||Enema (and Douche)
A simple item of equipment
for douching or enemas,
usually consisting of a rubber bulb and nozzle or a bag or pouch which
is gravity fed.
The French word, douche, means "shower", but in a
sexual hygiene context this means injecting liquid, usually water,
pressure into the anus or vagina, either for cleansing prior to sex,
contraceptive purposes afterwards (not a recommended practice! DUH!),
as a sexual thrill in itself!
In the vagina, the liquid
entering a closed
and only a limited amount can be used. In the rectum, the cavity just
the rectum area can be flushed, or liquid can be made to penetrate
and further into the bowel and colon: such a thorough anal douche is
as an enema and the sexual enjoyment of them is termed klismaphilia.
The body will quickly
to expel water
in this way with a bowel movement and controlling this can be part of
The main types of equipment for
douches with a rubber
or a bulb-like
vessel attached to a nozzle into which liquid can be
squeezed to suck in liquid or water and then injected by squeezing it
into the anus or vagina. Shower attachments designed for inserting into
the relevant orifices need great care with regulating the pressure and
temperature of your shower!
the sort designed for medical use to relieve constipation consist of a
vessel or bag, typically of about 1-2 quarts however, many "fuller
bags are up to a gallon
and attached to a long tube of about
4-6 feet or 1-2 metres which terminates with a nozzle usually with
styles for both anal and vaginal use. A valve or clamp for
turns the flow
of liquid into the orifice on and off. The bag is usually hung on a shower rod or
towel rack or I.V.
Stand. The higher the elevation,
the greater the water pressure. Water pressure should not exceed 1
pound psi. The length of the tube is
so the bag can be suspended above the recipient, thus gravity will
the liquid downward and help prevent air bubbles.
are generally harmless BDSM play, but always be aware of safety and
of use or problems could arise if done incorrectly. To prevent
the equipment should be kept clean and should be reserved for
use, and should not be swapped between anus and vagina without a
cleaning. Douching with someone else's urine carries some risk of
infections. Start by using only modest amounts of
liquid -- 500 ml (a pint) is quite enough for douching! Purified water is best to use in the enema
administering an enema. If the water is too hot or too cold, it can
cause a sort of cramping (sometimes called gripping). Since our bodies
run about 98.6 degrees, a good temperature to fill your enema bag is a
little warmer than that (approx. 103 degrees). That allows a
comfortable transition of the water, as it flows in with minimal
cramping. Colder will definitely cause more cramping!
enemas are one and a half quarts, and that is quite a bit of water.
the long-time enema users and aficionados, it's not enough... for them,
the 4 and 5 quart bags are ideal! But as with all BDSM play, don't make it a
competition for how much one can handle... your body will let you know
what it can reasonably hold! Don't over-do it, and end up with a bad
experience. Remember, it's suppose to be exciting, stimulating and
up the Enema Bag:
Slide the hose clamp onto
about half-way, then, install the hose into the enema bag and put the tip of choice on
the other end of the hose. Once
all pieces are in place, test for any leaks and tighten what may be the
cause. Before inserting the tip, be sure to lubricate it
well, so that it inserts easily and unobstructed. Release
the hose clamp, so that the liquid can flow. Initially,
let the water flow gently. As you become familiar with using the enema
bag system, you can easily adjust the height on an I.V. Pole or
move it from a lower location (towel rack) to a higher one (shower
curtain rod) for more water pressure.
Frequent douching can disturb the natural balance
of chemicals and micro-organisms inside the body and vaginal douching
not recommended for women with IUDs (coils). Some enema and douche fans
recommend eating yogurt after a session to replace the natural bacteria
lost from the process.
Soap Enema Solution:
soap in 0.3 oz. (9ml) packets, mix one packet in 1.5-2 quarts (1.7
liters) of filtered water to make a decent enema solution. Remember to
keep the enema temperature at about (103° Fahrenheit or 39 degree
Celsius) give or take 1 or 2 degrees Fahrenheit (1 degree Celsius).
Then add this mixture to your
bag, make sure that the solution has not cooled below 102° Fahrenheit.
Now you're ready to administer or receive the enema.
These soapy enemas are
definitely harder to take and hold than a plain warm water enema.
No matter what type of enema that you use you should try to hold it for
a few minutes so it has a chance to do a good job ( 5 to 10 minutes
should be sufficient )
Never use dishwashing liquids or detergents or lye
base soaps for your enemas they can harm the delicate intestinal
After using a soap solution, you
always follow up with a couple of simple water enemas to remove the
soap residue adhering to the colon walls and prevent further irritation.
Here are a few diagrams of positions
for giving or
and regardless of the position,
way is to relax first!
... then enjoy the enema as it flows.
Legs Raised Position
easiest and most effective to give/receive an enema.
Be sure to be in the tub or near the
any of these positions...
trying to do this in the bed or living
ruin a fun evening!
The Kneeling with Chest
This position allows the solution to
This position is easier for
Always safe, sane and consensual...
Compiled and edited by Medical Toys with
to the Deviants Dictionary in part for this information!
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