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Magic Bullet Suppository

  • Compare to Dulcolax, Theravac/Enemeez and Ceo-Two
  • Water based (not oil based)
  • 10mg bisacodyl suppository
  • Works within minutes
  • According to customer reviews, Magic Bullet Suppositories are effective up to one year past the expiration date

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Magic Bullet Suppository

The Magic Bullet Suppository by Concepts in Confidence


Allegro Medical presents the one of a kind Magic Bullet Suppository designed to aid with chronic constipation and bowel impaction.

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Who uses the Magic Bullet Suppository?
The typical user of the Magic Bullet Suppository is an individual with a Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)or disease, multiple sclerosis, traumatic brain injury, spina bifida, long-term care, or stroke where damage occured to the nerves that allow a person to control bowel movements. Additionally, any persons suffering from constipation associated with oncology or opioid treatment. Magic Bullet Suppositories are incorporated into Bowel Management programs for individuals with neurogenic bowels to help prevent unplanned bowel movements and other bowel problems such as constipation, diarrhea and impaction. The Magic Bullet Suppository® is recommended by most major rehab centers.

What ingredients are in the Magic Bullet Suppository?

  • 10mg. of bisacodyl
  • Polyethylene Glycol base which is water-soluble

Why use the Magic Bullet Suppository vs. Dulcolax, Theravac/Enemeez, CEO-TWO, Fleets and hydrogenated vegetable oil based bisacodyl (HVB) suppositories?
Dulcolax and the other Bisacodyl suppositories have the same active ingredient (10mg Bisacodyl) as The Magic Bullet. The base, or carrier of the active ingredient in the suppository is what differentiates the Magic Bullet from all of the rest. The Magic Bullet uses a Polyethylene Glycol base which is water-soluble. This base allows the Bisacodyl to be activated by the body’s own moisture shortly after insertion. The Dulcolax and other Bisacodyl suppositories use a vegetable oil base. This type of base takes longer to work because it needs time to be melted by the body's heat. Bisacodyl suppositories with a vegetable oil base often require a prolonged period to produce defecation and can cause continued mucosal irritation with resultant mucus accidents (anal leakage) hours after the Bowel Program (BP).

Clinical Studies have shown that The Magic Bullet proves to be just as effective as Mini enemas like Therevac and Enemeez in bowel program time plus it's easier to use as it requires less hand dexterity.

The Magic Bullet uses stimulation of the bowel wall to cause peristalsis to push out the stool. CeoTwo on the other hand produces a gas inside the bowel which relaxes the bowel, causing the movement.

The Magic Bullet is far less costly than its competition. Less than half the price of Dulcolax, and less than a quarter the price of mini enemas.

Finally, it is concluded that the replacement of hydrogenated vegetable oil based bisacodyl (HVB) suppositories with Polyethylene Glycol base suppository, such as The Magic Bullet, will reduce bowel care time by 50%(J Spinal CordMed1997;20:227 229).

How should the Magic Bullet be inserted?
Remove the suppository from the outer white wrapper. You should use a water-soluble lubricant such as KY or Surgilube to ease insertion and insure ease of entry. Vaseline (Petroleum Jelly) should NEVER be used as it is barrier between the active ingredient and the bowel. Remove the suppository from the outer white wrapper. You should use a water-soluble lubricant such as KY or Surgilube to ease insertion and insure ease of entry. Vaseline (Petroleum Jelly) should NEVER be used as it is barrier between the active ingredient and the bowel.

IMPORTANT PLEASE READ

  • Magic Bullets only need to be refrigerated if the household temperature goes above 76 degrees. It is not recommended that they ever be frozen. Freezing can destroy the effectiveness of the active ingredient rendering the Magic Bullet useless.
  • How long can the Magic Bullet sit in my house before they go bad? Although they will last longer than the expiration date, at this time, The Magic Bullet has 6 month expiration date (shelf life).


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MB-10 PACK - Pack of 10 - $8.95 ($0.90 per unit)

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Magic Bullet Suppository Reviews Summary

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164 reviews
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156 out of 159 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Functional (57)
Easy To Install (38)
Safe (33)
Lightweight (21)
Sturdy (13)
Top Cons

Slippery (4)
None (4)
Hard to Open (2)
Difficult to open (2)
None yet (1)
Top Best Uses

Disabled (81)
Elderly (16)
Residential (9)
Children (5)
quad (1)
1-5 of 164 reviews
1 2 3
Great product for bowel program

Pros:
Safe. easy to use. Effective. Effective.
Cons:
None.
Best Uses:
Disabled.
Describe Yourself:
Disabled: Quad.

I use this product for when I do the bowel program.

by from Kissimmee, FL
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
4 out of 7 found this review helpful
Excellent results

Pros:
easy to use. easy to use.
Cons:
none that I've had.
Describe Yourself:
wheelchair bound. Practical.

I've have MS. This is great product for care givers to help with bowel issues!

by from Corfu, NY
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
it works ASAP

Pros:
Safe. Functional.
Best Uses:
Disabled. Children. Residential. son is quadriplegia CP Ga.
Describe Yourself:
caregiver. caring mom.

This is water based where my son used the Ducolax at pharmacy and it is vegetable oil base that did not work good. With the Magic bullet it works in 5 minutes and my son hasn't needed as many fleets and this is less time consuming and less hospitalization. Pharmacy at home knows nothing about this or supply it .....Iowa City recommend this for my son who has gastroparesis and spastic sphincter of rectum is CP and w/c bound........I order 100 from here Allegro and it is Magic!!!!

by from Iowa
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
Most consistent suppository I've found

Pros:
consistent results. water based = faster. melts quickly.
Cons:
hard to open packages.
Best Uses:
quad.
Describe Yourself:
Disabled: Quad.

It's really too bad Medicaid won't pay for these because I literally cannot use the bisacodyl oil-based suppositories they do pay for. A note to any other quads or people with limited hand function- my OT suggested having my caregiver open several of the suppositories, put them into a container I can open, and pop the container in the fridge. One more shred of independence for us.

by from CO
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
23 out of 34 found this review helpful
Lightening fast shipping

Pros:
Sturdy. Lightweight. Safe. Functional. Easy To Install.
Best Uses:
Disabled.
Describe Yourself:
wheelchair bound.

No

by from Long Beach, CA
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
6 out of 7 found this review helpful
1-5 of 164 reviews
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How often do you use this product is it daily, every other day? I want to start using it for my son who is 8
Asked on May 7, 2015 11:22:33 AM by mrs. W from San Diego
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With a child you might cut in half. Was he recently injured? If so, how often did he go before? Try to match that routine. If his stool has white goo, or bile in it, or expels later, slow down, add a day to the routine. You might also look at Magic Cleanse.
Answered on May 24, 2015 12:52:47 PM by TCG from Heber City, Utah!
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We use it every other day to every third day. We also use only half at a time. my daughter is 9.
Answered on May 27, 2015 2:30:49 PM by dr steve from illinois
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what is te difference between the Bullett ansd a fleet saline enema?
Asked on Oct 30, 2014 5:05:21 PM by Mary from Massachusetts
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I would say the suppository is meant to be used as part of a bowel program for regular bowel maintenance. A fleet saline enema would be more appropriate for occasional constipation not addressed by a regular regimen, not regularly.
Answered on May 11, 2015 10:28:42 PM by JS, L1 SCI from CA
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Has anyone experienced leakage after using the Magic Bullet? My daughter has CP, & we use the Magic Bullet for her bowel needs. They worked perfectly for about 6 months but now she's having leakage about 6-8 hours after she has the BM. Any advice or tips?
Asked on Nov 3, 2013 11:02:47 AM by Mom from NY
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Unfortunately not all of the suppository may come out right away after a bowel movement, but it eventually does after sitting upright a while. After all BMs are over, sit upright a while then manually stimulate to get it out.
Answered on Feb 10, 2014 6:17:40 PM by David from PA
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I am a quadriplegic so my needs are a little different than your daughters but I have never experienced any drainage after finishing my bowel program.
Answered on Feb 11, 2014 9:32:35 AM by Jack from outside Columbus Ohio
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Can she push? If so make sure she is pushing at the end of the BM. Sometimes there is a little more that will fall out later if you don't do that.
Answered on Feb 11, 2014 11:30:25 AM by Chicago from Chicago
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Are you giving her enough time to empty her bowels. I use it with my son that has a SCI, and he seats in the shower chair over the toilet for 1hr. For my 90yrs old Dad with Alzheimer's we do the bowel program on the bed and do wait 1hr too, no problem with leakage. Good luck
Answered on Apr 22, 2014 9:31:22 PM by MI from Miami
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My son who is a C-5 quad, uses only half a magic bullet. It gets the job done and since we have been doing that, along with giving him enough time, it cut down on the surprises.
Answered on Jun 4, 2014 2:57:27 PM by teri from so cal
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Leakage may indicate a fecal impaction I recommend calling the physician for evaluation.
Answered on May 11, 2015 10:31:25 PM by JS L1 SCI from CA
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I use only half now, and check to see if there is a bowel movement right there before inserting. We only had two midnight bm's after an evening MB.
Answered on May 27, 2015 2:34:12 PM by dr steve from illinois
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Is this product safe for dialysis patients?
Asked on Sep 11, 2013 10:49:21 AM by Lucy from Kentucky
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you probably should consult with a physician
Answered on Feb 11, 2014 9:34:45 AM by Jack from outside Columbus Ohio
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Why does it expire? Is it safe to use beyond expiration?
Asked on May 13, 2012 10:29:51 AM by C5 Quad from San Jose
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I don't know why they expire. However,I have used them up to three months after exp date
Answered on Jan 7, 2013 10:53:51 AM by Rooster, c-5 quad from Manch. NH
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I've actually called the maker of the Magic Bullet (Concepts in Confidence), and asked the same question. They told me the Magic Bullets are good for a full year after the expiration date. They are mandated to put expiration dates on their products that fall within a specified period, but the actual useful life of the product goes well past that date. I've used the product for almost a year past the date on the package (due to an extended rehab stay I had in a hospital, I had almost a full box of the Magic Bullets at home when I got back home), and they worked just as well as newly-bought ones did. So don't worry about the expiration date; it doesn't mean much.
Answered on Nov 21, 2013 1:25:42 PM by Stosh from Honey Brook, PA
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Is the active ingredient bisacodyl if so how much is in each suppository?
Asked on Jan 11, 2012 5:25:44 PM by quad66 from colorado
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10 mg
Answered on Dec 18, 2012 7:14:36 AM by swiss from maryland
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Yes, it's 10 mg of bisacodyl, just like other over-the-counter suppositories.
Answered on Dec 21, 2012 9:48:25 PM by althegrrl from Berkeley, CA
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Yes the active ingredient is biscodyl. There is not an percentage shown on the product. Each suppository is 10mg
Answered on Dec 21, 2012 10:16:30 PM by Mike from Richmond KY
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I just use a half unless I feel really impacted. Then I just push it in as the rectum as far as you can.
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 3:29:53 PM by ALWAYSLOOKUP from California
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From website: The Magic Bullet 10mg bisacodyl suppository - Different, faster acting, safe and sure! To see the difference between the Magic Bullet Suppository and others, compare this suppository to Dulcolax, other bisacodyls, Theravac/Enemeez, and Ceo-Two. The Magic Bullet Suppository is designed to help minimize the cost and excessive time involved in most bowel programs. Magic Bullet Suppositories do not use an oil base (hydrogenated vegetable oil) as does Dulcolax and other bisacodyls, where the oil base has to melt before the bisacodyl can stimulate the bowel to contract and push out the stool.
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 4:20:42 PM by karlee from georgia
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yes 10mg for each suppository. The diffence between Magic bullets and other suppositories is they are water based. Work fast. Not oil based like others.
Answered on Jan 6, 2013 10:50:21 PM by Base from Bloomington. CA
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The Magic Bullets have the same ingredient in them as the over-the counter suppositories do. The main difference is how the suppository is made. The over-the-counter suppositories are oil-based, but the Magic Bullets are water-based. For me, the oil-based ones don't work well at all. But the water-based ones work, well, like "magic". Go to the Concepts in Confidence website to learn more about the difference between their product and the other over-the-counter ones.
Answered on Nov 21, 2013 1:31:42 PM by Stosh from Honey Brook, PA
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Need to get rid of plug from magic bullet instead of having a slimmy substance coming out later. Would appreciate any suggestions!
Asked on Jan 5, 2012 3:18:47 PM by Shell from Omaha,NE
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Yes, active ingredient is Bisacodyl 10mg.
Answered on Dec 17, 2012 7:49:54 PM by Damitched from Robesonia, pa
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The slimy substance is not likely to be the suppository. It's probably mucus that lines the intestinal tract. I get this when I'm not eating enough whole grains, vegetables, and fruit.
Answered on Dec 21, 2012 9:58:29 PM by althegrrl from Berkeley, CA
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If you are getting a substance coming out after you have finished your bowel program, then you have not completely finished. The suppository will evacuate itself upon completion. You are probably rushing, try to do a digital stimulation and see it that takes care of the problem.
Answered on Dec 21, 2012 10:21:20 PM by Mike from Richmond KY
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From website: Magic Bullet Suppositories do not use an oil base (hydrogenated vegetable oil) as does Dulcolax and other bisacodyls, where the oil base has to melt before the bisacodyl can stimulate the bowel to contract and push out the stool.
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 4:32:16 PM by karlee from GA
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Keep suppositories in refrigerator.
Answered on Jan 8, 2013 4:57:07 PM by Mp from Pa
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The discharge you are experiencing is due to the irritant effect of the bisacodyl. It is a stimulant or contact laxative. Why would you want to use this product and put up with constant smelly discharge??? Enemeez works in 2 - 15 minutes, has no discharge and virtually no episodes of incontinence.
Answered on Mar 6, 2013 2:36:13 PM by Steve from Flag from Flagstaff, AZ
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If you go to the Magic Bullet website. They tell you that at the end of your bowel program, if you insert a small amount of water soluble lube, it stops the magic bullet stimulation. You won't have that small discharge later. Works great for us.
Answered on Mar 17, 2016 9:25:59 PM by Jackijb from Ar
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is there a proper placement protocol of this product?
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My rehab hospital taught my family to put plenty of lube on the bullet, then insert it along the rectal wall (you don't have to put it in very far) and hold for 45 seconds (or until the anus contracts) to make sure it stays in place.
Answered on Oct 25, 2012 7:13:26 PM by Moo from CO
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It should be pushed up against the bowel wall to work properly.
Answered on Dec 18, 2012 7:01:22 PM by Bee from Ohio
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yes, as high as possible and next to the bowel wall and against the stool
Answered on Dec 21, 2012 10:22:54 PM by Mike from Richmond KY
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up and to the left inner wall is where you should place any suppository
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 11:10:46 AM by recklesswonder from Virginia Beach, VA
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First I put on a flow. I open the casing and lube the bullet. I then lube the glove and push the bullet up the rectum as far as my index finger will go. Then I exit.
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 9:31:44 PM by barbie from ca
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"•For use rectally as a laxative" My health inserts by hand using a glove.
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 4:41:07 PM by karlee from GA
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Part Number(s): 178 0071, 178 0070

Mfg Part Number(s): MB-10 PACK, MB100-BOX

Scrip Part Number(s): 178 0071, 178 0070