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Date Posted: Thursday, September 06, 2012, 04:11: pm
It’s nice to see your response on this part of the Enema Question thread, and thank you for the compliment.
You’ve confirmed my thoughts that you only take or give enemas for health purposes.
Marvin my husband was born in 1950 and I in 1954, making us 62 and 58 respectively. After reading Bob63’s posting and also if you went to the Enema and Girdle thread and read Marvin’s posting you’ve become aware we also enjoy recreational enemas and, as a couple, have done so since about 6-monthes after we were married in 1975.
Both my husband and I received enemas while growing up and our reaction to them was probably the same as any youngsters receiving enemas at home on a regular or semi-regular basis. For me things became more, shall I say, “Acceptable” after entering puberty at age 12. For Marvin it was when he was much younger, age 9, while receiving 9-enemas in 14-days in the hospital after an emergency appendectomy when his appendix ruptured.
Hopefully we will still continue to appreciate the close, caring and loving companionship as we care for each other in either health or play, with both of us able to enjoy what I like to refer to as “additional benefits” that enemas provide for many years to come.
Before I close, I’d like to mention something that Marvin told me about his mother who was a Licensed Practical Nurse. I hope you don’t find it offensive and if you do I apologize.
She worked in a hospital and also did private duty calls on the side. There was one male patient who needed care at home and his wife would call at least twice a week and request his mother to come and administer an enema to her husband. Often Marvin took those calls and was usually told that his mother gave her husband wonderful gentle enemas and was never in a hurry to just get it over with, so he only wanted her to enema him. She did for a little over 4 years until his wife passed away and he had to go into a care facility.
One Saturday afternoon his mother had a number of nurse friends at their home for lunch and a chat and their conversation was about nursing and patient care. Marvin overheard his mother mention the following:
I have the sweetest couple who’ve who celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary last week, she’s 75 and he’s 78. I’m called to go over there at least twice and sometimes three times a week to give him enemas; the first is a quart and a half of mild soap suds and then later as much of 2-quarts of saline as he can tolerate, usually most if not all of it. He always tells me that I give his enemas batter that anyone else ever has. They are so cute a couple and she’s always present as I give both enemas. Once I get the colon tube started in and the enema flowing I pull the sheet over him and reach under it holding the tube in. His wife is fully dressed and lies on the bed next to him and puts one arm around him and the other under the sheet. They hold each other and as they cuddle, kiss repeatedly and I think she’s also fondling him with the hand under the sheet. Sometimes I feel that I’m being more than a nurse, that I’m an aid to their enjoyment of other things.
One of the other nurses ask. How long has this been going on?
His mother replied, almost a year and a half. And something else has developed; a few months ago his wife told me that he had confided to her that he’s like more lubrication and if it would be OK with me if she could prep him for the enema while I made the enema up? I told he yes and gave her a glove to put on. When I had the enema ready I went into the bedroom with it and he was on his side and she was holding his hip up and had her finger all the way into him as she twisting it he was giving loud sighs. When she saw me she stopped, pulled her finger out, told me that he was ready, pulled the glove off, went to the other side of the bed and lay down next to him. As I was putting the colon tube into him he remarked that I’m glad you allowed her to do that, it feels so much better going in. Her lubing of him for both enemas has continued ever since.
Another nurse remarked, patient care can come in many forms, just make sure it doesn’t go beyond what’s happening now.
Again, I hope you don’t find this offensive.
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