How to stay with children fever suppositories "inside"

I know that from my two kids very well: If they are sick and they have to get a suppository, it usually works like this:

I have to introduce it at least 10 times until it finally leaves it. But at some point that was just too stupid for me. And for the children that is certainly not pleasant.

Here is my solution to the problem: simply insert the suppository around in the wrong direction. Before a small blob of perfume-free cream off and off the post goes ...

The principle is quite simple: The intestine can not easily grasp the straight interface of the suppository, so they can not get it out as easily as when inserting the pointed side first.

Good luck - and hopefully you do not have to apply that to your little mice (children) too often ...

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