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Re: Enema discrepancy.
 
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Re: Enema discrepancy.


hopelessminx . . .

The fact that the flow stopped upon insertion of the nozzle may have a very simple explanation. If the tip of the nozzle was up against a portion of your lower bowel wall, there would be no flow. As another member suggested here, learn about your own rectum. Use a gloved and lubricated finger and find out about the structure and shape of this important, often misunderstood portion of your anatomy.

Don't give up.

Art701
 
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