Fleet Saline Enema Laxative Description
- New & Improved
- Fast Relief in Minutes
- #1 Doctor Recommended Enema Brand
- Sodium Phosphates with Gentle Glide Tip
- Designed for Comfort
- Latex Free
Complete enema in a disposable squeeze bottle with soft, pre-lubricated Comfortip®
Protective shield prevents contamination.
Pre-lubricated Comfortip® for ease of insertion.
One-way safety valve controls flow and prevents reflux.
Easy Squeeze® bottle.
For relief of occasional constipation.
Fleet® Enemas are Latex-Free.
How to use:
Remove green wrapper with Fleet® emblem and orange protective shield from enema Comfortip before inserting. With steady pressure, gently insert enema tip into rectum with a slight side-to-side movement, with tip pointing toward navel. Insertion may be easier if person receiving enema bears down, as if having a bowel movement. This helps relax the muscles around the anus.
Do not force the enema tip into rectum as this can cause injury.
Squeeze bottle until nearly all liquid is gone. It is not necessary to empty the bottle completely, as it contains more liquid than needed.
Remove Comfortip from rectum and maintain position until urge to evacuate is strong (usually 2 to 5 minutes)
Positions for using this enema: Left-side position: Lie on left side with knee bent, and arms resting comfortably. Knee-chest position: Kneel, then lower head and chest forward until left side of face is resting on surface with left arm folded comfortably.
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|Monobasic sodium phosphate (Saline laxative)||19 g|
|Dibasic sodium phosphate (Saline laxative)||7 g|
For rectal use only.
Dosage warning: Using more than one enema in 24 hours can be harmful.
Ask a doctor before using this product if you are on a sodium-restricted diet; have kidney disease; are 65 or older and under a doctor's care for any medical condition.
Ask a doctor before using any laxative if you have abdominal pain, nausea, or vomiting; a sudden change in bowel habits lasting more than 2 weeks; already used a laxative for more than 1 week.
Stop use and ask a doctor if you have rectal bleeding; no bowel movement within 30 minutes of enema use; symptoms of dehydration [feeling thirsty, dizziness; vomiting, urinating less often than normal]. These symptoms may indicate a serious condition.
If pregnant or breast-feeding, ask a health professional before use.
If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.