Magic Bullet Suppository - Laxative Suppositories - 10mg Bisacodyl Suppository

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Features:
  • Compare to Dulcolax, Theravac/Enemeez and Ceo-Two
  • Water based (not oil based)
  • 10mg bisacodyl suppository
  • Works within minutes
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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.

Magic Bullet Suppository Packaging

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.

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? The Magic Bullet has 6 month expiration date (shelf life).

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Magic Bullet Suppository - Laxative Suppositories - 10mg Bisacodyl Suppository Reviews Summary
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163 out of 166 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)
1-2 of 171 reviews
Works great!

Pros:
Easy to use. Easy to use. Easy to use. Works fast. No mess.
Cons:
Expiration date .
Best Uses:
Disabled. Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
Disabled: Quad. wheelchair bound. Midrange Shopper. Nurse.

I used a prescribed product for years before discovering this suppository. Works more effectively and much faster. This product will last quite a while. I have used this past the expiration date and it continues to work.

by from Cleveland, OH
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
4 person found this review helpful
These are faster than generic Bisacodyl

Pros:
Easy To Install.
Best Uses:
Disabled.
Describe Yourself:
caregiver.

The non oil vehicle is what makes these work fast!!

by from CA
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
3 person found this review helpful
1-2 of 171 reviews

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8 Questions | 31 Answers
Q:
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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Part Number(s): 178 0071, 178 0070

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

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


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