This is the worst hospital I've ever been to. They treat each and every one of their patients like drug seeking addicts, the Dr's don't listen at all and will either interrogate you or change your words to fit their scenario. Dr in the emergency room today was kind enough to tell my son to shut his mouth and listen when he tried to correct the Dr after the Dr twisted my son's words. Rude. Poor service and people skills. Wouldn't send my worst enemy to these fools. My son hasn't had a bowel movement in over two weeks and has never had these issues before. After taking a full bottle of milk of magnesia within a week and still no results I took him to the ER. This appears to be a little more than just normal constipation. Upon telling the Dr that he can't have a bowel movement, what treatments we have already done, that he has a painful knot in his stomach, and being told the length of time since the last bowel movement he says oh you're just constipated. He recommends a bunch of stuff over the counter, doesn't do anything but listen for bowel sounds and when asking my son about his appetite, my son tells him he's hungry and can eat but his stomach is already full so he throws it back up, the Dr says oh so loss of appetite. No not lack of appetite, the child just told you he's hungry and can't hold the food down when he eats and when my son tried to tell him that he interrupted him but saying "you need to shut your mouth and listen". Whoa. Child or adult, your doctor's should never talk to any patient the way they do. Shame, shame, shame on you!! Anyway, purchased a enema and guess what the label says (given this is the Dr recommendation): do not use if you have had changes in your bowel movements in two weeks. Do not use if you have stomach pain, nausea, and vomiting. Do not use if you have used a laxative already for a week. Hmmm. All 3 my son has. Makes no sense to me. Anyway, think long and hard before you place the care of yourself or your loved ones in the hands of the sadistic evil mean people. They are incapable of even pretending to care.