Hi i just bought some fleet brand gylcerin suppositories, and i was wondering how many i could take a one time, can they cause any type of injurie to me? any help would be great
I use glycerin suppositories when I need to go but don't want to wait for mother nature to do her thing. they generally help when I am constipated, and when that happens I get a head ake. However, for enjoyment and a complete clean out i will use an enema. Generally will take two two quart enemas, the first to Clean me out and the second to finish up the job, but i will put on a diaper before I expel the second one.
Suppositories can create their own wonderful sensations. They are not just pre-exam or pre-enema. Because individuals have different reactions to the same treatment I suggest that you try suppositories.
You can start with Glycerin, say 2 supps. This is a fairly mild, slow building stimulation for most people. For me the urge never becomes irresistible but I will get soft, wet movements later in the day.
Dulcolax is another story. Again, try 2 supps. For me, I feel things happening in my bowel within 15 minutes and urges begin. Holding in will result in subsequent stronger urges every few minutes until the urge becomes irresistible. I can hold 2 Dulcolax for about 45 minutes if I concentrate, they produce a forceful movement.
I like to insert 2 glycerin and 1 Dulcolax supp. The glycerin draws water into the bowel and the Dulcolax is a more powerful stimulant. After 30-45 minutes I will fill a diaper with a very large soft movement. This is very satisfying to me.The opportunity to get up and move around while having stronger and stronger urges allows for more playing than an enema. Personally I like to read Zity while allowing the urge to build until I fill a diaper involuntairly.
I usually follow up suppositories with enemas, frequently 4-6 crushed Dulcolx tablets in 2qt of water administered in the knee-chest position. This results in a very strong urge to evacuate in less than 10 minutes and goes higher than the suppositories.
One potential appeal of suppositories when compared to enemas is the matter of time; the only prep time required for a supp is to unwrap it (assuming that it is wrapped, commonly they are) whereas there is considerably more time is required to prep the enema... However both DO involve Rectal Insertion :D ... If you are only interested in causing a poo, the speed may be more important, although supps cannot claim to be as Effective as enemas for this purpose. Also, some people build their own suppositories, making them larger in diameter and longer than the ones commercially available. This, of course, will result in a different feel when compared to an enema nozzle, and for some folk, this is what they REALLY want, and see it as an advantage over an enema.
All that I can suggest is to do a personal trial, and draw your own conclusion. I mean, I have no way of knowing what You are seeking...
does anyone get aroused when making there own suppositories ?
Suppositories can be used as "prep" or for their own attributes. Whereas an enema - even a slow one - produces a volume-driven need for release, suppositories produce a chemical/biologic need for release (at least, until the suppository has drawn meaningful amounts of water into the colon). Resisting either can require concentration and muscle control, and both can cause cramps, but suppositories create more "urge" than "demand" - or at least, less rapidly. There is, of course, a point-of-no-return moment for both, so in that way there is a similarity.
I've never received a suppository, though would be open to. Can anyone explain the appeal
of them over an enema? I don't see how they can compare, or am I missing something? Is this for enjoyment, or is a suppository usually used "pre-exam" or "pre-enema"?
Pls fill in the gap.
I love to do liquid glycerin suppositories they are much more stronger and works faster then the solid ones. I get my liquid glycerin at Walmart or a similar store in the First Aid area of the store. Also you can find an oral syringe with bottle stopper with hole to draw the glycerin out into the oral syringe. Once loaded lube if ya want and insert all the way and inject liquid. Now wait a couple minutes and then you really gotta go.
It should not be necessary to wet nor glycerin or dulcolax suppositories before pushing them in. They have the natural grease and ought to melt in the warmth of the rectum
well i never lubricated them or had them lubricated
Just took 2 glycerin suppositories about half ago and lets just say it did the trick.
I just posted somewhere else about the manner in which one might lubricate these things. Sometimes my parents ran the suppository under the tap for a second, sometimes (the very few occasions when they were given in a bedroom not a bathroom) I can remember the "jelly bomber" being dipped in a beaker of water, or seeing it floating in the beaker. And at other times (during the punishment routine, or if it was a soapstick not a glycerin supp) I can remember them lubing it with vaseline - something I know I've done when access to running water wasn't possible.
I love suppository glycerin
My former wife was big on Glycerin Suppositories, her mother started her on them when little.
She also asked me for enemas, must have given her over 200 with various equipment.
When we went to the Ocean on vacation, the first night after dinner would go to a drugstore on boardwalk and buy a jar.
At various times had jars of 12, 25, 50 and a 100.
Often said: "Don't tie up the bathroom, I have one up there".
Once I bought her infant ones, she had to take several.
At least two times, when asleep gave her an enema up her big, shapely fanny. Maybe a suppository, too.
She would wake up and say: "that's mean". And run to the bathroom.
Glycering suppositories have never worked for me. I have no idea why, but they just don't. Maybe I have a cold ass?
FHowever, liquid glycerin works great.
Try using glycerine soap as a suppository, it will melt faster...
Glycerine Suppositories do take lot of time to melt,they reduce very little in size even if you hold them up your butt for hours.
I was constipated really badly. so i bought some glycerin 96% w/w Glycerin 2.9g in each bullet. I had to use 3 one after the other, ejecting each one as i went. cause the constipation pain was unbearable. my stool wanted out. the 3rd time i let it stay in for about 30 minutes and was finally able to release most of the known clogged stool. I woke up the next day and had diarrhea really badly, ever since. for the past 2 days I've had bowel pains of "wet bowels" like your gonna blow all over, and then the odd time i get a good movement. Now its starting to burn. Should I go see a doctor? or is there something i can ingest to counteract and dry up my bowels?
the trick to a very full nappy is a very full bowel. so for two or three days take an anti diarrhoea preparation. this will suppress any need for a bowel movement. eat normally with the emphasis on fibre and bulk to ensure a full bowel. then, when you are ready slip in 2 to 6 glycerin suppositories and after your nappies and plastic pants dress normally.
I find the initial action is calming leaving you wondering if anything is going to happen.
after a while stage two sets in. a vague uneasiness settles in my belly. maybe I will need the toilet soon. the devil within me stops me heading for the boy's room. after all I am in nappies
Then stage three catches up on me. my bowels cramp into spasm. I jig up and down. the spasm passes only to return stronger again and again. then it cramps too strongly and I humiliate myself. trying not to dirty my nappy turns to trying to fill my nappy.
The bulge forming in the seat of my nappy tells all
try to put 1 or 2 dulcolax suppos in 80 to 100 ml of water. I use a syringe to shoot it fast inside the body. It will not even take 5 minutes to make you go with big results :)
heidi2011, how long and how wide are these custom suppositories? Do you just take one or do you sometimes take more? Do they hurt much?
^^^^ It sounds very unusual for a plain water enema to cause a rise in blood sugar, even in diabetics.
Typically, if you stay better hydrated, your blood sugar will go down slightly.
Taking a clear water enema is essentially the same as drinking some water. Mind you, if you take a two quart enema, and even if you hold it for half an hour, you will probably absorb a maximum of a pint of water because you will expel the rest.
Someone mentioned here the effects of some things inserted will cause a rise in blood sugar in DIABETICS. I have noted no change when using glycerine suppositories, but even clear water enemas will cause a sygnificant rise. But why?
lolol I have had that happen. Seems that many years ago, I purchased a non-name suppository and my gf and split a whole bottle without any response. Think brand and age may be important.
I have noticed that several people have posted about making large size glycerin suppositories. It's easy to melt regular glycerin suppositories in a micro then pour them into a mould (my GF uses long uninflated baloons, then puts then into the freezer.) One of these torpedoes up your heine works wonders, she makes them very long and fat...long enough that if you are wearing a tight thong that you can't push one out. Modern glycerin suppositories are too small. My GF is a nurse and introduced me to the "instant glycerin suppository".. an empty 1oz Fleet bisacodyl enema bottle filled to the brim with liquid glycerin plus a teaspoonful of castile soap. It has a prelubricated tip and you can carry it in your purse ready for action, anytime anywhere. Quite comfortable and gets copious results in 5 minutes or less.
I know this is a bit of a dig, but a few days ago i challenged myself to take an entire bottle of 100, it was quite fun.
i recently took and held a old glycyrin suppository for an hour, and it did still not melt fully, do these suppositories expire?
Depending on the brand some do melt more than others. My experience is that those by Fleets melt the most and do seem to be more effective. Some other brands and the generics sometimes available seem to be less inclined to melt as much. Obviously the longer you retain them the more they melt. How long you can hold is determined by your own body and some people seem to react more quickly than others. Suppositories can be lots of fun for those inclined to utilize them to their greatest potential. A suppository with a plug for forced retention can add greatly to the sensation. Well worth exploring for those that haven't. Also a few suppositories as a kickoff prior to an enema can get the body charged and make the enema a lot more exciting. That works best with a good nozzle type plug or an inflatable. Try it, you might like it.
Dow chemical states the melting point is about 59F. Impurties most likely will change this number......up or down who knows. As stated in this thread in the human body one does not know. Bottom line I guess is what ever makes your boat float.
To me they don't melt at all. They just go out practicaly the same form than when they went in.
Even better than homemade strong suppositories is a high glycerin enhanced soapsuds enema. Prepare the largest soapsuds enema you can comfortably take, and fill a 4 ounce bulb syringe (or empty Fleet Enema bottle) with USP glycerin. Hang the enema bag at least a meter (40 inches) above the level where your anus will be, and lubricate both tubes. Insert the bulb syringe, and empty it as quickly as you can. Remove it, immediately insert the enema tube, and open the clamp for full flow.
While taking the soapsuds enema, squeeze and relax your anus repeatedly, so the soapy water dislodges the glycerin and forces it high inside you. Hold the enema in as long as you possibly can, so the glycerin remains high in your colon.
When you finally start to go, your bowel will force the glycerin down, and be coated with glycerin all the way down. This gives me powerful cramps that last for hours, and I have to go again every few hours.
Don't repeat this for at least 2 weeks to give your bowel time to recover.
Make sure you insert the suppository against the rectal wall. Its designed to cause stimulation of the bowel and get things going. If you pop the thing inside the colon it just sits there and most likely will do nothing.