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Have you just found out that you are pregnant and whether it is safe to carry on with your enema lifestyle? ?It?s a good question and well worth investigating if only to ensure that the procedure does not adversely affect your condition as well as your chances of a smooth and safe pregnancy.

 

So can you use an enema during pregnancy and how often? Most doctors agree that the answer depends on your current stage of gestation.

 

Enema while pregnant – first trimester and third trimester

 

Women primarily try to take coffee enemas while pregnant as a form of constipation relief. Unfortunately, the practice is deemed unsafe especially during the first trimester when the risk of complication and miscarriage is at its greatest.

 

You can say the same thing about pregnancy during the third trimester as an enema may induce premature labour. Some holistic experts may contest this, but practising caution makes sense especially when doctors often give women enema shortly before they go into labour to cleanse the birth canal and induce child birth.

 

Enema during pregnancy second trimester

 

So is it safe to take a coffee enema while pregnant in the second-trimester stage? Well, not necessarily and it all depends on your body and how well it reacts to the enema procedure. If you must try it though, then the second trimester is the safest time to take an enema once or twice a week for constipation relief.

 

Again, it is not to say that a warm water enema during pregnancy is safe for the second trimester. It would be best to check with your doctor before taking one especially if you have a history of miscarriage or any health problem that may complicate the pregnancy. If so, then it would be a good idea to refrain from doing anything that may stimulate uterine contractions, and that includes taking enemas.

 

If you are suffering from severe constipation during pregnancy and unable to take an enema, then there are other alternatives that you may want to consider. For one thing, you can try increasing your water intake and introduce more fibre in your diet. It would also help to do a bit of exercise and gentle relaxation techniques like meditation, yoga and deep breathing exercises.

 

Would you like to learn more? Perhaps you are looking for some of the best deals on coffee enema supplies and home equipment? We at “Coffee Enemas Australia” would be glad to help. Check out our fine selection of enema products online or phone us today on ?0414 064 491 for any questions or concerns.

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