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Colonics vs. enema?


forgot to ask....

now that things have settled down a bit with the appendix, as far as I can tell, anyway, what do you think about colonics vs. trying to give myself a "high enema?" I had a short series of colonics in the past, the first and second seemed to help, but after that I just felt more bloated and actually less peristalsis, so I didn't go back.

I'm guessing your intestinal formulas and the other stuff I ordered will show up tomorrow or the next day, and I'll be starting those, but still a little freaked about anything more than the typical coffee enemas I've done in the past, which don't use enough liquid to fill the entire colon. I was reading a website today that said it wasn't so much about how far you insert the tube, but positioning so that the water went where it was supposed to. Part of the ick factor for me is shoving the tube in 10 inches, holy cow.

I know I got a cecum flush when I had the colonics, and she was really experienced, used the gravity method, etc. Do you think it's safe or a good idea at this point to get a colonic or two? Or am I better off attempting some home enemas? I usually do not see much when I do enemas myself, but I've never really done a "big one," and if you think a professional colonic would have the same effect, I'd almost rather do that - a couple times, anyway. It does get expensive.
 

 
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