Does anyone know how many soap suds enemas can be taken safely in one session ?
Not a clue..butt have done 2 followed by clear water enemas to clear
I usually only take one 2 qt. soapy enema and then I take a rinse. I do this rarely. I think too much destroys the good bacteria in the gut. I like to take an implant of good bacteria which you can get in health food stores to replace what I loose when I do a soapy. I like to use a mild soap like Dr. Bonner's too. I suppose if you replace the bacteria and don't use a strong saop that irritates the colon and you rinse the soap out well it doesn't really matter how manny you take. Any one who takes enemas on a regular basis will tell you you will find your own limits very quickly.
I have given 2, but no more and always follow it up with a clear one!
Generally do one soap and one or two clear water. WE always use filtered water. You migt want to try coffee.
1 enema a day with isotonic solution can be taken for 5 or 6 consecutive days.
for which 1 only enema a day without misusing, especially with the enemas of soap sud's that are irritating for the bowel.
norm is good to protect the bowel with an enema of olives oil before proceeding with the soap sud's, subsequently it needs to remove the soap with a further enema tap water... and with this the enemases have become 3, for this motive it needs to rarely pick him/it up.
I can never take more than 1 1/2 quart. I don't know if it's because I'm full or just small. Salt water gets stuck and everything else seems too harsh. Any thoughts?
1 quart and 1\2, are an enough normal amount
you could reach 2 complete quart
you initially take a bulb enema emollient:
1\2 quart of water,
3 tablespoons of oil of olive,
3 tablespoons of juice of lemon
so that to be able to free the descending colon from the hardened impact
after being frees you you can introduce the 2 quarts of isotonic solution.
I have always done one soapsud enema followed by a plain tap water enema. I dont know if it would be a good idea to take more than one a day.
Do watch the soap. The intestinal mucosa is fairly fragile, and you will want to be careful with yourself. Probably a single soapsuds enema, followed by a rinse, is about right. I use either tap water or salt water, and rely on the warmth or coolness of the water for stimulation. In medfetish, of course, the idea is to empty the rectum and colon for the rest of the exam. In that sense, the larger the enema, the better, because it reaches higher into the colon. But remember...everyone has a "full" point, even with a firm doctor saying, "Just a bit more, dear..."
I have always done one soapsud enema followed by a plain tap water enema.
I usually do three 1.5 qt soap and saline cool enemas for cleanouts before doing a higher volume enema.
Let the good times FLOW
You can have a few without any problems.
Like anything else, LISTEN TO YOUR BODY.
If you feel worse instead of better afterward, you've had enough.
Make sure you take a rincing enema after the soap, soap can irritate your colon and that's not good.
I hadn't been doing a rinse afterwards after using Dr Bronner's and noticed the next day, something not quite right inside. I started using a saline rinse enema afterwards which totally solved the problem. Yes, the soap is an irritant.
I had the same experience, but one or two saline rinses solved the problem for me too.
I find that one good 4 qt soap suds enema (like Dr. Bronners Castile soap), followed by a couple 2 qt salt and baking soda rinses works great for me. Leaves me clean and refreshed.
I have done 4 soapy ones in a row, followed by a couple rinses. A little sore back there but otherwise no problem
I always do a half bag of warm tap water first to cleanse the lower intestine followed by a full two quart very warm soapy enema which I try to retain at least five full minutes. I follow this enema with a two quart warn tap water rinse. I find that this practice gives me the best cleansing feeling.
I always do a full two quart very warm soapy enema which I try to retain at least five full minutes. I follow this enema with a two quart warn tap water rinse. I find that this practice gives me the best cleansing feeling. Amen!
I usually do a series with a 1 quart soapy enema. If I'm really plugged up the second will be a 2 quart soapy followed by two 2 quart water rinses. The last rinse is almost always with a colon tube to get the last of the soap completely out.
My record is about 4 on one evening. Up to 3 qts.
For a soapy enema, I take a hand-size bar of ivory soap and cut it in half and then cut the halfs in half again, and then cut each piece in half again. Each piece is then disolved for a one 2-qt enema. I find that I can't retain or take more volume. From others experience, is this because I'm using too much soap?
Does anyone know if soapsuds enemas (even if followed up with a rinse enema) can over time lead to irritable bowel or colitis?
I have, once or twice, needed as many as 5 to get to a clear return.
I got really stopped up once when I was about 13 or 14 years old and it took 5 or 6 bags of soapy water and a couple of plain water rinses and the whole afternoon to get me cleaned out but I felt much better afterward.
My favorite enema is a nice very soapy (Ivory) enema. I'm guessing there's a point where too many soapy enemas isn't good. I have no idea what that is. Obviously one a month is ok. is one a week ok? two a week? 5 a week? Anyone have any opinions on how many is too many? I've never done more than two in a week, and sometimes i do them on back to back nights. I've felt fine after the double so far, but I figured I'd throw this question out to the rest of you fine folks. Thoughts are greatly appreciated!
P.S. sometimes i have time for a rinse, sometimes not. I've never really felt much difference either with a rinse or without. thanks!
Don't know the upper limit, but i usually take one a week and been doing so for a few yrs, without major problems
One or two a week is probably not going to cause any problems, frequent use of enemas can cause dependence on enemas for bowel movements. To frequent varies from person to person, but dependence usually takes a while (weeks) to develop.
I usually got two soapy enemas a week growing up and then a rinse. Have never had any problems and still do soapy enemas.
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