Anal Douche VS Enema

Anal Douche VS Enema

dustykatt dustykatt
What really is the difference?
I have had a medical enema and that went on forever. It left me feeling sick and wrung out. Not a place I want to be if I'm getting ready for play.
Any information would be helpful.
Thanks
11/26/2013
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11/26/2013
Ansley Ansley
What you had at the hospital was probably a colonic irrigation and that is more "in depth" than an enema. "Douche" is typically a term used to reference vaginal cleansing, where "enema" is used to reference anal cleansing. From my understanding, this is the only difference (other than the actual composition of the solution itself -- douches have fragrances and pH restorers for vaginal health, enemas typically do not).
11/26/2013
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by dustykatt
What really is the difference?
I have had a medical enema and that went on forever. It left me feeling sick and wrung out. Not a place I want to be if I'm getting ready for play.
Any information would be helpful.
Thanks
Stormy's answer was "spot on", technically. The big question, I think you are asking, is if you need to clean out in some way prior to anal play. There are a lot of discussions about this here at EF. Some people seem to use the little bottles that come with "Fleets" and just do warm water. Others clean out with mild soap. Personally, and I know others feel this way too here, is that if you keep the outside clean and don't have to have a bowel movement, then you are just fine without doing any "flushing" (which can indeed upset the gut and the normal tissues found there). We enjoy anal play all the time and have almost never used any "internal" cleaning methods (and have never had any "accidents or soiling" I must add.

Good luck, have fun, be safe.
11/27/2013
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Quote:
Originally posted by Bignuf
Stormy's answer was "spot on", technically. The big question, I think you are asking, is if you need to clean out in some way prior to anal play. There are a lot of discussions about this here at EF. Some people seem to use the little ...
Our experience is the same - we don't use any internal cleansing (we both enjoy anal penetration). One key is that we both have fairly low-carb diets that minimize gas and other waste issues.

I have personally used a Fleet bottle filled with warm water on occasion - but not associated with sex, just when I feel like I need a little help going.
12/02/2013
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