When I went into the bathroom this morning, the enema bag was out on the towel rack drying meaning that my wife decided to use it recently. She is a regular (no pun intended) user and that bag has probably been used hundreds of times. This got me to thinking.
One of the reasons that many firms do not manufacture enema bags any more is that the darn things last so long. A Fleet enema bottle is usually used just once. My guess is that my wife bought ours over 30 years ago and it is still going strong. Years ago her feminine syringe gave up the ghost, but in those days she was able to find a new one easy enough. Today, if our enema bag died, I would probably think about getting one of the classic ones listed on eBay rather that get one of the new cheapo ones. I'd like to heard how others handle that eventuality.