Adding enemas to laxatives no help for constipation

10/18/2009 | Modern Medicine

Researchers in the Netherlands reported there was no additional benefit in giving regular enemas to children taking oral laxatives for chronic, severe constipation. Study data showed children in a control group and those given enemas had similar success rates in normalization of defection and both also showed a reduction in fecal incontinence episodes.

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