I agree with Marsha in that women are more likely to take enemas. I think in general, women are more conscious about taking care of ourselves. I used to joke with my husband if men had periods they'd be a lot more sympathetic when we are emotional or when our insides are acting up or our heads are splitting.
My husband is a dream, but guess who has to remind him to see our doctor or quit putting off the dentist? I'm not the best at these necessities, either, but for the most part, guys aren't as concerned about health as we are.
This is no longer the "golden age" when most homes had enema bags, bulbs and the like, but enemas are certainly not dead if you consider the volume of disposables sold, the number of websites selling "equipment," the growth of coffee enemas and colon therapy. If my therapists are any indicator (I go twice a year), about 80% of their clients are women. I'm not surprised that many of their clients work in stressful positions and are moms balancing a career, home and kids.
Gallup doesn't poll on such matters (lol), but if Zity Biz did, I think we'd discover that enemas are still a women's domain for health more than men, but we ladies are not likely to reveal as much on forums such as this.