Speaking of the Clog in this Bowel Blog
What isn’t obvious about our En:kits site is that we aren’t trying to sell you an enema. Instead, we would rather be a help in managing chronic or intermittent constipation (yours, maybe?). To that end, we at En:kits happen to have created the best enema ever made so as to enable that goal to be realized…usually. But, an En:kits Enema isn’t all that is necessary to be successful most of the time. Alas, you have to know the ropes, too, so to speak, which is saying a lot in a little. That is why we have content on our site that is not at all related to buying something; it’s for learning how to alter and improve long-entrenched behavior. We suspect you’re anally oriented, thankfully, so you might even read it.
And, since nothing is perfect, i.e., En:kits will work well for a lot of people, many of whom never would have thought to use an enema as we are suggesting it can be used, but like anything else it just won’t work well for everyone. Of course, you may never have been constipated so you can’t relate. Now, for an accomplished young athlete who never was constipated (he said), it was an interesting self revelation that when on a sports trip overseas, he didn’t crap for six (6!) days. I wonder how many points he didn’t score that he could have scored???
So, who else doesn’t need En:kits? This, mind you, is an esoteric, almost generic question, spiraling around enemas and bowel emptiness, perennially grappled with by various populations of homo saps. There is a continuously growing body of bodies who simply have no inkling about enemas or constipation, largely because they are dead. If you, like me, aren’t like them, the odds are significantly weighted towards having constipation, a collection of remarkably uncomfortable moments highlighting our aliveness. The open question of how to manage these unfortunately memorable episodes is what we at En:kits are about in somewhat non traditional but sound ways. Go on, delve into our En:kits site and see for yourself.
Until the very next time, I remain, yours sincerely, Dr. Mike.