This year, 2017, I hve been sick almost every weekend. What ever it is that's going around NYC, I keep getting it over and over.
This morning, I really planned to go to church. And just couldn't get it together. I realized around 11:00 AM that I was sick again. I've been fantasizing about enemas and that, itself, is often a symptom. I procrastinated until around 12:30 PM.
First thing I did was start a large pot of coffe. 10 cups of coffee (probably 6 oz cups.)
I should point out that I regularly take 6 quart enemas after a couple flush out enemas of 4 to 5 quarts.
My first enema was about 5 quarts of soapy water. Ivory soap & baby shampoo. Moderate temperature water. Expelled over 15 minutes.
My second enema was clear water, about 5 quarts. Moderate temperature. Again expelled over 15 minutes.
The third enema was 6 quarts. Again moderate to warm temperature. I struggled to get that one all in. Then I expelled it over 15 minutes.
I have a timer set to 15 minutes.
My next enema was 4 quarts of coffee. I mixed the hot coffee with more moderate temperature water. I planned to retain this one and wanted the temperature moderate. I set the timer to 15 minutes and took the enema. The 4 quarts flowed into me in about 3 to 4 minutes. Then I retained the results for the remainder of the 15 minutes. When I hold an enema for over 10 minutes, I can feel the ileocecal valve inside me open. I can feel the water flow around inside me and the pressure relieves. At the end of the 15 minutes, I refilled my enema jug with another 4 quarts of water. I often do 6 quart enema, and figured I would test how much of the extra 4 quarts I could take. Again, the water flowed around inside me. Much to my surprise, I took all of the extra 4 quarts! Thus I had 8 quarts in me! There is no way of retaining that for long, so I expelled it over 15 minutes or more.
My last enema, was again 4 quarts, held for 15 minutes, followed by 4 quarts to a total of 8 quarts. Then expelled.
I was surprised I could take 8 quarts. But notice it was not a straight gushing flood of water.
Guess I could call that a "Royal Flush!"
I was done about 4:20 PM.