It seems much of the country is dealing with extreme heat and it is no different here in central NC. The heat indices are well above 100°F and into the 110°F range due to the humidity. After the past several weeks of vacationing along the coast of SC and NC, I had noticed that my heat conditioning is finally building to a point where running when the temperature is above 95°F is not as draining. I still sweat (a lot) and my shorts, shirt, socks, and shoes are drenched when I get back. Today was no different as I ran a short 4-mile interval run. The difference today was I was running my more natural fast stride during the interval even though the heat index was pretty high (running between 7:30-8:00 per mile) and then walking 45 seconds to allow my heart rate to recover before the next run cycle. I wasn't drained like I was the other night when I did my second run of the day in 90°F heat, but I definitely knew I had run hard.
When I got back, I went into the garage, stripped, and hung up my wet clothes and then got my drink of electrolytes. It was off to the shower where I grabbed my black 4-liter silicone bag with a black bat-style delrin nozzle. I filled the bag with cool (not cold), slid the nozzle into my ass, hung the bag from the shower curtain rod, and opened the clamp as I stepped into the shower. The cool water flowed into me cooling me from the inside while the shower spray cooled my skin on the outside. I did have difficulty taking the full bag quickly as the liquid tried to work its way up to and through the descending colon. Slowing the flow allowed for all but about 0.5 liter to flow in. I quickly expelled the cool water to empty out the contents.
I decided that the next bag should be a little soapy and used Bronner's lavender scented soap in the next fill. The nozzle slipped back in easily because the coconut oil was still present. This time I decided to lay down on the tub floor and and take the soapy solution. As the cool soapy solution flowed in, I could feel it flow further up into my colon. I allowed the bag to drain, hearing the characteristic "slurp" as it emptied. I stood up and with the enema inside me, I got out my razor and shaved the stubble from my face and from my balls. It didn't take long before the soapy mixture got my colon muscles going and it was getting harder to hold the enema nozzle between my cheeks and the liquid inside me. No worries though as I was in the shower. I lay back down, slipped the nozzle out and allowed the spent soapy enema to flow out of me and down the shower drain. The soapy mixture did its job of softening and dissolving the contents that remained in colon.
After draining the soapy mixture out, I re-lubricated the nozzle and my rectum, filled the bag again with cool rinse water and slipped the nozzle in. With a click, the clamp was opened wide and the rinse solution flowed in. The whole bag flowed into me to provide the needed rinse. With that, I turned off the shower, stepped out and began drying off, sat down and allowed the enema to flow out of me. I must say the cool water was a rather interesting change of pace. The water was much cooler than the "cold water" that flowed out of the taps over the past couple of weeks from the various condos we stayed in at the coast in SC.
I had the house to myself for a couple of hours later in the afternoon and needed to vacuum and dust. I decided to do my housework holding an enema and filled myself up with another plain water enema. This time I used my latex double balloon catheter nozzle. Since I had cleaned out earlier there was no problem getting the nozzle seated and into position to provide a seal. However, I also knew that this nozzle was on its last set of enemas as a weak point in the distal balloon was visible and it would inflate asymmetrically. It would still seal me on the inside.
I began filling myself once again and after having more than half of the bag inside me, I stood up to try to adjust the ballon by applying a little muscle power to see if the balloon would move into a slightly different position. The balloon ruptured inside me (only inflated around 250 cc). A weird sensation. Fortunately, the nozzle didn't pop out and I quickly stopped the flow. I unhooked the bag from the shower and waddled into the toilet to allow the enema to flow out.
I have two new latex nozzles but replaced the ruptured nozzle with my clear silicone nozzle. I refilled the bag and then refilled my colon. I disconnected the nozzle from the hose allowing the check valve to hold the enema contents withing me. I got to work vacuuming the carpet but with somewhere more than 4 liters inside me, the pressure to expel was really quite high. It's tough to force the silicone nozzle out when it is inflated but it is possible. I went to the toilet and deflated the inner balloon slightly to allow me to drain some of the liquid out and reduce the pressure. With less liquid in me, I re-inflated the balloon, rinsed my bottom off in the shower, dried off and then went about my housework with the nozzle swing between my legs. I hadn't done house cleaning holding an enema for somewhere near 30 years. Eventually all the activity made holding the enema difficult and I drained it out of me to allow me to finish my housework. I had to be careful about the remaining liquid inside of me, but got everything done.
I added the pictures after the post. The show me in one of the other bathrooms in the house. There are two with different DBC nozzles shown because the latex one blew out. The last shot shows the bag empty (hose still attached) and my belly full. Time to vacuum the carpet.