I’ve seen this happen a bunch of times giving enemas to patients. Usually it’s when you have a patient with a weak bowel tract, or if they’re understandably nervous right before the insertion. Sometimes it’s just impossible to hold back when their sphincter is opened by the nozzle.
The first and most notable time I remember was in 2018 in colon hydrotherapy school. There were 14 of us in class, 13 women and a single male student named Brian. Everyone had to both give and receive a colonic from each of the fellow students as a requirement to graduate. So you might as well leave any inhibitions at the door and learn not to be embarrassed. You’ll see everyone’s butthole, and they’ll all get to see your butthole . We all joked that was our most important bond as a class.
On the first day we performed actual colonics under supervision, my first test client was our only male classmate, Brian. He ran a massage and sports medicine business, but wanted to add colonics to his practice portfolio. He confided in me that he didn’t know if he had what it took to be in this line of work. I encouraged him to not be intimidated by being the only man in class.
He climbed onto the padded treatment table and said “I’d like to take this in stride, but all these girls are going to see my pooper if I stand a chance of graduating“. I said “yeah, but you’ll see theirs too. It’s not important. I’ll be looking at yours in just a minute”(grinning at him). I reminded him I was a registered nurse, having already seen countless men’s buttholes and giving them enemas. I think he was relieved I was his first because of my experience.
So here I was five minutes later, my instructor Natalie hanging over my shoulder. I had Brian’s right buttock lifted with my left hand, the lubricated speculum in my right hand. Brian had a small anus, and I was concerned the adult size Clearwater speculum might be a little uncomfortable. I placed the tip against his anus and he flinched a little. I encouraged him to relax. Natalie reminded me to hold the tip of the speculum there for several seconds and I could probably feel him relax his sphincter.
I could feel him clench and open up alternately, the opening and relaxing wave getting longer each time until I could feel he was relaxed back there. I then encouraged him to breathe in….exhale….breath in….exhale…..breath in….then as he exhaled I applied gentle forward pressure on the speculum and it slid right into his rectum with an audible, wet FFLLIIIIRRPPP!!!!! …..then a tiny little HISSSS. Yep, Brian had himself a little speculum fart release.
He put his hands over his face and said “DEAR GOD NIKKI, I AM SO SORRY I DID THAT”. Natalie said “happens all the time“ with a straight face. I whispered into Brian’s ear “I don’t think anyone but us heard that”. There was a constant roar of white noise in the treatment hall coming from the powerful AC overhead. It was loud enough to mask the sound, and its draft strong enough to carry away the smell of the fart.
I asked Brian if the insertion was comfortable. He told me he was amazed how easy the speculum slipped in, considering the intimidating 1” girth and bulbous shape of it. It’s actually smaller than what a healthy poop should look like. The rest of the colonic revealed why Brian had a “noisy“ speculum insertion. He was really gassy and crampy. But he boasted great relief when the session ended.
The last week of class, and with everyone getting comfortable giving and receiving colonics, it was finally Brian’s turn to give me a colonic. I figured he’d still be nervous working with me. To my surprise he was very confident, and gave one of the most gentle and thorough sessions I had during the entire course. We all passed the course with our own special bond and friendship. It’s a surreal experience.