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Re: *sigh* ...is there any way i can "exercise" my peristaltic muscles??
 
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Re: *sigh* ...is there any way i can "exercise" my peristaltic muscles??


dear san, you've been so helpful and friendly, thank you for all your help~

yeah, i totally respect the many followers of the enema thing, i just worry that it isn't good to force liquid upwards, there, and just personally i wouldn't like it ...way cool that you included that diagram and link from relfe - i read on there too! but the diagram brought a concern to mind... do you think the pink loop drawn around the rectal canal represents the pelvic floor (pubococcygeal, not sure of the spelling, sorry ...or is the puborectalis muscle as mentioned also a sling)? because i know those muscles are sling like, and i was worrying, even though i do believe squatting is the natural way, that if the pelvic floor sling looped all the way back to the rectum i'd be scared that relaxing that muscle would leave the pelvic floor unsupported and that, as a female, something could push through/prolapse...

hey san, if a squatting platform might make you more comfortable ...you might be able to get them online - i've seen someone selling hand made wooden ones for (out of my budget) $179, but i've found a plastic one (which i have reservations about because of its environmental impact) for $25 that i want to get as soon as i can afford it... feel welcome to pm me if you want information on either of them, okay?

warmest wishes :)
missy
 

 
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