OMG what a session I had last night. My enema nurse (wife who is a real RN) informed me that I wasn’t myself and she thought I could use an enema. I readily agreed. I love, love, lover her enemas. She plays the nurse to the hilt. White uniform, clinical persona, the whole works.A little background. A little over a year ago I confessed to my wife my love of enemas and asked her if she would give me one. She readily agreed to be my private enema nurse whenever I, or she thought I needed one. This allowed me to really delve into it. I converted one of our spare rooms to our enema room. I also ordered an array of nozzles and one of my dream bags, an amber latex one, along with a 3 quart silicone bag. All of these are on display in the room on the tops of cabinets that hold vibrators, lubricants, prostate toys, and urethral sounds. There is a bed in the room for our routine enemas and play time and a massage table for the more clinical “medical” procedures. We’ve had many good times in this room. For soap we use either Dr. Bronner’s peppermint, or Ivory. We keep a quart jar of ivory slurry on hand. This is made by keeping a bar of Ivory soaking in the jar filled with water. It takes a good month or so for the slurry to become thick and syrupy. We have 3 jars that we rotate. A typical enema gets about 2oz. of Ivory syrup per quart of water.We went upstairs and she told me to go to our enema room and strip while she went to the bedroom to put on her uniform and apron. She soon returned. Normally, I would lay on the treatment table (our massage table) and wait for her to prepare the enema. However, this time she told me she thought I should watch her prepare it. She took the amber latex bag and the Ivory and had me follow her to the bathroom. “Observe,” she said, as she poured the entire jar of syrup into the pitcher. The bar that was left was about 1/3 the size of a full bar. This meant that I was about to get a soapsuds enema containing 2/3 of a bar of Ivory. I gasped. “Yep, this will be a thorough cleansing.” I love Ivory enemas, because although they cramp, it isn’t really intolerable. This one concerned me though. As she ran the water into the pitcher and swished it with her hand, a huge head of suds formed. The solution was not translucent, as usual, but rather almost pure white like milk. Into the bag it went. With the huge head of suds, the bag had about 2 inches of space, which my nurse topped of with more water, causing the suds to run down the side of the bag.“Let’s go,” she said. I followed her to the enema room where I was told to assume the sims position on the table. The nozzle she selected was the Rüsch DBC from medtech3000, my favorite nozzle. After attaching the nozzle, I watched her lubricate it with coconut oil. Curiously she lubed both balloons. I soon found out why, as I was invaded with BOTH of them. After inflating them she continued to advance it. I felt the first balloon go through the superior rectal valve and enter my sigmoid. OMG, I was in heaven. I soon felt the solution begin to flow. It was going slow at first, and I thought it wasn’t too bad, despite all of the soap. Then, my nurse fully opened the clamp and raised the bag quite high. The solution was flying in and the soap was hitting me harder than it ever had. I moaned and asked her to stop for a bit. Her response was, “Nope. The prescription is for a super soapy high enema. I need to keep the pressure for the solution to get high enough.” No matter my pleas, I was ignored. I had been hoping for her to take a Nurse Ratchet attitude during an enema treatment, but this was the first time that she had. Finally, the bag gurgled empty. After 5 very crampy minutes, she followed me to the bathroom holding the bag. As I perched over the commode, she told me to push and she extracted the balloons without deflating. Again, I was in heaven as my prostate was pressed hard. It took about and hour to evacuate the solution. The toilet water was so, so sudsy. I never imagined I could handle such a soapy enema, but my nurse proved me wrong.This is quite lengthy so I’ll continue the rest of the session later.