This article has been published to help a member of FetLife who came to me for assistance with a specific situational problem. The home is not conducive to using enemas (shared accommodation). They get away to their playmate’s place for the weekend but they don’t want to waste a good portion of Friday evening preparing following a three hour drive from work. In fact they don’t want to waste a second. So her ass has to be clean by the time she gets there and that is usually 6 or 7 hours after her lunch break, the only opportunity she has to clean out (bummer). So Friday lunch is the only opportunity which she can sort out for a serious enema and that only gives her about 30 mins, So….
The 30 min Colon Clean Out
When time is of the essence, the most important point is not to start with a large volume enema. You need to work up to it. When you are in a hurry the very last thing you want to do is to push any gas and/or solids backwards up your rectum and colon. When you are in a hurry it is extremely tempting to push as much fluid as fast as possible up your ass to get the cleaning process going, but that is guaranteed to push stuff backwards and that will cause stoppages and cramping when you try to expel. It will completely derail your efforts to be fast. Slow and steady wins the race. To help avoid pushing stuff the wrong way, always stand up or be vertical when filling. Don’t use positions or techniques to “help” the enema go in. If it doesn’t go in easily, if you feel cramps or pressure, you know that the fluid is pushing up against either gas or solids. It is not a problem if the fluid goes past solids (as long as they are not carried up the wrong way int he process) but if it is pushed past gas the gas often causes a vapor lock. There will be lots of cramping on the way out and nothing comes back past it in a hurry. Since there is no way to know if the pressure is from a gas pocket or a solid mass you have to take the approach that it is gas. You don’t have the time wait for your colon to shift a gas pocket that is preventing stuff getting past or out.
Step 1 – Empty out the rectum
You start with just a small amount of warm water. You don’t need to use a enema bag for this step. You don’t need to worry about positioning yourself. Standing is fine. It might be easier/quicker is you use an enema bulb syringe. If you have an enema bag setup, just don’t over do it.
You must use warm water. Body temp or a couple of degrees above to help relax the muscles and it helps the water migrate past any solids and up the walls of the rectum. Warmer is better but don’t burn your ass.
100ml – 200ml (3 – 5 fl oz) is enough just to help empty the rectum of any solids or gas quickly. Inject the water and give it a couple of minutes to loosen any stools and effectively lubricate the wall of the rectum. A squirt and a squat should only take a couple of minutes.
Step 2 – Flush the rectum
Next is a quick flush of the rectum to make sure it is empty and you don’t accidently start pushing stuff backwards up your colon (other than the water) when you move to the high volume colonic. Again, you do this bit standing. You don’t really want/need the water to go beyond the recturm.
Depending on your anatomy you will need 300-500ml to fill the rectum. Using enema bottles or syringes can be fiddly. You definately want to use your enema rig for this step and those that follow. Taking it slow is still the key. You are bound to feel pressure build up as the water reaches the top of the rectum. This is the point at which you stop the flow of water and hold it again.
You should feel quite a bit of pressure and it tends to keep building up after you stop the flow of water. It can get quite intense. Solids or gas might have descended when you squatted the first time or you may not have emptied the rectum entirely with the first squat. Regardless, stop and wait. You are likely to feel the pressure or cramping build and release couple of times while you wait. The muscles at the top of the rectum will be resisting back flow going past the wrong way and start pushing back. Clench your ass and resist the urge to release. Your internal muscles work in cycles. When they fail to push the stuff out, they reset and try again from higher up. As the muscle cycle releases the water will migrate further up into the sigmoid colon.
Don’t start the flow of water again. Just let the water inside you slosh around a bit. The muscles will keep working on it to move it our and as it does so it will soften and release the mass in the sigmoid colon and .
A fart at the end of the squat is always a good sign. Gas always float to the top as everything (liquid) runs down. Gas is your enemy and you want it out before you try to fill yourself up.
Step 3 – Flush the entire colon
Now your position is more important, especially if you haven’t done a lot of total clean outs before. The first position show here on the right, the position most often referred to makes filling the first half of the colon easy. Once the Descending colon is filled the enema has to push up hill to fill the transverse colon. As the column of water builds up in the transverse colon, pressure builds up at the Left colic (or splenic) flexure. This will give you a premature sense of fullness and pressure that you can’t hold on to.
Now it is time for 2 quarts (or more) of warm water. If you are familiar with having very high volume enemas (colonics), you have to be careful not to over do this step. Over filling at this point will cause the colon muscles to fatigue and it will take them several minute to recover and really start pushing things back out. You will not finish the process in 30 minutes.
Take the enema slowly. This is why it is recommended by many that the enema bag should not be hung higher than your shoulder or head height. If you are using a shower attachment, the water flow must be nice and slow.
The Knee-chest position is the most idea for this next step in the process. When you do start to fill yourself up in this position, if there is any gas still in there, it will rise to the anus and the water will flow past easily (as the anus is now the highest point on your body). With your insides now upside-down, the water will flow down to easily through the Splenic flexure and fill the transverse colon.
The water should flow easily without any resistance until it reaches the top of the descending colon. At this point you might feel some amount of pressure or cramping – Somewhere between 1 pt/500ml to 1 qrt/1 ltr. If the pressure keeps building up, stop the flow of water at this point, hold it till the pressure subsides and then continue to fill. The pressure might be intermittent or quite consistent as the water continues to flow. Just keep letting the water flow in. If you are using an enema bag, you might even notice the water flow stops briefly when you feel a cramp or pressure. Sometime the water can flow backwards briefly. Don’t worry if it does. Some people add anti-backflow valves to the enema rig to stop this from happening. If the pressure keeps building up as it did before then stop the flow again. Hold it and resist the urge to release. It will pass and when it does continue filling up.
If you are calm, you can feel the wait of the water fill your transverse colon from left to right. Keep filling slowly. Once the transverse colon is full you want to adjust your position so that the water is not trying to go up hill to enter the ascending colon. Push yourself up on to all fours (image on the laft) and even rolling up into a kneeling up position (image on the right). It should take 3 to 5 minutes or more before all the water is inside. You should be feeling full. Most importantly, you should feel the fullness in the lower right hand side of you belly. Down where your appendix sits or where you might see an appendix operation scar. Despite that, you should be able to hold all that water quite easily. Hold it for several minutes (up to 5 mins.). Rub your belly gently smoothing the palms of your hands over the surface in circular motions.
When you sit, assume an upright sitting, arched back with knees dropped. Try to control the expulsion so that it is more of a release than a push. Try to let it flow rather than pushing it out. When the flow slows to a trickle. Stop! No matter how hard it is to stop, STOP! Wipe, stand up for a minute and let gravity do its thing. Then sit again. If you feel a cramp coming on… STOP! Squeeze your anus shut no matter how hard it is to do that when all you want to do is push past the cramping. Wipe, stand up and the cramp will settle very quickly. If you try to push the cramp out/away, you’ll just make it worse. When you insides have relaxed again, resume your seat.
Being blunt, the tail end of the evacuation will be muddy, smelly and if you have done a good job, punctuated by any small pocket of gas that was hiding high up in your colon. As the water flows out the gas always rises to the top, so it is the last bit to come out the bottom.
Now you are going to be at the 20 min mark.
Step 4 – Clean out the Rectum, Sigmoid and Descending Colon
Once you have emptied yourself completely you will notice that there are still traces of fecal matter and maybe even semi digested food in the last of the water. For a Total Colon Clean Out, step 3 is repeated at least once more, but we don’t have time for that. With all that water being injected in to the colon it goes into overdrive sucking water out of the colon. Far more than usual and this will immobilise anything that is left in the colon for the next day or so. So the only thing left to do is make sure the rectum is properly cleaned of any residue.
The next step is to clean any residual muck from the rectum, sigmoid and the descending colon. So we are going to fill them with water once again, or at least the rectum, sigmoid and the lower part of the descending colon. But it is important not to use too much water. That will disturb the transverse colon. 500ml (or a pint) on this last step and remain in an upright (standing) position so that gravity will stop the water flowing all through the colon. It should take about 1 min to take 500ml.
Hold it for a minute or so. There should not be any cramping this time. Now sit, don’t squat. Drop your knees below your hips, sit up and arch back a little to help straighten out your lower bowel. Try to control the release so that it is more of a flow than a push.
When the flow stops or peters out to a dribble, deliberately clench your anus to stop (wipe) and stand up. Stretch, arch your back, twist your torso and use your stomach muscles to push your belly out. If you can, walk around for a minute. Softly “smooth” your hands over your belly in circular motions. Now sit in a more regular toilet position, knees up high, in a proper squatting position if you can and give it a push to see what more you can get out. Give it at least a minute.
No matter how careful you are, you many not have actually clear the large volume from step 3 and step 4 can dislodge a lot of stuff you didn’t know was still stuck up there. If this is the case or you think that the waist water is still rather dirty, repeat this step. It will only take a few minute extra.
Step 5 – The last tidy up
There are two ways to go from here. After Step 4 your colon will be empty but there will be traces of stuff throughout its length. With the time that remains you can either focus on making the rectum really clean for your play time, which is still hours away, and let the colon immobilise anything that is left or you can repeat Step 3 and give your whole colon another flush to eliminate any of residue still in there. It is still a good idea to give your rectum a little flush with a Max Injector or maybe a Max Injector XL just before play, or at least when you get to your playmate.
Another method of just flushing your rectum that would be faster depends greatly on circumstances and if you have a long nozzle on your enema bag. You can try filling your bag with warm water, judge when you have allowed about 250 ml of water to flow in and then without removing the nozzle start expelling. Literally flush your rectum by letting the water flow out your ass while it is flowing in through the nozzle. It is just an additional idea. Usually people do this type of thing in the shower or even with a Shower Shot enema attachment.
Your colon is very good at extracting water but it doesn’t do it “mindlessly”. As good as your colon is at recovering water its job is to keep a good balance. When it fails to keep the balance one way or the other, you get constipated or diarrhea. Fill your colon with water, just once, it will trigger a compensatory response from your colon that will last hours (if not days). As long as there are no pockets of water you left in your colon, your colon will suck itself dry. If you can get your finger in your ass without lube you will find that it is very tacky inside. Another good reason why lube is necessary and a lot of it. Any residue that was left higher up in the colon will be immobilized by the dry, tacky conditions. Even hours after your enema program you will be good for hours of play. Even depth play.