What are these low risks? Please provide a list. Please provide a step by step description of the procedure What are the dimensions of the speculum that she inserts and how far is it inserted? At what rate of speed is the water pumped in? (i.e. gallons per minute) Since very little discomfort is a relative opinion, what will you provide as pain killer? In what ways does this procedure compare to a colonoscopy..... How is it similar and how is it different, please list details? What if you don't know if you have the medical conditions you so briefly mentioned? If it is determined that these unknown medical conditions are present in any degree, will she not complete the procedure and refund all the money?
janice p. asked on Oct 7, 2011
The risks are potential slight irritation at the point of where the speculum is inserted. (it is only inserted 1.5-2 inches) Once its inserted your body relaxes, you are covered with sheets and a blanket and laying on a soft massage table. The water is slowly run in at low pressure...Ounces a minute (not gallons)... No one ever needs a pain killer. Depending on how constipated you are, you may feel slight pressure from time to time, as fecal matter is released through the tube and out the sewer system. It is nothing like a colonoscopy - this is a hydrating, stimulating, detoxifying treatment. A colonoscopy is a diagnostic procedure. If you have Ulcerative Colitis, Crohns disease, or severe hemorrhoids don't purchase this. If you have blood or severe mucus in your stool, get a diagnosis before coming in. I hope this helps. Dr Morse
Dr. J. from Merchant replied on Oct 7, 2011