Anal Douche Nozzles
An anal douche is typically made up of two main parts, a bulb and a nozzle. While the bulb part will only make a difference to how much liquid you can squeeze into your rectum between refills, the nozzle can make a much larger difference to your experience. As the nozzle is the part which actually enters your anus, the shape and size of it can have pleasurable implications too.
Hygienically, the only thing that really makes a difference when choosing an enema nozzle is what type of spray it will give you. Straight nozzles shoot the water in a straight line (unsurprisingly). Spray, or wide-spray nozzles, dispense the liquids in multiple different directions. In general spray based nozzles are superior, covering more area faster and giving a more thorough cleaning.
Length and Width
How long or wide you want your nozzle to be will come largely down to your own personal preferences. If you’ve never engaged in much anal sex then something thin and short will probably be best. More experienced users though will probably be able to handle larger nozzles without any pain or discomfort.
Depending on the material your nozzle is made from, it can be easier or more difficult to use. Harder materials like metal and some plastics will be less flexible, so you’ll need to get the angle right as you insert them to get them in properly. Some plastics are designed to be much softer though, which makes them much easier to insert while still being strong enough to dispense the liquids.
Some douche nozzles are designed to be attached directly to your shower. This eliminates the need for the bulb part of the douche, and lets the water flow directly from your house pipes, into your pipes. These also mean you can douche while in the shower, so there’s no chance of liquids or faeces getting everywhere.
You need to be a little more careful with these though. As they use your shower pipes, you’ll need to make sure the temperature is the right level or you might burn your rectum. Another issue is pressure, which can vary in house pipes. Too much pressure might rupture your rectum, needing surgery to fix.
A slightly less common type of nozzle is the inflatable. These are designed to be inserted and then pumped up a bit, making them easier to hold in. If you’ve found yourself struggling to keep your nozzle in while douching, these are the perfect solution.
Some nozzles aren’t designed entirely with hygiene in mind. These can have grooves, patterns or beads on them. Which you have makes no difference to how clean you get, but if you want to enjoy your douching sessions a little more feel free to pick one of these up.
As you can see there are a lot of options when it comes to choosing a nozzle. Whichever you choose to go for, always be sure to clean them after every use, and store them appropriately ready for your next session.