Lisa M. Epp, RDN, LD, Home Enteral Nutrition, Mayo Clinic: Before removing your nasal feeding tube at home, verify with your healthcare provider that it is okay for you to remove your own feeding tube. Sit down, lean over the trash can or sink and have a towel ready to wipe your mouth or nose if needed. First, remove the tape from your nose, grab the tube right outside your nostril and in one motion, pull the tube quickly as far as your arm can reach. Then, using the other hand, finish pulling the tube all the way out. If you go slowly, it may cause more gagging.
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