| What is a Air Enema ?
It is where air is injected into the rectum and or colon to completely distend part of or the entire large intestine.
However there are people that wish to feel the distention of the colon without having to fill there intestine with a enema solution.
Their are times when people want too experience of feeling a full colon without having to sit on the toilet and wait to expel enema solution and feces. This can be done by injecting plain ordinary air into the colon with a syringe.
Be aware that injecting air into the colon will probably produce cramps.
The best type of syringe for doing this is the Higginson syringe. Or an inline bulb syringe.
You can insert the nozzle end into the anus and pump as much air as you are comfortable with. Or you can also place the suction end of the tube into a bowl of enema solution and take as much enema solution as you want.
You can also use an adult bulb enema syringe to inject air into the colon
Medical Type Air Enema:
(Test type1) This test uses a special x-ray machine that take
many pictures of the inside of the abdomen showing the distended colon. A computer then
transforms this into a 3-D colored image.
WHAT HAPPENS DURING TEST 1?
Don't mix air and water. If you have taken an enema, make sure you get all the water out before you put the air in. A mixture of water and air in the colon causes unbelievable cramps.
(Test type2) This test uses a special visual device that looks like a very long catheter and has a light on the end to illuminate the inside of the intestinal tract.
WHAT HAPPENS DURING TEST 2?
|Types of syringes you can use.
This enema can be achieved in a couple of ways.
You can use a bulb syringe
and inject bulb after bulb full of air into your rectum until you are completely filled.
(2) You can remove the hose from your enema bag and
insert the nozzle and into your rectum
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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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