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Re: Temperature before enema or colonic


The first colonic I ever had was 25 years ago. The very first thing the therapist did was a brief physical, which included measuring my vitals. She took my blood pressure, looked in my ears, nose mouth and eyes. Then she had me lie down on my side on the the exam table, slipped the gown I was wearing off completely and slowly eased an icy cold thermometer deep into my rectum. She said it was the most accurate way of getting a body temp., plus it would help me relax for the last part of the exam, which was a through rectal and prostate exam. She was right - that was the most comfortable, and through, prostate exam I had ever had.

Unfortunately, nowadays, colon hydrotherapists are no longer allowed to touch the anus, much less apply lube or do rectal exams.
 

 
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