My 42 year old son is a complete C6/7 since age 16. He is really backed up. Usually uses magic bullet suppositories. Usually has bc twice a week. Two weeks ago he started having no results or just diarrhea. Now no stool for last two times. I gave home a fleet enema two days ago. Nothing. A nurse gave him a soapy water enema yesterday at the hospital. That was a real sh~~ show. Regular nurses and docs don’t seem very knowledgeable or caring. Grrr! Anyhow... has anyone used “Pico-Salax”? It’s an oral purgative. Here’s ingredients: 12 g citric acid EP 3.5 g magnesium oxide EP 10mg sodium Pico surface Oh he also had X-ray yesterday.
He probably has an obstruction. I had a very similar experience. The nursing home staff (in two homes) were completely ignorant. I could barely get any help,...had to beg and wait, and they counted the smallest bm as “a bm”,...while I was miserably backed up. One Director of Nursing cockily and arrogantly dismissed my anguished request, telling me,”Many people with paralysis only have a bowel movement every three or four,...or even five,...days.” He smiled smugly.
I told you my story because I wanted you to know that I really do understand. And my huge congratulations to you for giving him an enema. But I need to get your attention on this one. He likely has a clump of parasites somewhere along his intestinal tract. When our digestion slows down, this allows the parasite problem to occur. So please, besides everything else that you are doing, and everything else that others will tell you to do, give him parasite-killing herbs. Wormwood, freshly ground cloves, and green black walnut hull tincture. The wormwood kills the adult stage parasite. The cloves kill the egg stage parasite. The green black walnut hull tincture kills the larvae stage parasite. I’m telling you this so that doctors won’t tell you that he needs to have a segment of his intestine removed.
Right now, I’ve run out of parasite-killing herbs myself. All I have left is two capsules of an off-brand. But I still have a jar of quassia as a loose powder. And I am planning to order tomorrow online. This is how important it is to me. I never want to be without it. I also use a SyncroZap (zapper).
How do we detect parasites once we have them? Finding parasites in the body is not always an easy task. The most common test is a stool test that is analyzed in a laboratory to discover eggs. Usually three tests are done at three different times if the first one is not conclusive. One can also get a blood test done or a rectal swab.
In regards to x-rays, the tiny organisms generally do not show up on any type of imaging tests, but the larger parasites can be seen with x-ray testing. MRI and CAT scans can also be used to look for lesions in the organs caused by parasites.”