Rectal medicines (suppositories and enemas) | Medicines for Children - foam out of my anus

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Rectal discharge refers to any substance, aside from feces, that comes out of your rectum. Your rectum is last part of your digestive system.

Rectal discharge is intermittent or continuous expression of liquid from the anus ( per rectum). Normal rectal mucus is needed for proper excretion of waste.

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Types of rectal medicines include suppositories, foam enemas and liquid enemas. Ideally your child should open their bowels (do a poo) before you give rectal medicines. The can must be upside down for the foam to come out properly.

To diagnose your condition, your doctor or licensed health care provider will ask you several questions related to your rectal discharge.