When I was an enema novice, always fast. Then one day I saw something about rentention. I purchased the devices. Double balloon and flow control meter. I loved it.
I learned to do 15 minutes per quart. Four quart bag. I would retain it on my right side until heard the water go to the right side. Then, I added another quart. Hmmm I can do this. Grueling by done.
I looked at the bag. Empty. I know I can do another quart. So I struggled to get more water from the faucet. Filled the bag. Snapped the clamp. Water slowly flowed into me.
I did it. Let's challenge myself. I struggled back in pain and enormous pressure. Another quart. Filled the bag. I was ready to give up. Snapped the cold, uncaring steel clamp and water gushing into me. Empty bag.
Not being able to take anymore, I struggled to the bathroom. Wasn't easy. Try having an enormous even belly with an additional 20 pounds added. Throws you off balance plus the enormous pressure and grueling pain, 5 minutes later I was standing over the toilet. Sitting was impossible. You can't suck in your stomach. Slowly deflated the balloon. Pulled out. And the floid gates opened. Flowed steadily for a few minutes. But it a good hour before I was empty if enema water.
I was a 34" waist and when u saw that beautiful enema belly it had to be 46 inches
Then was slow and long retention there after.
I was proud of myself. I mastered my enema. Seven quarts.
Now, when I begin an enema, before I snap the clamp releasing the power of the water, I say, "My enema doesn't control me; I control my enema."