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Anal douching is becoming much more commonplace in recent years. Not only gay men, but heterosexual and even lesbian couples have begun to indulge in the practise, some cleaning their rectum daily to prevent the build-up of faeces and bacteria. While the practise is perfectly safe for the most part, there are some dangers to regular or excessive douching that you should be aware of if you plan to take up the practise.
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When planning to put anything inside your anus, one of the most common worries is that of hygiene. While a lot of people like to just use the bathroom a little while in advance of their anal activities, and make sure they have a bit of a wash down there, some like to take it even further.
Anal douching is a practise adopted by many people to keep the rectum clean and debris free in preparation for anal sex. It is done by feeding liquid into the rectum and then allowing it to pass back out carrying any leftover faeces or bacteria out of the body. This liquid is inserted through an anal douche. Douches can come in a variety of styles and sizes, so it’s important to know what kind you should buy.
Anal douches can be great tools to help you feel extra clean before anal sex. Sometimes though, you get caught a little off guard. You might have suddenly arranged a meet, but not left enough time to pop to the store and pick up an anal douche. In this situation, you’ll probably be looking for other options to get your rectum squeaky clean.
You’ll find an absolute ton of articles out there, talking about many different aspects of anal douching. One thing that tends to be slightly glossed over a lot though, is the actual liquid used in the douche. While many people will stick to good old-fashioned water, there is a huge range of different fluids you could use, each with their own benefits and risks. You should always have a good knowledge of substances you put into your body, so it’s a sensible idea to do some research first.
Many guides to anal play and anal sexual activity mention that a short session of anal douching before you start is advised. While not everyone does this, it can help allay any fears of encountering bits of faeces while you enjoy yourself. Douches aren’t for everyone, but in case you were wondering about whether they’d be useful for you we have prepared a short guide for you.