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    suppositories

    I came across a new suppositories product in a magazine article, it is called CEO-TWO laxative suppositories, wondering if anybody has used this product, and it's realiability of it. I use dulcolax right now, and want to know if this product is any better..

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    Here are a few threads where CEO-TWO suppositories have been discussed:
    http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?t=118614
    http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?t=121104
    http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?t=123016
    http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?t=123016

    If you do a search on Care Cure Community, you will find quite a few more discussions.

    All the best,
    GJ

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    gjnl... thanks for those threads they were helpful...

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    I have worked with people who use the Ceo-Two suppository since 1975...they are not new. They work by releasing carbon dioxide gas, which stretches the rectum and causes peristalsis. I have never found them very effective. If generic bisacodyl suppositories or brand name Dulcolax do not work well for you, I would recommend instead trying either the Magic Bullet bisacodyl, or the Enemeez "mini-enema".

    (KLD)

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    KLD... thank you for that info. Dulcolax works but I am looking for something less expensive but that is as effective. I'm trying to stop being dependent on the suppositories but if I dont use them , all I get is blotted and have gas problems. I do my BP every other day.

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    You can certainly give them a try...

    (KLD)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jorge m. View Post
    KLD... thank you for that info. Dulcolax works but I am looking for something less expensive but that is as effective. I'm trying to stop being dependent on the suppositories but if I dont use them , all I get is bloated and have gas problems. I do my BP every other day.
    What do you mean by bloated? Are you able to go, or do you get constipated too?

    I had to give up suppositories, and now I go twice a day without them (w/o anything). It took about a year to figure out my new routine, and realize I had to go more often than every other day. I am very happy I did this (faster bc, and no more sweating/pain), and I encourage you to keep trying if it seems like it might work. Remember to keep pushing water and fiber, although the fiber often makes me feel bloated too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jorge m. View Post
    KLD... thank you for that info. Dulcolax works but I am looking for something less expensive but that is as effective. I'm trying to stop being dependent on the suppositories but if I dont use them , all I get is blotted and have gas problems. I do my BP every other day.

    Magic Bullet ones work quicker and are over half the price. About 55-60 dollars for a box of 100.

    http://www.sportaid.com/the-magic-bu...ositories.html
    Last edited by TheDuder; 03-01-2012 at 06:04 PM. Reason: .

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    KLD...used the C02 and didn't work for me....nothing happen! Went back to the dulcolax and it worked fine.

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    Dnvr Dave...I just feel uncomfortable from not having a bp, not constipated but can go only if I use a suppository. Very interested on how you got off the suppositories?
    @ Duder.... heard their is mucus accidents that comes after the BP during the day..from using the magic bullet..

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