This blog describes the last enema of my most recent vacation in more detail than the "When Was Your Last Enema" thread.
My vacation is coming to an end with our "tour" of the Carolina Coast (mostly SC). Our last stop was in North Myrtle Beach for the past few days. As with our other stops during the past couple of weeks of vacation, it's been a combination of decompressing, eating wonderful meals, visiting with family, and running. The condo unit we had the last few days has two bedrooms and two bathrooms and it afforded me the opportunity to take on the volume of a few bags. In a previous set of enemas while at this unit, I had selected my nominal 4-liter red and black open top enema bags. With each fill from those bags earlier in the week, I had been able to fill myself relatively quickly and take the whole bag. I expected that I might be able to accomplish the same thing last night with 4 bags.
This day had included brunch with my SIL, her daughter and daughter's husband. It was a fairly large breakfast and I probably should have gotten up early and done my 12-mile run prior to our meeting. I had planned to run all the way down to the start of Myrtle Beach's boardwalk and then running along Ocean Blvd. before cutting back to the condo. My plan was to let my breakfast digest before heading out into the heat and humidity. As the time for me departure approached, I was keeping an eye on the radar. It showed the seabreeze intercoastal convergence and the clouds and light rain showers associated with that was no real concern. But it was the thunderstorms that formed very quickly that descended upon the area that had me stay put (and they kept going and going and going late into the evening). So, instead of running, I washed clothes. I took my four large bags out and hung them on the curtain rod while I washed my clothes. They were my 4.8 liter red rubber open top bag, my 4.5+ liter black silicone rubber bag with the Model B nozzle attached. I then hung my two latex 5.4 liter rubber bags, each (initially) equipped with a black delrin tapered nozzle.
Later in the evening, I went and filled each bag to capacity with hot water and then allowed them to cool to a more appropriate temperature. Knowing they were waiting for me made the dense of excitement more palpable.
I had thought about adding baking soda to the mix, but chose not to add it. When the time came, the water had cooled sufficiently and I inserted the green nozzle into me and let the water flow. First came the cool water in the hose and then the warm water from the bag. It became obvious that the ease that the enema solution had flowed into me during my previous enema wasn't going to occur this time as I could feel the rectum and sigmoid pressurize fairly quickly even though I slowed the flow. I tried to massage the liquid further in but was having little success. I expelled the first half of the bag to "clear part of the blockage" and then refilled with the remainder of the bag. The nozzle wasn't a big retention type nozzle and so the inability to hold a larger volume was understandable.
With the volume of the red bag drained into me, I expelled and turned my attention to the black silicone rubber bag with the model B nozzle. With a little coconut oil the nozzle popped in and seated rather nicely. I got back into position and opened the big hose clamp and once again filled myself. Like the first bag, there was that shot of cool water in the hose followed by the warm water in the bag. This time I was able to hold more of the bag volume but there was still more pressure than I expected. The liquid did work further up into my colon. I took most of the bag and held it for several minutes. When I finally settled down to expel it, I could feel the softening mass in my descending colon moving out of me...a very stimulating feeling. With some of the blockage removed, I turned my attention to the two remaining bigger bags.
Although the delrin nozzles are tapered and allow for a certain amount of retention, they also allow for fast filling. I was going to drain the amber bag first. This time I could see the level of liquid remaining to be drained. This time I could tell the liquid was not as pressurized as it flowed into me and well into the transverse colon but I also didn't drain the bag in one filling. There was probably less than a liter left when I finally had to close the clamp. After expelling a little of the liquid, I drained the bag and held the volume for as long as I could. The cleaning effect of this third enema was more evident than the previous two as I sat back, relaxed, and let the liquid flow out of me. Once most of the third enema had flowed out, I went and retrieved my latex DBC nozzle and replaced the delrin nozzle I had initially installed on the end of the hose.
I was looking for a more positive seal on the last high volume enema of the night. It took me a couple of attempts to get the nozzle seated properly. But once in, it allowed me to take most of the bag. There was just a bit of liquid left in this black bag when I finally decided I had enough and allowed the fullness of the my colon and the pressure on my prostate to bring me to climax. As the last pulses of orgasm trailed off, I opened the valve to deflate the distal balloon and allowed this enema to flow out. It took a while to fully drain myself and once completed, I cleaned myself up, hung up all my bags to drain and dry. I crawled into bed and drifted off to sleep with my alarm set to get me up to pack and prepare to drive home.
The first thing I did late this afternoon when I got home and unpacked our vehicle was to get the bags out and hang them to continue the drying process. It was a good way to finish my last full night away from home on vacation.