Playing alone yesterday afternoon I made myself feel sick with an enema, something that is rare for me.
After first thoroughly emptying my colon with plain water, I filled an empty Fleet Extra bottle with 50/50 water and liquid glycerin. I shook it up well, and squeezed this mixture into me while on my bed in the classic Sims position. I followed up with a super-plus tampon to help retain it. I could feel the tingle of the solution all through my colon, all the way to my caecum. So far so good.
The urge to expel was, as anticipated, virtually immediate and incredibly intense. I made it seven minutes, all the while suffering a growing desperational raging urge to let it out. It brought tears to my eyes and unintentional vocalizations that upset my kitties. (This board is a place where I don't have to explain why an otherwise sane woman would do such a thing to herself purely for fun!).
When I let it out there was a copious amount of smelly brown stuff with it, that I know had not been in my colon before. The glycerin had to have stimulated my small intestine to move its contents downstream. Other than that surprise, so far still so good.
But shortly I started feeling light-headed, and it felt to me as though the glycerin had perfused all throughout my lower abdomen. At very first that was a sexy and exciting sensation, but it quickly became unpleasant. Even after several plain water rinses I still felt spacey and odd, and the feeling persisted for hours. It was difficult to urinate, and it felt burny. It wasn't until this morning that I felt normal again. Bum trip, dudes.
So my question for those more knowledgeable about physiology than I: do you think the colon will absorb glycerin, and that that was the cause of those symptoms? Anybody else have a similar experience with glycerin?