A 10-20 ml syringe is filled with Microlax, which is available in large packages. The tip of the catheter tube is placed on the syringe instead of the needle. With the right position on the toilet and a mirror (see associated tip) the user can self-administer the microlax.
The mirror is not necessarily if the user learns to find the right place by touch.
How to make
Cut off the tip of a catheter tube and place it on a 10-20 ml syringe.
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Another person with C5-6 quadriplegia
Other users think it’s easier to use a catheter tip which is a bit longer (about 8 cm).
This tip is from 2007