When I am going to be given enemas there is usualy no advance warning. Very little time expires before I see the full bag and the tube being inserted.
The one exception is in the case of severe constipation. Then I am served castor oil mixed with orange juice early in the day. I know then that I wil be given a series of enemas several hours after the castor oil does its job.
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Date Posted:Monday, August 23, 2010, 12:42: pm
The only way I knew that I was getting an enema was my mother would tell me when we where alone.She would say that after my father and younger brother whew out in the yard or in the den playing video games that we would go into the bathroom.It never bothered me knowing I was getting an enema.I guess it was beacuse it was done in private and my mother was very gentle when giving me the enema.Although it was a 2qt open top bag I had very little problem taking the entire contents since mom did it very slowely.
Date Posted:Monday, August 23, 2010, 01:56: pm
The only warning we ever got was that if we didn't go by bath time we would have to go over her lap. After she got sick our brother would just tell us mom said to give us one. And within 10 minutes a nozzle was in place and the water flowing.
The only realy advance warning we got was if one of us kids was home sick an enema would be given when we got home from school. If a weekend than before breakfast with the sick one getting another at bath time.
Date Posted:Tuesday, August 24, 2010, 01:12: pm
Mom didn't have to tell me that she was going to give me an enema if I stayed home from school, it was automatic. Other wise she would tell my sister or me that she was going to give one or both of us an enema that evening after dinner. Back then neither of us like enemas.
Date Posted:Friday, September 10, 2010, 03:56: pm
Until I was old enough to learn the warning signs of an impending enema, I was never warned. I would be "invited" into a spare bedroom in which everthing was ready for me.