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Anyone who is interested in anal play can be worried about the poop that might come out of the anus. While many people opt for a thorough shower, some may find ways on how to make their experience safe and more pleasurable. They preferred anal douching and enema to keep themselves safe before their anal adventure.

When it comes to the equipment, enema and douches are often used interchangeably. They are both used for cleaning one’s butt. To understand more of these tools, read on the information below.

Definition of terms

  • Anal douching – it is the process of flushing out liquids into the rectum to make it clean and debris-free. Typically, anal douching is done as preparation for anal sex.
  • Anal douche – it is a tool that is commonly used in rinsing the butt during anal douching.
  • Enema – in this process, fluids are injected into the rectum to initiate a bowel movement. Like anal douching, this can be great preparation for anal play. Aside from that, it can be done as preparation for surgery, colonoscopy and treating constipation.

Is anal douching and enema safe?

Enema and anal douching are safe as long as you’re using the right tools. How often you do it also matters. As a rule of thumb, it is always necessary to follow the instructions of your health care provider before doing these procedures. You should also follow the guides included in the kits that you’re going to use.

Tools for anal douching and enema

Anal douche bulb – this anal douche is one of the simplest and most well-known kinds of douche. As its name implies, it is a bulb-liked douche with a nozzle. Its nozzle is detachable. This is to allow the user to fill the bulb with their chosen liquid. This type of douche is usually made of rubber or silicone.

Shower system – this tool is designed to be attached directly in the shower hose or in the faucet. Although it is more convenient, it might not be the best douche to use.

A shower system’s pressure and temperature are mostly unpredictable. Hence, you should always be careful in using it. If the water temperature is too high, it may lead to burning of the rectum.

Water bag douches – this douche is more like an enema. It usually consists of a liquid bag that is mostly in litres-size. Water bag douches allow the water to get deeper inside the rectum. As a result, the rectum will be thoroughly clean after douching.

Disposable Douches – it is similar to a bulb type of douche. But they are smaller than the bulb type. One of the benefits of using disposable douches is that you can throw them away after use. If you clean your butt regularly, it will be more expensive for you to use a disposable douche. This is because you have to purchase one every time you need it.

Fleet enema – it is one of the safest and easy to use enema for cleaning the rectum. It has pre-lubricated nozzle tips. These lubricated nozzle tips help to minimise the risk of injury. It is also vital to keep in mind that you have to follow the instructions in the included manual to keep you safe and clean.

Enema bags – this looks like hot water bottles. Typically, it is included in several enema kits with nozzle attachments and a tube. Certain enema bags can be sold pre-filled with its cleansing solutions.

How to prepare your butt?

To get your butt ready for action, you can follow these steps:

  1. Properly clean the douche and nozzle to avoid the spread of bacteria.
  2. Using lukewarm water is necessary to prevent the mucosal lining from burning.
  3. If you want to use an enema solution, closely follow the mixing instructions in its packaging.
  4. For easy insertion, it is suggested to lubricate the tip of the douche or enema before you use them.

Basic steps on how to use enema and douche

The procedure mostly depends on the type of douche or enema to be used. But the general idea is to insert the nozzle and squirt the liquid inside.

Here are some of the basic steps on how to use enema and anal douche.

  • Stand in the shower area. Place your one leg up on the toilet or in the shower bench for easy access.
  • Insert your clean and lubed finger first before inserting the nozzle. Doing this will allow the anus to be more relaxed.
  • Take a deep breath while holding the nozzle. And breathe out as you slowly insert the nozzle into your butt.
  • To squirt the liquid, squeeze the douche bulb or bag. For a shower enema, it is suggested to start in a low setting to avoid releasing too much water.
  • Just hold the liquid inside your butt for about a few seconds. Then let it out.
  • You can repeat the procedure until the water running out of the rectum is totally clean or until the bulb or bag is empty.

Why should you choose TSG’s douches and enema

  • Safe to use

TSG’s priority is your safety. Their douches and enema are all made from high-quality materials to ensure that their products are safe to use.

  • Budget-friendly

TSG gathered the most affordable douches and enema in the market. Just feel free to browse here and pick the one that will best suit your personal preferences.

What’s next?

If using douche and enema makes you feel safer and focus on your pleasure, then go for it. Start browsing in this collection and grab your choice now. Hurry! Get your douche and enema here!

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