difference between an Anal Douche and an Anal Enema is how much liquid
is used and how long the liquid is held. An Enema is designed to
flush out the entire intestinal track while an Douche is to be used to
flush out the rectal or the vaginal passage only.
can provide a way to become more familiar with your anus, rectum and the
thousands of nerve ending that respond to stimulation in the anal area.
The experience can actually become very sensual and erotic, while at the
same time cleansing the anal canal making way for true anal comfort and
Douching DOES NOT protect against transmission of STIs or HIV.
Douching also WILL NOT remove all the bacteria in the anal canal and DOES
NOT take the place of using a condom.
and/or Enema products come in three styles - Disposable, Bulb and Shower
Systems. Be sure to pay attention to the temperature of the water
you use. Nerve endings in the anal region don't accurately
sense temperature. Check the water temperature on the inside of your
your wrist before insertion. The water should be comfortable
- not too hot and not too cold.