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Re: Colonic Irrigation

Postby SarahC » Tue Feb 19, 2008 1:57 pm

Hey, bear, sorry I just found this thread now. I've had it done quite a few times in the past. I reckon it's alright, just the cramping that I find a bit stressful :oops: Well done for having the courage to go for it!! (I've got an old thread somewhere in the "lifestyle talk" section regarding it if you want to go digging around)
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Re: Colonic Irrigation

Postby sunshine » Sat Feb 23, 2008 8:57 pm

GOD GAWD ALMIGHTY I just found this thread and it has to be the best of the yr so far. I agree with the comment about childbirth, from a womans perspective, once you give birth your dignity is trampled on, so anything else is a walk in the park. But I can understand how a man could find this stressful, thanks guys for making me smile tonight after reading these posts :D :D :D :D :D :D
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Re: Colonic Irrigation

Postby lng86 » Mon Feb 25, 2008 2:53 pm

My dad is actually a renal specialist. I must ask his opinion on the matter!
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Re: Colonic Irrigation

Postby phatcappy » Wed Feb 27, 2008 3:23 pm

JP1 wrote:haha didnt know what to expect when l opened this thread... had the drop and cough on my Army medical and l believe the finger... wasn't a very nice experience and one I'd put to the back of my mind until now (surprise surprise :wink: ) but rather you than me bear me old son 8) - hehe there was two things I knew I'd never have done again after leaving the Army. One was to NEVER have to called some t*o*s*s*e*r sir again and the second was to have a gloved finger shoved where the sun should never shine :mrgreen:


Lol, i was in the army reserves for 3 years and needless to say not once did anyone stick a finger up my arse. maybe the medical officer just took a fancy to you :)
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