Do Suppositories Normally Give The Patient Wind?

I don’t think there is a more delicate way to put it.

For the last two days I have been taking these things that are big enough to deflower a rogue elephant.

However, I seem to have an inordinate amount of wind and I was wondering whether it was suppositories in general, these specific ones, or just great luck on my part.

Well, one possibility is that you have only the usual amount of gas, but the valve has been lubricated, so to speak. It’s possible that there are ingredients contributing to the problem, though; what’s in the suppositories?

I think they contain napalm.

Trade name is Scheriproct.

Neither the anesthetic nor the steroid in Scheriproct should increase flatulence.

It’s just a lucky coincidence, unfortunately, and will resolve on its own when you get off the broccoli. Don’t apply for the Mr LePetomane’s vacant flatulist stage position quite yet.

Well if you shove something up there forcefully, it’s going to create an air pocket right? That’s the only situation in which I can think of such medicine creating a fart.