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Do not be embarrassed – everyone needs to poo – FACT! Bowel issues can occur in all ages and sexes and this is something that is seen by healthcare professionals and GPs frequently. Contact your GP who can assess your symptoms and if necessary, they will refer you for further support from a continence team or hospital. The […]

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Rectal irrigation timings can vary depending on your symptoms and the type of product you use. It can take slightly longer when you first start rectal irrigation until you get used to using the system and establish a bowel routine. The Qufora® IrriSedo Mini system uses a small volume of water and therefore the time spent […]

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Rectal irrigation (sometimes called anal irrigation or trans-anal irrigation) has been practiced for many hundreds of years. Over recent years, it has been more widely used as a bowel management solution. If your GP would like any information about irrigation or our Qufora products, just Contact Us at myqufora and we would be happy to send information […]

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Initially you should speak to your GP, they can advise you and refer you to a hospital clinic or community clinic that specialises in bowel issues. If you are unsure, please Contact Us at myqufora and we can advise.

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It’s all about choice and many people find rectal irrigation a quicker and more effective method of bowel management.

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Many people find irrigating after their breakfast is preferable. This takes advantage of the gastro-colic response we get when we eat, which can help with a bowel movement. However, if this is not possible then irrigate at a time that fits in with your routine. It is generally a good idea to stick to approximately the same time […]

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After your healthcare professional has prescribed you the Qufora IrriSedo system and/or set you up for Qufora Direct home delivery service (this service is not available in the Republic of Ireland), you will receive a support call approximately 14 days afterwards from the support team at myqufora. Going forward you can discuss how often you […]

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It is generally recommended to irrigate daily for at least the first three months to establish an effective routine, your healthcare professional will then guide you on how often to irrigate. If you feel you need to irrigate more often than daily it is best to contact your healthcare professional for advice and guidance on how […]

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