If you don’t want to deal with frustrating fecal mistakes during anal sex, you can give yourself an enema beforehand, which means cleansing the rectum with water.
It is also known as rectal douching, and its purpose is to clean the rectum.
This is typically called rectal douching, or anal douching.
There are a few douching methods you can try;
Water eliminates all the dirt and discharges and ensures the intestines connecting to it are clean and okay.
If the lining of the mucosa is not in the tears of the intestines or scratches, the anal wash increases the risk of infection with HIV or STIs.
Anal douching is the most common way to make sure you will not face shit while having anal sex.
There are different ways to do this.
The quickest way to rinse the rectum is with a shower hose.
Remove the shower head and clean the hose tip carefully before using it.
The most hygienic solution is to screw the piece (nozzle) end on the hose.
This method the hose of the shower should never be touch the anus.
General tips for anal washing
- Before you start, first sit on the toilet and take the shit.
- Wash your hands and use clean equipment.
- The lukewarm water will make washing easier and happier.
- To prevent anal and rectal damage, make sure that the water pressure is not too high.
- Do not rinse the rectum with soap or soap.
- Apply lubrication in the anus and on the nozzle tip.
- Relax the sphincter and push the nozzle gently within a few centimeters.
- Each time you rinse it, let the water flow slowly until the rectum feels bored.
Then take a sit in a place like a bathtub or the rim of the toilet and feel relaxed as this will be paramount in allowing the water to move down with all the unnecessary shit it holds.
You should do this process again up to the point that the water appears to be clear and crystal clean.
Shower nozzles, hand pumps, and enema
You may also purchase nozzles either online or at sex shops or leather shops.
They also sell hand pumps, which you may fill with sterile solution.
These are easy to bring with you when traveling.
Pre-packaged enemas that you may buy at pharmacies can also be helpful in traveling.
Make sure you do not buy one with a lotion containing a laxative.
Risks involved in anal douching
Anal douching is not completely free of risk.
Water removes not only, but also part of the intestinal flora.
The intestinal flora consists of all the good bacteria that you need to digest food and maintain the intestinal immune system.
Washing can often (seriously) disable intestinal flora.
Similarly, washing dangerously, for example with excessive water pressure, can destroy the intestinal wall.
Using a large amount of water or a high jet of water can result in small ruptures of the mucous membrane in the intestine.
These small tears will make it easy for HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases such as CNog to enter.
In this way, unsafe anal washing can increase the chances of sexually transmitted diseases.
Bowel weakness makes the bowel more susceptible to other pathogens.
So it’s always better to use a condom or glove with a lot of lubrication. And vaccinate yourself against hepatitis B.
Giving yourself a shock, in this case, will irritate the bowel more and end up moving sperm and any pathogens inside.
Clean your toys.
You should ensure the toys and enema bulb are cleaned well with good water and also soap in different durations.
If someone else wants to rinse the rectum with the same device, be sure to clean it well.
This will prevent the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV and hepatitis C.
The best way to cleanse your equipment is with 1:10 whitening solution (one part of the bleach to ten parts of the water).
Allow the dishes to sit in the solution for at least one minute and then rinse thoroughly with water.
The alternative is to boil the equipment: place it in a large pan with plenty of water and let it boil for at least three to five minutes.
You could also use a shower set. A shower set is a set of tools that allow you to connect it to a bathtub or shower.
Some can be attached permanently, and others can be attached (when you need it). The good thing about this type of shower is that you get a steady flow rate.
There is no possibility of what I call “suck” (I’ll explain later) – and you’ll get a deeper cleanser because you’re experiencing more stress. Of course, this means you need to be very careful when using something like this – which is why I recommend using a product that allows you to adjust the pressure.
This type of shower can be worth thinking about if you are someone who has a deeper and more courageous enema regularly (even large bags or industrial teeth).
With a little exercise, they can be easy to use, but cleaning them can be a little pain since they are usually in smaller parts, and trying to clean the hoses can be a nuisance – but it will make you feel cleaner and confident – for this.
I hope you now understand the benefits–and the risks–of anal douching. Now you’re ready to douche away safely and securely. Enjoy your anal adventures!