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excessive use may damage your hair,but use in moderation,and make sure they are alcohol free.
Yes, it is.
Birth control suppositories are one of the least effective methods to begin with. Withdrawal is more effective than spermicide used alone. Consider getting some condoms and throwing out the expired suppositories.
via anal...given every four hours
By overusing suppositories or anything that induces a bowel movement you can in effect weaken the smooth muscle tissue of your bowels and disrupt the normal rhythm. If you're having problems and currently relying on suppositories, lower the amount of times you use them during the week, look for natural alternative methods, and only use them when absolutely necessary.
include excessive bleeding, infection, pain, excessive swelling, vein inflammation (phlebitis), and damage to nerves during surgery. Nerve damage may be temporary or permanent
Excessive stress to joints can cause joint inflammation and eventually cartilage damage.
Yes, antibiotics do come in suppositories. It isn't real common, but they are available and are used in some cases.