attention if the enema tip produces rectal bleeding or discomfort.
  • Squeeze the bottle until almost no liquid remains. Since there is more liquid in the bottle than is required, it
  • is not essential to drain it all.
  • Remove from the rectum and hold in place for as long as there is a strong need to eject (typically one to five
  • minutes).
  • Using positions for this enema
  • Position on the left side: Lay on your left side with your knee bent and your arms comfortably rested.
  • Kneel, then move your head and chest forward until your left side of your face is resting on the ground, your
  • left arm comfortably folded. This is the knee-chest posture.
  • Try to empty your bowel if, after five minutes, you don't feel the desire.
  • If, after 30 minutes, no liquid comes out of the rectum, call a doctor right once as dehydration may set in.
  • The diaphragm at the nozzle's base ensures a regulated flow of enema fluid and avoids reflux.
  • It is best to use an enema at room temperature.


  • Dibasic sodium phosphate/monobasic sodium phosphatedihydrate.

storage conditions of fleet enema :

  • Store at room temprature.
  • Don’t refrigerate.
  • Keep this medicine out of reach of children.
  • Store in the original package to protect from moisture.
  • Do not use this medicine after the expiry date. which is stated on the box.
  • The expiry date refers to the last day of the month.


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