I am interested in using tampons as an enema plug.......could someone give me advice about application and use......
I've inserted tampons into sub but not with an enema inside of him. I just insert them and add a bit of water to "inflate" them. The feeling is what he enjoys. Though the strings can wick out some water if you don't watch out.
I've tried tampons but can only leave them in for 1-2 hours
I will say that tampons have always hurt me when used after an enema. The ones with the applicator always seem to poke the inside when used.
For me tampons after enemas are a good addition. Tampons with applicator go in easy. There are always a little wet left in the rectum. This will be absorbed by the tampon. Furthermore it's a great feeling, when the used tampon is removed.
Tampons don't work well if your full but are great after you expel to keep you from leaking.
I do not believe Menstrual cup enema can at the same hold, and any other tampon whatsoever. Themselves sometimes use tampon after visiting a toilet as an extra protection products. Remains always what still intestines water. In Germany is Kotex and Playtex tampons are not sold.
Consider trying a menstrual cup. Has anyone ever tried a menstrual cup for retaining an enema? Reusable, medical silicone, sounds like an interesting thing to try. I have been thinking of it. http://www.ladycup.eu/Menstrualcup.aspx I have heard of people with tampons that were too dry that tore skin.
antonia Kotex tampons may not be marketed in German, I assure you here in the States they are sold by the truck loads
Thank you all. This information valued and will keep me from possible injury.
SeanM58, I think you may have to compromise. If I were you I would try a different brand of tampon with a plastic applicator. They seem to go in easier and without getting soft and difficult to push the plunger.
You might try paper tube tampons again. Lubricate the insertion end of the tube and the tip of the tampon well and try not to get the lube on your fingers. You may find it easier if you use mineral oil or vaseline to lube your anus first.
Removing the tampon should not be a problem. Give it some time and you may expel it with nothing more than a little push. If you have a feeling that you want it out just sit on the toilet and give the string a tug. If you have used vaseline or mineral oil as a lubricant it should be especially easy.
After I have a colonic I tend to leak to various degrees. I have tried this but have a great deal of trouble getting it in. Is it difficult getting it out again? Are there specific brands that are easier to use? The tampons with plastic holders cut my skin and the paper tubes just get stuck outside. Any suggestions??
My tampon use is after evacuation and my patient need to leave before the last dribs and drabs have exited. A tampon inserted allows for relatively safe wearing of clothing with a teltail accident.
I have tried tampons in my ass . Not so great in my opinion.
The average tampon is too small to stop any enema leaks, and as someone previously said, if left in a while they seem to absorb the lube and can be a little rough coming out. Especially if you have had a few enemas or whatever previously and you are a bit sensitive in the area already.
I don't think they cause any serious damage so I recommend trying one to see what it is like.
I've tried this once as I had an ex girlfriend several years ago who thought it would be fun to stuff one into me. As I recall, it didn't really feel all that good. I never tried it again, in fact. They aren't really big enough to give you that full feeling and they tend to absorb all lubrication making removal rather unpleasant. There are just a lot of way better toys to use back there, like an inflatable enema nozzle, a Feeldoe driven by a wild woman, a Aneros toy, or a horny woman's fingers or tongue. I much preferred all of these to the tampon.
Is there any concern for Toxic Shock Syndrome when using tampons after enemas? One of the solutions the tampon industry had was to design a different tampon for each flow, such as light or junior for light flow, medium or regular for medium flow, heavy or super for heavy flow and super heavy for flowing like the Mississippi River. It seems that the risk of toxic shock came from using a tampon for a greater flow than what a woman was experiencing as it could cause bacteria to form and the longer it was left in, the more bacteria could spread. It can also be spread by packing the nose after nosebleeds or packing after surgeries, so it can happen anywhere.
I just worry about you guys and want you to be educated about the risks so please don't see this as a damper to your fun. I just don't want to lose any of you.
I have used tampoons after an enema many times. It adds to the enjoyment. Makes sure to lube the string end so it will slide out a little easier.
Tampon with a plastic applicator is indeed better, but greasing is necessary. Kotex tampons are not sold, sorry.
i have been using tampons for over 50 yrs my older sister use to put one in me after she gave me enemas it was a great fealing Bobbie
You caan insert a tampon up your bum after an enema it is perfectly safe, I have done it.
The easiest for me to use solo is Kotex Security. The applicator has the best designed grip in my option. I always carefully eject about a quarter of a inch and apply lub to the tampon end and gently reseat it in the the tube, this helps with insertion. I also use a panty liner or pad because the cord or string will "wick" once the tampon reaches the max absorbency as they will do in their designed usage ( Ladies know this ).
The cord, to much is made about the cord, it is well designed, guys...it isn't going to detached. Take one and dissect it and put new one in a glass of water, check it..........Oh most importantly always inspected the peddles, because they can and will CUT if the end isn't rounded.
Great idea. Would have never thought of this in a million years. I'm receiving a great education here as a novice!
In my experience, plastic applicators are the best for easy insertion. Liberal use of vaseline on the tip as suggested by mikeoiluk really helps prevent premature swelling that ruins the tampon. There is really no need to tie the strings together. I have never had a tampon not come out, even if the string is inside the rectum. May take a day, but it will come out with your next bowel movement.
One other suggestion. I usually "shoot" a little water up my butt after inserting the tampon. I have found that the cotton sometimes "sticks" to the rectum's delicate tissue and will sometimes cause a little bleeding. If the tampon is at least moist, it helps prevent this. Nothing serious, but bleeding is something I would prefer to avoid.
i dip the end of the Tampon adaptor in vaseline before inserting and it popes in with out swelling up
Hello inflatable, I suggest using tampons with a plastic applicator and "petals" that cover the business end. Lube it up very well before trying to insert, the do it quickly. A little practice may be helpful. Just insert, press and pull the applicator out. Good luck.
I have used them a few times to help hold an enema while having sex. they worked great, but had to insert the tampon before I took the enema. always had a problem with the tampon swelling in the aplicator and not being able to get it out if I tried to insert it after I had the enema in me.
I also use tampons after finished expelling the enema. Is always some water inside, enough to make a good spot. A tampon is sufficient and lubricating tampon aplicator is necessary
i have done that as well after i released to catch the little bits left after the enema and it worked great.
i used tampons many times. But not to hold in the enema. i use them after i am finished expelling the enema. Since you always seem to have some fluid left over, tampons come in very handy in absorbing it and keeping it from leaking out. Not a problem if you are wearing a pad or even disposable diaper, but you don't want to stain your pants or undies. Or maybe you do.....
I remember reading a similar post on another site where the experienced user strongly advised tying all the tampon strings together prior to insertion so that they could all be safely removed in unison.
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