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Date Posted: 14:20:09 04/12/10 Mon
Yesterday I was doing my weekly cleanout and was laying there thinking as I was slowly inserting my colon tube (24" FR-32) HOW WOULD ONE DO AN INSERTION TO ONE'S PARTNER?
I know it takes time, experience, lots of lube, solution to flood the colon, but running into bends, folds in the colon, as well as pockets the end sometimes runs into, as well as fecal matter are all things only the receiver can feel and react to. For example, I can feel and react when the tube goes from the rectum to the sigmoid colon, and from the sigmoid to the decending colon. As I pass through these points I get a feeling not of pain but I can feel and of the relief of pressure. Then the tube slides freely until I reach the transverse colon. From this point on it's just a matter of when the tube free's up enought to slide the rest of the way. At this point I'm not able to twist any longer, just slowly push.
With all the position changes, breathing changes, drawing back and reinserting, twisting, and all the muscle movements around ones colon, I can't see how a giver could insert this tube without injuring his or her partner.
I'm not lucky enough to have ever had a partner, but like I said, while doing it yesterday I started thinking and became curious.