As I noted in my previous posting, I came home from a run and took a fairly large volume enema with a baking soda solution. I wanted to be able to hold a significant volume without strong peristaltic contractions to enjoy a cooler than normal enema. The cooler enema would cool my body from the residual afterburn from the hard run. I wasn't looking for a shocking cold enema, just something that was pleasant, relaxing and cooling. And as post in my previous blog page, my DBLBL-3XL finally did a rather nice job of holding the final volume in me. All cooled down and cleaned out, I thought I might be done for the day.
However, after getting showered, I found out that I was going to have the house to myself for most of the day into the early evening and so I made plans to spend the afternoon and early evening in a way I haven't had the opportunity for quite some time; filled with an enema with no time crunch in terms of holding it or refilling myself if I emptied and wanted to refill myself. And it was time to break out one of my new replacement latex double balloon nozzles that had been sitting in the box for months after I had purchased them from Medtech in Germany. I used the master bathroom for the filling rather than my bathroom. Some after completing some tasks that needed to be completed this weekend, I went and got my gear and began the setup process for an afternoon of enemas (which continued well into the evening).
My previous latex nozzle had a blowout back a couple of weeks ago and I knew it was going to happen. I could see the weakness along one of the fluted surfaces and whether it was a result of over-inflation or just the use of coconut oil that weakened the balloon surface, the weakening meant that the distal balloon inflated unsymmetrically. This really shouldn't be a problem because the balloon would inflate to fill the space in the rectum and be constrained by the rectal walls. But the weakness would likely give out even with the greatest care to not over-inflate it.
And so it did, a couple of weeks ago. A very unique feeling to have the balloon pop inside me. Fortunately, the enema contents didn't come pouring out when the balloon ruptured. So, with a new nozzle and new inflation bulbs,I blew up both balloons to see how much inflation it takes to fully extend the fluted surface into a smooth surface. Answer, at least seven squeezes of the inflation bulb for the distal (inner) balloon and at least 4 for the proximal (outer) balloon. I decided that I'd keep my enema gear "color coordinated" and got out my 5-liter amber latex enema bag and attached the new nozzle. With that, I started to prepare my next enema which (again) was going to be a baking soda enema but this time with warmer water. The bag holds 5.4 liters when filled with warm water and can hold up to 6-liters when filled with hot water. Cooling the liquid doesn't shrink the bag once it is filled with the liquid. It doesn't seem to be permanently stretched (yet).
The large mirror and the skylight give a different lighting choice and I set up my camera for some photos (a few are shown here). Once everything was prepared, I was ready to slide the nozzle in. It slid in with no problem and once all the way in, I began inflating the inner balloon. After each squeeze of the bulb, I used my pelvic floor muscles to pull the nozzle in and hold it so that it would seat itself firmly and completely. The earlier enemas meant that my rectum was already cleaned out and so there were no "obstacles" to the balloon sealing tightly. After the eighth squeeze of the bulb I was ready to inflate the outer balloon. As it inflated, it pulled the inner balloon back toward the inner sphincter ring and sealed me nicely. Once I was ready, I opened the clamp and then set it for a slow flow since there was no hurry. I would stand for a while and then get down on my hands and knees while taking a few snapshots of the process.
According to the timestamp,it took at least 20 minutes to empty the bag in me. And since I was so cleaned out by the earlier enemas, the ability to hold a significant volume with a solution that tends to keep the kick down was a factor in favor of a very, very filling enema. As the bag drained, I closed the clamp to prevent any backflow. There was virtually no leakage at all (just an occasional drop that I could feel during the stronger contractions). Although quite full and distended (see photo) there was no pain or pressing urge to let the enema go. I left the bag hanging at the entrance of the shower and with the hose still attached and the nozzle still inflated, I stepped on the scale and saw that I was just under 5.9 kg (13.0 pounds) heavier than when I started (that was the combination of the enema solution and the nozzle). I went to the other bedroom to hold the enema inside me. I don't know how long I held it, but there was enough volume and pressure to suppress an orgasm for a while. Eventually, after positioning myself on the toilet, I deflated the balloons. No rip-roaring discharge though the contents in the rectum and a potion of the sigmoid did come out to relive the internal pressure. With no rush to empty out I went back to watching television with most of the enema still inside me.
I still had plenty of time for my next enema and so I heated up some water for the maximum bag capacity. I would have to wait for the liquid to cool or use some cold packs to cool the liquid prior to taking it inside of me. Rather than baking soda, I chose an isotonic salt mixture. As I filled the bag 2-liters at a time, I was still holding much of the previous enema. There was some gas (reaction of the baking soda?) but not a big urge to expel. Since it would take at least an hour to cool once I filled the bag with 6-liters, I retained most of the enema on just muscle power. No plugs, no nozzles to hold it in.
The solution was still pretty warm, but cool enough to allow in slowly. So, I lubed the nozzle, still retaining much of the previous enema, and I inflated it once it slid back in me. I opened the valve to allow a slow trickle in me. It was an interesting feeling to have the very warm water mix with the enema already inside me. I knew I wasn't going to take the whole bag because there was already a substantial amount of liquid inside me. I took a little less than 2-liters before having to stop. This time, the really warm water made it difficult to hold the volume and so I just allowed it to flow out of me without trying to force it out. With more than 4 liters left in the bag, it was waiting for me when it had cooled a little more and when I was ready to take it. I ate dinner, watched some television, and periodically let more liquid flow out of me. I felt pretty empty when I was ready to take the last portion of the bag.
It was still lukewarm and the whole bag flowed in with no problems. After the bag was emptied, I took the bag (nozzle still inserted), hung it on the bedpost and retained the enema in my bed. The salt enema acted as a nice rinse and when I finally released it, it was a nearly clear discharge. I only had to get up a couple of times in the first hour after going to bed, to let a little more out, but I did sleep well with my colon cleaned out from a long day of enemas and my new nozzle properly broken in. Got up and ran 10 km this morning and then did yard work No enemas after today's run.