How to give or take a simple Warm Water Enema.
An Enema can be very
beneficial to your intestinal health.
"Relieve constipation fast in just a few minutes."
Without waiting for a day or two for a laxative to work.
Administering or Receiving an enema is simple to do.
- You will need a fountain syringe
or something similar for administering the enema.
( You can usually find some enema equipment the drugstore, or some supermarkets.
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- A warm comfortable place to lay down to receive your enema, positions to use while receiving an enema.
Fill enema bag with warm filtered water (103°Fahrenheit.)
Warm water is soothing and more relaxing to the colon. Cold water will cause some
Hang the fountain syringe 12 to 18
inches above rectum. Open clamp and allow
air to escape tubing before inserting enema
nozzle or rectal tube into the anus. You can lubricate the nozzle w/ Super
Salve Surgilube or any suitable lubricant this makes insertion of the nozzle easier
and more comfortable.
- Lay down and insert nozzle, open hose clamp. Allow water to slowly fill the colon, If you feel full or begin to cramp stop or
slow water for a little bit, when the feeling subsides begin flow again. Massaging
the abdomen during these times will make a more comfortable experience. Try to take the
entire bag, stopping and starting the water flow as needed. After you have taken the
entire bag. You should try and hold the solution for a few minutes or you can move to the toilet and release your enema.
When receiving the enema:
Massage abdomen in a counter-clockwise direction this will help move the solution higher
into the colon.
Massaging the abdomen during the administration of an enema will help the recipient accept
more of the enema solution.
When expelling the enema:
Massage abdomen in a clockwise direction this will help move the solution back toward the
rectum and anus.
Massaging the abdomen while expelling the enema helps move the solution and feces toward
the rectum and out the anus.
Hold the enema for a few minutes to allow the enema to do it's job.
(5 to 10 minutes is usually sufficient for a decent result
- When you are ready move to the toilet and release
- After you have finished releasing your enema remember to clean your enema equipment with soap and water and hang
enema bag and tubing up so they can air dry. Use a disinfectant soap to wash your enema
equipment then rinse and let air dry.
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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