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The water temperature should be 36-39 degrees°C (similar to the temperature of a baby bath). If you have separate water taps you can use a jug to mix the water. Ensure the water is not too hot as this may harm the inner lining of the bowel.

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Myqufora also offer travel certificates for your products – this explains in various languages what these products are should these be questioned. To obtain a certificate, please contact the team using the details on the Contact Us page.

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One thing to be aware of when you take your system abroad is the water quality – if you can drink the tap water then this is fine to use for irrigation. Should you be in any doubt, cooled boiled water can also be used as well as bottled water – remember that this should […]

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If possible, it is best to stick to your routine with irrigation whilst abroad. You can calculate your time difference and attempt to irrigate when you usually would back in the UK.

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If you order through a home delivery service, you can contact them for assistance. Qufora® Direct can be contacted on direct@qufora.co.uk or you can contact info@myqufora.com. If you do not receive your items through a home delivery service, please contact your GP in the first instance.

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You can dispose of these in the airplane toilet disposal bin. It may be worthwhile booking a seat in advance near to the toilets and familiarising yourself with the location of the toilets when you enter the plane.

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Yes, you can travel! If you are travelling abroad, we would advise that you ensure that you split your supplies across your hand and hold luggage (just in case anything does not arrive!) Likewise, we would suggest that you take a few extra supplies in case of any delays at your destination. One thing to […]

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First thing is don’t panic as this can sometimes happen in the early stages of rectal irrigation. Wait for a few more minutes, you can try coughing – and massaging your abdomen, this can help to start your bowel moving. If this persists, contact your healthcare professional for advice.

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If you are finding your system isn’t working you can contact the myqufora support team using the details on the Contact Us page. You can also visit our website where we offer videos and booklets: Qufora® IrriSedo Mini System Qufora® IrriSedo Cone System Qufora® IrriSedo Klick System Qufora® IrriSedo Balloon System Qufora® IrriSedo Bed System

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Your healthcare professional will assess you prior to using Qufora® IrriSedo rectal irrigation. They will assess if you do have haemorrhoids and determine if it is suitable for you to commence rectal irrigation. You should always insert the cone or catheter slowly and carefully to prevent any trauma, pain, or bleeding and ensure the cone […]

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