Is there a good time period to wait between enemas in a session? I have tried everything from 5 minutes to a half hour and those times just don't seem to make the next enema easier any help?
Interesting question. I guess if you go for enemas every few minutes it would be more like an irrigation. I usually have about 20 minutes to a half an hour between; but some times longer and sometimes shorter, just depends on the mood.
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Even with a concerted abdominal massage it usually takes me about 45 minutes to clear out each of the first two enemas in a typical "Soap-rinse-treatment" series. So, I allow an hour to allow for meditation and rest before I stat the next injection.
One exception of course is the method where you take the first enema, expel about one-half of it than start a second enema to force the first enema further up in the colon.
Remember the solution ingredients and temperature will influence how the colon responds to enema. And of course, your mileage will vary. :)
Relax and enjoy.
If I feel that I need a second enema, I'll usually wait 20 to 30 minutes, taking it easy in between. I'll take small amounts of Gatorade or apple juice to help balance electrolytes.
wait time between enemas? how long does it take to refill the bag?
I only take a solo enema when I have time to relax as I take it usually starting with a soapsuds one and then wait at least an hour to an hour and a half till the next one, a saline of baking soda, so on a weekday M-F,I usually take them in the evening an hour or two after supper.
However when my husband and I are having an "E" play weekend, we'll each take 2 Friday evening with the same time separation. Then Saturday one more, in the early morning about 7AM, the next late morning 11:30AM or early afternoon not later then 12:30. The evening one will around 5 or 6PM then if there's a fourth about 10PM, Sunday will be the same way.
I have found about the same time as waterbaby stated seems to work very well.
I agree 20 to 30 mins. is a good wait time .sometimes i need more depending on how much cleaning out i need
I must say that I do three to four enemas in a cleans session and my first is the cleaning out one and then I go to the coffee and soda enema. between those two I take a good 20 to 30 minute laps time then after the coffee and soda I take about an hour four each consecutive one,
after the third or fourth I will rest for the day. I do get a little sweaty and I believe that is from the work my body has done as well as the toxins I am getting out of my system.
In my case I find it varies from session to session. I usually use the timer on my iPhone, and I find normally it is 45 to 50 minutes is the Most Comfortable time from start to start each sessions for me. I am looking for enjoyment not pain.
Just don't make the receiver walk around in a hotel lobby while holding.... ;D
massaging makes mine hurt more - does that mean i have too much liquid in?
Not necessarily-there are different reasons why it may hurt more but moving the water around during the massage may cause less or more pain(cramps) depending on the person.If you continue getting cramps while massaging just stop.I usually keep massaging as it works it downward and out.I don't usually cramp much so that's just my experience with them.
I find that two good big soapy enemas is enough for my body to tolerate without several hours rest. I begin to go lightheaded and sweaty. It may be because I take hypotensive treatments perhaps. Annyway, I take notice of what my body is telling me and I rest from any more solutions for a while and try to lie down and relax or even sleep
I usually always do four bags and it takes about two hours. I try to hold on to each one as long as I can.
It's important to listen to your own body.
I don't know that two enemas will ever be quite the same.
If you are feeling light-headed, dizzy or wrung-out, you should wait!
I find that, in a real system cleanout, I can do about one an hour, on average over the session.
Massaging the abdomen and side of abs working your way downwards usually helps with cramps and getting the fluids out-even if you are just experiencing normal bowel movements,diarrhea,cramps-massaging the abdomen is a good help.
I find if you have not emptied the first enema you will fill and not be able to take the complete next enema.
take your time and press on the colon while sitting on the bowl, raise your hands in the air and sway from side to side to help the first enema to come out.
remember that every body's colon is differant and reacts differant.
you may just need to work it out more than others and the water is retaining there longer and needs help out
Once I start I do them until the water runs pretty clear. Probably every 20 minutes or so.
If you've experimented with wait times between 5 and 30 minutes, and haven't determined an optimal time for yourself, you may be experiencing some condition that could require medical advise.
As long as you are taking enemas that aren't harsh or of an extreme volume or temperature, you should be able to repeat them every 30 minutes or less.
I find that a soapy enema will cleanse my system and permit another tap water enema of larger volume within 20-30 minutes. If time permits, I can take additional enemas every 20-30 minutes until I have accomplished the level of cleansing I desire.
I have taken repeated enemas over a period of about an hour to simulate a colonic. Each enema gradually exceeded the volume of the previous one until I was filling my bowel to the cecum. I then would finish with a smaller cold water enema.
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