I'm with everybody else-a suppositry is a med-it must be signed off on the MAR. Don't let those foolish, giggly nurses set you up again! You are wise to question them. Always question what you are not sure of, and if you think the answer you have been given may not be entirely accurate, or truthful, ask someone else.
When I was first a LPN, I was the only LPN that worked (or ever had) on our hospital's tele/stepdown unit. The RN's basically put me on ignore, and always acted totally put out if they had to flush my heplocks (couldn't do IV stuff at first). I finally gave up on them, and started stepping through the double doors to ICU, and sking the first nurse I saw (that wasn't busy) what I needed to know. Of course they wanted to know why I was asking them. And, of course, I told them that my RN's weren't interested in my questions, or in helping me. Boy, did they take me under their wings! They told me to come ask them whenever I had a question, and they were all the time coming to get me for special procedures to observe or training to participate in, after hours. I never left our unit to step into ICU until all of my chores were done, and asked one of the RN's to call me if one of my folks needed me. Boy, did my RN's get their noses out of joint! The began asking why I didn't ask them stuff, and what it was about me that was so special that I got invited to participate with the ICU nurses, when they didn't! I laughed to myself, when this started happening, and evenutally began asking my RN's qustions again. I would say that those ICU RN's who weren't too busy for questions or to further my learning, were the most positive aspect of my early nursing career!