No, Enemas Don't Cause Dependence, Electrolyte Imbalance, or Trauma in Kids

The other day I received an urgent email from the father of a 7-year-old boy with encopresis. This family was 8 days into the Modified O’Regan Protocol when their pediatrician insisted they stop. The dad wrote: We spoke to our doctor today and he recommended that we don't go down the enema path. He said it could possibly be traumatic for our son and it addresses the rectum, but not the colon. It is very important that we speak to you as soon as possible. We need reassurance that we're on the right path. And then today, just as I was about to post this article, I received this email: We are two weeks into M.O.P. and my daughter has gone 9 days without poop accidents (after 18 months of accide

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