Enema Equipment Cleanup

Enema Information colon cleanse enema equipment

Enema resources for a better life

Hopefully your first enema went well. Cleanup should be relatively easy. Here are a few tips to help you.

In years past it was a common sight to see the family enema bag hanging on the back of the bathroom door to dry.
Unfortunately in today's society we are confronted with diseases that are killers and are easily passed to other people.
Like HIV, AIDS, Hepatitis, chlamydia.

Nowadays it is in good idea for each person in the family to have their own personal enema bag.

  • Wash your enema bag, hose and nozzles with a good bacterial soap.
  • A 10% bleach solution is good to soak your enema bag, tubing and nozzles for a few minutes to sanitize them. Rinse all of you equipment with plain water after you use any bleach solution.
  • Many people like to sanitize their equipment in boiling water, only do this if you are sure that the plastic parts will not melt.
  • Hang the bag to dry. Dry air will retard mold growth.
  • You can also run 1 qt. of baking soda solution through your enema bag when this dries it will leave and alkaline residue on the inside of the bag and tubing which will retard any type of mold growth.
  • Try not to use your enema bag for anything else and don't share it. Your enema bag should be a very personal item, for your use only especially in today's society.
  • Clean and sanitize any linens and such as you would items used in the hospital setting. A 10 percent bleach solution is good for sanitation.
     

 

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Warning: Do not use enemas or laxatives if abdominal pain, nausea, or vomiting are present unless directed by your health care provider.
Rectal bleeding or failure to have a bowel movement after use of a laxative or enema may indicate a serious condition.
Discontinue use and consult your health care provider.

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