Can You Use Anal Douches in the Shower?

Posted by Anna Bergeron on

Most of the time when deciding to anal douche, you’ll probably want to be in the bathroom anyway. This puts you near the toilet, so you have somewhere to expel all the liquid once you’re finished.

It’s also a room that’s much easier to clean up, just in case something doesn’t go entirely to plan.

If you’re going to be in the bathroom anyway, you might wonder if you can just do it in the shower. 

This is actually a great idea, as there is still a suitable drain for the liquid to flow away after douching, and it means you can do it as part of your normal showering routine.

Many people often have a shower after they anal douche anyway, so doing both at the same time can be a real timesaver!

If you are going to douche in the shower, then you should make sure that you have prepared everything you’re going to need before you get in.

It can be a real pain in the butt to have to keep getting in and out of the shower because you forgot something.

Performing the douche is exactly the same as it would be if you weren’t in the shower.

Simply insert your liquid, hold, then let it go! Be careful you don’t slip over while letting your liquid out and keep going until you’re completely cleared out.

Once done, you can finish up in the shower just like you usually would.

Shower Douches/Shower Shots

For those of you who find douching during your showers to be the preferred way to do things, you might want to look into investing in a shower shot douche.

These are essentially small nozzles which attach directly to your shower hose or the faucet itself. How you decide to attach it will depend on how often you plan to use it

Shower shot douche nozzles can really speed up the process of douching in the shower.

Everything is right there and ready to go, and you don’t even need to heat up the liquid as it runs directly out of your pipes.

Just take care not to have the water too hot or you might end up with a nasty burn inside your rectum!

Another consideration you need to make when using these nozzles is the pressure of the water. Even though it might seem like water comes out of your taps at a consistent rate, your house will actually have constantly varying water pressure.

You need to pay attention to this, as a sudden burst of high pressure water going directly into your rectum can cause some serious damage. 

If you have no time to buy a new enema kit, then this Homemade Anal Douches article will give you an idea what to use.

So, if you’ve ever thought it might be easier to douche while showering, give it a go!

It can even be a great way to get started if you’ve been considering douching but are a bit worried about the mess it might make.

With a good shower douching technique, you’ll be squeaky clean both inside and out when you step out of the shower!



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