Fast Enema for Adults

Fast Enema will act as a saline laxative when administered by the rectal route.



Each 100 delivers the equivalent of 18.1g Sodium Dihydrogen Phosphate Dihydrate and 8.0g Disodium Phosphate Dodecahydrate.

Laxative Saline

Fast Enema will act as a saline laxative when administered by the rectal route. Fluid accumulation in the lower bowel produces distension and promotes peristalsis and bowel movement with only the rectum, sigmoid and part or all of the descending colon being evacuated


1- For use in the relief of occasional constipation.

2- For use where bowel cleansing is required, such as before and after lower bowel surgery, delivery and post-partum, before proctoscopy,

sigmoidoscopy or colonoscopy and before radiological examinations of the lower bowel.

Do not use:

– Hypersensitivity to active ingredients or to any of the excipients

– Conditions causing increased absorption capacity or decreased elimination capacity, such

as when bowel obstruction or decreased bowel motility is present.

– suspected intestinal obstruction

– paralytic ileus

– anorectal stenosis

– imperforate anus

– congenital or acquired megacolon

– Hirschsprung’s disease

– Undiagnosed gastrointestinal pathology, e.g.,

– symptoms suggestive of appendicitis, intestinal perforation or active inflammatory

bowel disease

– Undiagnosed rectal bleeding.

– Congestive heart failure.

– Dehydration

– Children under 3 years of age.

– Clinically significant impairment of renal function.


Do not use Fast Enema when nausea, vomiting or abdominal pain is present unless directed by a physician.

Patients should be advised to expect liquid stools and should be encouraged to drink clear liquids to help prevent dehydration.

Method of use:

Adults, Elderly and Children over 12 years old:

1 bottle (118ml delivered dose) no more than once daily or as directed by a physician.


For rectal use only

Lie on left side with both knees bent, arms at rest.

Remove orange protective shield.

With steady pressure, gently insert enema into anus with nozzle pointing towards navel.

Squeeze bottle until nearly all liquid is expelled.

Discontinue use if resistance is encountered.

Forcing the enema can result in injury.

Return enema to carton for disposal.

Generally, 2 to 5 minutes are sufficient to obtain the desired effect. If delayed discontinue further use and consult a physician

Side Effects:

Immune System Disorders:

Very rare: Hypersensitivity e.g. urticaria.

Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders Very rare: blister, pruritus, stinging.

Metabolism and nutrition disorders

Very rare: dehydration, hyperphosphataemia, hypocalcaemia, hypokalaemia, hypernatremia,

metabolic acidosis.

Gastrointestinal disorders:

Very rare: nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, abdominal distension, diarrhoea,

gastrointestinal pain, anal discomfort and proctalgia.

General disorders and administration site


Very rare: rectal irritation, pain, stinging, chills.


Fast Enema should only be used as directed by a physician at the time of delivery or


Breast feeding:

As sodium phosphate may pass into the breast milk, it is advised that breast milk is expressed and discarded for at least 24 hours after receiving the Fast Enema.


There have been fatalities when Fast Enema has been administered in excessive doses or retained, used in children or used in obstructed patients.

Hyperphosphataemia, hypocalcaemia, hypernatraemia, hypernatraemia dehydration,

hypokalemia, hypovolemia, acidosis and tetany may occur in overdose or retention.

Recovery from the toxic effects can normally be achieved by rehydration. Treatment of electrolyte imbalance may require immediate medical intervention with appropriate electrolyte and fluid replacement therapy.

Storage Conditions:

Do not store above 25°C.

Keep out of the reach of children.


Carton box contains Plastic bottle 120 ml of

enema solution.