How to insert suppositories without applicator? Using suppositories without an applicator can be tricky. You need to insert it in the right position so that it does not cause pain or discomfort. You also need to follow the instructions on the label to keep your suppositories safe and effective.
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If you are having trouble inserting the suppository, ask your doctor or caregiver for help. You can also try dipping the tip of the suppository in water to make inserting easier. It is a good idea to rinse your hands with soap and water after inserting the suppository.
It is also a good idea to wear finger gloves when you are using suppositories. These gloves can help protect your fingers from getting dirty and keep the suppository from getting contaminated. You can get finger gloves with a prescription.
After inserting the suppository, you need to leave it in place for at least 15 minutes to allow the medication to dissolve. You should also wash your hands and applicator. You should also keep suppositories in a cool, dry place to keep them from leaking.
The suppository should be inserted at the same time every day. You should also make sure you use an absorbent product inside your underwear to prevent leaks. You should also avoid wearing tight clothing to reduce the chance of getting a yeast infection.
It is also a good idea not to exercise for one hour after inserting the suppository. You may also want to wear an incontinence pad if you experience a leak.