How to use an anal douche

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If you engage in anal play or bottoming, you may be wondering how to clean yourself out before anal sex. After all, we were not taught this in sex ed and often have to figure it out on our own. There are many ways to clean up, get comfortable, and feel confident before anal sex, and one of those ways is to use an anal douche. While we love douching for how effective and easy it is, there are proper measures that should be taken to make sure that you are doing it safely. Below, Dr. Goldstein explains how to anal douche properly while answering the most common questions about all things related to anal cleansing.

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Aside from calling your best mate a "douche", how often do you really hear people talk about anal douching? I write about sex all day and can confirm, I rarely hear those two very important words uttered. But, anal douching is a key part of sex for many people - well, those who are into butt stuff , anyway. Human sexuality expert Dr. Jill McDevitt, from CalExotics , explains everything you need to know before using an anal douche. Put simply, anal douching is rinsing out the rectum.

Anal douching

Rectal douching is the act of rinsing the rectum with intent to clean it. An instance of this rinsing or a tool used to perform the rinse may be called a rectal douche. Rectal douching is a hygienic practice to clean the rectum to void hardened stools as opposed to a pharmaceutical method to soften the stool. Rectal douching is distinguished from anal cleansing , which is the routine cleaning of the anus after defecation , and enema , which is the rinsing of part of the large intestine. Liquid, typically water, is inserted into the rectum by means of some tool.
In case you didn't read the literary phenom as a kiddo, here's a quick reminder: Everyone poops. Now, when it comes to the wonderful world of anal sex , this isn't always the case. Key word: always. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but when you insert something, err, down there, you run the risk of ramming into the rectum and causing a little leakage—which is more likely to happen if stool's still sitting inside.