Dherbs Day 13 Enema Day

Hey cleansing peeps

So today is D- day. My hubby and I are embarking on an enema together.  

We have researched our options and have chosen the 3% hydrogen peroxide enema. 

I purchased 2 separate “old school” enema bags from Wal-Mart.  We thought it would be more sanitary for us to use separate bags.

So, here’s what we used:

  1. Enema bag
  2. Distilled water
  3. 3 % peroxide

We decided to allow me to get first dibs at the old poke and prod.

We rinsed out the enema bag with some distilled water and discarded it through the tubing.

We then mixed the solution together in a measuring cup and poured it in the enema bag. 

I decided to lay a towel on our bed and inject the solution by laying on my side.  My hubby held up the enema bag and released the clamp slowly as it flowed through the tubing. This was very awkward. It brought me back to the days when I was prepping for delivering our babies in the hospital.  

Once my anal canal was filled up with the solution,  I began to squeeze my buttocks together and count fast to 60.  I don’t think I made it to 60 sec before I had to run to the porcelean throan and expell the fluids. 

Boy did it feel like a huge relief to let go of the solution.  This is not the fun part,  but I’ll bet it is a very necessary part.

Next, it was my hubbys turn. We followed the same steps and he layed in the same position as I did.  I held up the bag this time and released the clamp so the fluids could drain into his buttocks.

This was an eventful morning, but I’m so glad it was an experience that we shared together.  

Both of us had to revisit the toilet a couple more times shortly thereafter.

My suggestion would be for anyone to give yourself at least 3-4 hours after the enema so you can relax and have time to make a couple more bathroom trips.

Make sure your stomach is pretty empty before administering an enema. Don’t eat past midnight and don’t eat or drink in the morning prior to the enema.

OK, let me know if you have questions.  

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