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When every other natural treatment for constipation fails to work, many people will simply resort to an enema. Flushing a concentrated burst of water into your colon can help to soften your hard, impacted stool and make it easier to excrete. Furthermore, the enema will flush out any excess fecal matter, which may be causing inflammation or discomfort, or possibly even an infection. Enemas may not be the most pleasant activities to undergo, but they are an important step towards improving your overall gastrointestinal health and reducing episodes of chronic constipation.

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