Article: Enema Training for Diaper Boys & Girls

By | February 23, 2016

As many of you know, I’m a big fan of using enemas on the girls that come into my care. I am asked often about usage and such, so thought I would share my take on enemas in diaper training.

Safety:

– Always make sure your enema equipment is cleaned thoroughly before and after use. Make sure it is allowed to dry out completely after each use to avoid bacterial growth.

– Never hang a bag more 24 inches above the rectum when in use. Water is very powerful. Hanging the bag any higher can cause pain and be potentially dangerous.

– Use sufficient lube when inserting nozzles for obvious reasons.

– Never gag your sub while administering an enema, as one common side effect of enemas is nausea.

– Do not administer more than one or two enemas a week, as it may lead to dependence on them. Multiple enemas in one session is relatively safe, however.

Other than that, enemas are surprisingly safe and effective. There are many studies that show the benefits of enemas if you care to check them out.

Cleansing Enemas:

Cleansing enemas are exactly that. Designed to clean out the bowels prior to anal intercourse, strap-on play or simply to prevent messy diapers at an inopportune time. They vary from full bag enemas up to two or three quarts to smaller Fleet or Bulb Syringe enemas. While most people just use water for cleansing enemas, you can add a small amount of Castile soap to the mix for a thorough cleaning. Of course, with a soapy enema, a clear water flush will be necessary afterward.

2_Quart_Enema_Bag_EThe two quart bag enema is a staple for any enema user. They are relatively inexpensive and easy to attain. You can find different versions at most retail stores(Walmart, Pharmacies, etc), online at Amazon and specialty enema stores. Bags sold under $10 should be replaced fairly often, but many specialty bags can last for many years will regular cleaning and care.

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The bulb syringe is a very good way to administer the exact amount of water or solution that you want to use. Since clearing the bottom part of the colon is all that is really necessary for anal play, this is often the easiest method for cleaning.

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The disposable enema is a mainstay for anal enthusiasts, as you don’t have to worry about cleaning equipment. They come in three varieties; saline, mineral oil and bisacodyl. For cleaning, saline is almost always the best choice. Mineral oil and bisacodyl are more effective for other types of enemas.

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Training Enema:

Training enemas are for when your diaper boy or girl tries to resist using their diapers. Rather than wait for the discomfort to overwhelm them, you can ensure a very messy diaper yourself. Enemas that promote desperation are usually your best bet and focus on teaching your sub that they are not in control of even their basic bodily functions. It is often necessary to use some form of bondage to prevent them from rushing to the toilet. Handcuffs, straitjackets, locking plastic pants and cages are a great option.

enema-bagBag enemas will ensure a very full and messy diaper, but can often be too much for many diapers to handle. If you choose this method, I would suggest very thick diapers with stuffers and tight plastic pants. Many subs are capable of holding clear water enemas for extended periods of time, so I suggest adding small amounts of glycerin to the mix to speed the reaction.

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Disposable enemas are great for quick training. If you notice your sub is resisting their training, a mineral oil or bisacodyl disposable enema will lead to a very messy diaper within thirty minutes. Saline is hit or miss for many subs and doesn’t always illicit a response.

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Mini-Enemas are great for training. They come in a very small tube, which is squeezed right into the butt. Strong contractions come relatively quickly, which leads to a very solid bowel movement within fifteen or twenty minutes. By far the best choice for when you want your sub to experience a solid load in their diaper.

Punishment Enema:

Punishment enemas can vary from mild to extreme, depending on the method. The trick is to create discomfort for your sub – not pain. In general, most punishment enemas are simply retention enemas, where your sub is unable to release his/her bowels until the punishment is over. However, some punishment enemas are based on size or temperature of the enema.

31VNMI8fulL._AC_UL320_SR246,320_Retention enemas usually require a method of preventing evacuation. An inflatable nozzle is usually the best option, however, butt plug nozzles can serve in a pinch. Simply insert the nozzle, inflate it to proper size(will vary base on your sub) and release the enema. Make sure they hold the enema for a predetermined amount of time(15-20 minutes is sufficient). Then remove the nozzle, pull up their diaper and wait for the release. Retention enemas tend to cause much larger and much longer releases, which is an additional aspect of this punishment.

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1_b546388ccbf2c0b21a158a73b41a995dLarge enemas can be used for punishment as well. While two quarts is usually sufficient for an average enema, three or four quarts can often be given as punishment. The larger the enema, the more the sub will cramp and feel bloated.

For larger enemas, I would highly recommend very thick diapers with stuffers and tight plastic panties. This might also be the time to actually allow your sub to use the toilet. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!

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2_Quart_Economy_Enema_ECool water enemas can be particularly harsh. If you go this route, be sure the water is cool – NOT COLD – for safety reasons. Cool water enemas will cause intense cramping, so should be considered a very harsh punishment. Your sub will be exhausted after a cool water enema, so keep that in mind.

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