The Joy Of An Enema

My dear husband gives me a Fleet Enema every Saturday before my bath.
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It's an experience and shared time that I dearly look forward to every week.

I feel great and energized afterwards and that all the toxins have been eliminated from me.

The Fleet is fast, efficent, cheap, comfortable and always effective.

Works within 15 mins. I simply love them and its a great asset towards a loving marriage relationship.

I have twin daughters, 14, whom I have on a couple of occasions have given them a Fleet Enema.

It has worked well but the twins are not great fans and so generally use more oral method cures for them.

kind regards
girdlegirl2 girdlegirl2
36-40, F
15 Responses Feb 7, 2011

I also enjoy enemas. Usually I get the disposable bag enemas from the local hosp supply store. I had them as a kid and rediscovered them in my 40's. Twice a year I also schedule a colonic treatment.

I am very glad to see someone write such a story that explains the joys of enemas. I have used an enema ever since I learned what it was all about at age 8. Started doing them alone in my teen years and help break in a few friends in HS to the joys of an enema.

Well.................The Fleets In!.................Just one ?uestion that I am courious about. Do you give your Pomeranian Fleet Enemas Too?.................On second thought I don't want to know!!!!!!

Yes, I have tried the coffee enema, though I start feeling the urge to expel it after only 15 or 20 minutes. A Mexican friend once gave me an enema which she prepared with half a red onion boiled for 15 min. and added to warm water to make 2 liters. It was quite effective. Also a half gallon of pure apple juice makes a great enema. It does produce some gas, so a small glycerine enema(1oz. mixed in 3 oz. of water) following it helps to relieve the gas. A Lobelia enema causes cramping and is hard to retain for very long. My wife takes warm chamomile enemas to relieve period cramps and regularly gives the same to our daughters. They also give each other enemas as needed and don't have the cramping and period pain that many of their friends whose parents aren't famaliar with enemas, experience

loved your last comment about the different types of solutions. I've tried most of those and it is quite exciting experiencing them, the different effects and feelings. I've also tried the coffee enema. Essentially you add water to 4 cups of brewed coffee. Make 2 quarts. Make sure it is cooled down. Insert and retain for 30 minutes or so. Nice relaxed caffeine buzz. Yes, brewed tea is another nice and relaxing one.

Another smaller but very effective enema is a milk and molasses(or honey) enema. Warm 3 or 4 ounces of milk in a microwave oven for 30 seconds and add an equal amount of molasses(best) or honey. Stir well and using a digital fever thermometer, check that the temp. of the solution is between 100 to 103 degrees F.. Have your daughters lie on the left side knees drawn up or kneel with the head down resting on a pillow. Use a 6 or 8 ounce bulb syringe to inject the solution and let them lie comfortably for the next 30 minutes. Tell them that a gurgling inside their stomach is a normal effect of this enema, but due to its small quantity, the first urges to evacuate don't appear until about 20 minutes after the injection. . Being completely relaxed and breathing deeply will help with the retention. The gas buildup in the rectum will cause crampy urge to go, but initially, squeezing the stomach muscles to retain the solution will cause a loud gurgling sound as the gas travels further up the colon and temporarily relieves the pressure inside the rectum and eliminates the desire to go for a few minutes. The cycle repeats several times until the colon is full and after the last cramp passes,one walks quickly to a nearby toilet, sits down and an uncontrollable torrent of enema and gas is released . It is important to remain sitting for, at least 10 to 15 minutesto expel most of the gas and enema. A warm, slow soapsuds enema of 1 to 2 liters should next be given (usually lying on one's back is the most comfortable position). If the enema is 104 to 105 degrees F, it is possible to inject all or most of it before feeling full and having a desire to expel it. Depending on how much gas was expelled prior to this enema, some cramping may occur during its injection. The soapy enema may cause cramps, so it is a good idea to follow it about an hour later with warm chamomile enema(use 6 teabags per liter in hot water, allowing the water to cool to about 103 to 105 deg. F before pouring it into a bag or bucket and slowly injecting it. My 15y.o. daughters take 2 liters and wait 15 to 20 minutes before expelling it and then, having their colon quite empty and relaxed take 3 to 5 litersuntilthey feel full, but not uncomfortable and then retain their final enema for as long as comfortable, sometimes 30 min. or more. The chamomile and warm temp. of the enema serve to relax the colon, so the quantity can be large without being uncomfortable.

A Mayo enema is a good alternative to the Fleet and always effective. Pour 12 oz. of warm water into a plastic container. Add 4 tablespoons of sugar and mix well to dissolve completely, then add 2 tablespoons of baking soda(Bicarbonate of soda) and stir. Quickly pour into bag or use bulb syringe 6,8, or 12 oz. and inject while they are lying on the left side of, for faster results kneeling with the head down. Then the girls should simply liy down and wait. Within 20 to 30 minutes, the desire to go will become very strong due to the gas produced in the colon and a thorough evacuation will follow as soon as your daughters sit down. on the toilet, usually followed by several more visits to the bathroom shortly thereafter. It is a good idea to follow this enema with a warm salt water rinse of a quart or two(or more if they don't complain- in Europe 3-4 liter enemas are common).

Thks 4 sharing story..let the warm waters flow for health and recreation...

Wow.....what a neat story..thks 4 sharing with us.....

Hi, Just as you were not enthused about your first few enemas, your daughters will not be either. Just make sure you give them theirs in a very loving way and they will come to love them too. Just dont expect it right away. It may take until they are young adults till they realize they liked them.

I love receiving enemas, especially ones that are warm and soapy, and make me work to take it all and hold until allowed to release.

My wife and I exchanged enemas this morning.

I'll be thinking about you Saturday.

Before I got married I was very ignorant about enemas. I really thought it was something that was done in hospitals. <br />
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I wasn't aware that enemas have practical uses and quite popular in the home front, for constipation treatment, for general hygiene, flushing of body toxins, for fun and for marriage intimacy.<br />
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My wonderful dear husband introduced them to me immediately. I remember I was rather horrified and nervous about the procedure. But he explained to me that its important for intimacy that I be get clean and hygienic in that area and receive a weekly enema every Saturday evening.<br />
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The first few I disliked as it was all new to me.<br />
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But, within a while I grew to like them and its now a fun experience between us - that I look forward to every weekend. And it keeps me clean for the marriage bed.<br />
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We just use the pre-mix disposable Fleets and I am often amazed at the amounts some people are able to take in more complicated procedures.<br />
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We prefer to keep it simple.<br />
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If the girls' get stuck or trouble with BM's I have also give them a Fleet Enema. The Twins really dont like them so I generally try an oral laxative first.<br />
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Yes, I have given my dear husband a Fleet Enema but only when he feels he needs one and asks me - but not on any kind of regular or scheduled basis.<br />
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So generally, its just when he feels congested that I am allowed to give him one - but its a privilage that I enjoy.<br />
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Blessings, Esther

How did you get started with enemas? Do you give them to your husband as well?