Please share your recipe for a good, MILD, non laxative type enema, for pre anal wash up.

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Please share your recipe for a good, MILD, non laxative type enema, for pre anal wash up.

Bignuf Bignuf
We have not used a lot of enema's in our day, but for those times we might, we have used the over the counter box enema preps and those are VERY "laxative" salt water solutions. If we want to use something VERY mild, and NOT laxative, what is a formula someone out there has used and might recommend....just for mild cleaning of the anus and rectum prior to anal play?

Any good advice appreciated.
09/16/2011
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Tori Rebel Tori Rebel
Quote:
Originally posted by Bignuf
We have not used a lot of enema's in our day, but for those times we might, we have used the over the counter box enema preps and those are VERY "laxative" salt water solutions. If we want to use something VERY mild, and NOT laxative, ...
Simple and effective: warm (not hot) water in an anal douche bottle. If you don't have an anal douche bulb, but the disposable fleet laxatives at the drugstore, empty them down the drain, and refill them with warm water. Flush out until the water runs clear.
09/16/2011
Liz2 Liz2
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Originally posted by Tori Rebel
Simple and effective: warm (not hot) water in an anal douche bottle. If you don't have an anal douche bulb, but the disposable fleet laxatives at the drugstore, empty them down the drain, and refill them with warm water. Flush out until the ...
Absolutely the best way to go, plain warm water........

Using laxatives regularly can not only be weakening but can seriously cause harm to your colon.
09/16/2011
ScottA ScottA
I usually use warm water, but I have seen a paper that indicates that water+PEG (a Miralax type thing) or an isotonic solution (pinch of salt and pinch of soda) is slightly less irritating to the colon.

Make sure you use the minimum amount of solution possible (you'll need to find this out by trial and error).
09/17/2011
oldkinky oldkinky
Quote:
Originally posted by Bignuf
We have not used a lot of enema's in our day, but for those times we might, we have used the over the counter box enema preps and those are VERY "laxative" salt water solutions. If we want to use something VERY mild, and NOT laxative, ...
Here is what I do to prepare for pegging. Buy a Fleet Enema in the local drugstore. Empty the laxative solution that it is filled with and rinse thoroughly. Refill with warm tap water. Lube the tip and use the enema. Expel. Then repeat until what you expel comes out clear. Usually three times for me. No mess.

My wife also does the same thing.

No need for an elaborate apparatus. Just a few dollars for a Flute Enema.
09/18/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
Just warm water. We sell enema kits here that are pretty cheap too.
09/19/2011
babyrock babyrock
ditto the warm water
09/21/2011
Bignuf Bignuf
WOW..surprising how many use just warm water...not a mild saline mix. I thought water would be MORE irritating on mucus membranes.
01/13/2012
ScottA ScottA
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Originally posted by Bignuf
WOW..surprising how many use just warm water...not a mild saline mix. I thought water would be MORE irritating on mucus membranes.
Yep, water is more irritating to the mucosa, and studies have been done that show visual evidence of this. There aren't any studies of the long-term effects, and no reports in medical literature of dangers (as there have been with soap solutions and the "Fleet" type solutions, which can kill you).

I imagine that the reason people don't do a saline mix (I've heard a shy 1/4tsp salt + 1/4 tsp soda per cup is good, and that's what I use for eye rinses and it doesn't hurt) is that it's another step, whereas the water faucet is right there.
01/13/2012
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by ScottA
Yep, water is more irritating to the mucosa, and studies have been done that show visual evidence of this. There aren't any studies of the long-term effects, and no reports in medical literature of dangers (as there have been with soap solutions ...
Baking soda, I assume?
06/12/2012
ScottA ScottA
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Originally posted by Bignuf
Baking soda, I assume?
Yep, definitely yep.

I do usually use just warm water, though - it doesn't seem to be much of a problem, especially in the small quantities that you need for a pre-anal cleanout.
06/12/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
I just use the tap water slightly warm. We have well water so that may be why I have not had any problems.
06/12/2012
ScottA ScottA
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Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
I just use the tap water slightly warm. We have well water so that may be why I have not had any problems.
In my research I've found that most of the "problems" seem to go along with people doing more extreme things. A pint of clean, warm water is probably not going to be a problem. A gallon shot up there and held in for an hour is a different case entirely, as are unusual solutions and other thigs that are extreme.
06/13/2012
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