Things To Know About Suppositories, From A Longtime User

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They don’t always work

Unfortunately, suppositories do not always produce a bowel movement. In my experience, if I’ve eaten a lot of my problematic foods recently (like fried or spicy foods) I just have to wait for my gut to work things out on its own, eat a milder diet, and have some tea. But it’s okay if it doesn’t produce a bowel movement, so long as the suppository itself comes back out.

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