Performing an enema at the client's home
Suffering from constipation, bloating and abdominal pain?
MedicalService offers you to save a lot of pain and time and make you relieved by the service of a nurse who comes to your home and performs an enema for you at home in the natural environment with maximum comfort.
Constipation is the most common digestive complaint in the Western world. It is a symptom and not a disease. Despite its prevalence, it is usually not detected until the patient develops complications, such as a disease of the colon section.
Making an enema can help you and give you a sense of comfort and relief. Save yourself time in the emergency room. Your time and pain are not worth it. Constipation, enema at home Signs and symptoms of constipation According to constipation criteria, a patient must experience at least two of the following symptoms during the 3 months prior to it:
• Less than 3 departures per week
• Strives while leaving
• Hard stools
• Feeling of blockage in the anus
• A feeling of imperfect defecation
Manual maneuvering is required to defecate
A patient with constipation may have no symptoms or may complain of 1 or more of the following:
• Swelling in the abdomen
• Pain in defecation
• Rectal bleeding (anus)
• Fake diarrhea
• Lower back pain
The following signs and symptoms, if any, are a cause for special concern:
• Rectal bleeding
• Abdominal pain (suggestive of irritable bowel syndrome with constipation)
• Inability to move the gases
Reasons for chronic constipation
Nutritional issues that can cause constipation are: lack of adequate water intake; Lack of adequate fiber intake; Overuse of coffee, tea, or alcohol; Ignoring the urge to defecate. Low levels of exercise may play a role as well.
Structural causes of secondary constipation include cracks in the anus, congested hemorrhoids, limitations in the colon, tumors and intestinal torsion.
Systemic diseases that can cause constipation include:
• Endocrinology and metabolic disorder, hypercalcemia, hyperparathyroidism, hypokalemia, hypothyroidism, pregnancy and diabetes (constipation is the most common digestive problem affecting the diabetic population)
• Neurological disorders - stroke, Hirschsprung's disease, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, autonomic diabetic neuropathy, spinal cord injury, head injury and stroke.
• Disorders of scleroderma tissue connection, amyloidosis, and mixed tissue connection diseases.
Treatment for chronic constipation
Primary treatment for constipation includes enemas. Enema treatment for constipation is an urgent condition that requires the removal of waste that accumulates in the intestine. Among the solutions is an enema at home by a professional or an emergency room with a stay of at least 4-5 hours at best.
The key to treating most patients with constipation is to correct nutritional deficiencies, which usually involve increasing fiber and fluid intake, and reduce the use of constipation agents (e.g., dairy products, coffee, tea, alcohol).
Surgical treatment is usually limited to an assessment of the underlying causes, or a solution to an acute complication of constipation.
The key to treating most patients with constipation is correcting nutritional deficiencies. Although there is controversy about the effectiveness of exercise in treating constipation, aerobic exercise should be encouraged as much as possible. Even brisk walking may help stimulate bowel motility, and is certainly unlikely to hurt most patients.
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