This In and Out enema nozzle administers fluid, and then has a separate tube for evacuating the fluid. This allows you to cycle through a number of different enemas at one time.
The In and Out enema nozzle has two separate tubes: one for delivering fluid in, and another for carrying the fluid back out. This makes cycling through several enemas at one time easy and sanitary. Several different valves can be used to control the direction of liquid flow while the enema nozzle is kept in place, making it easy to manage the administration of a number of enemas. The nozzle is 0.75" wide at its narrowest point, graduates up to 1.4" in the middle, and back down to 0.75" at the end. It is 5.85" in length. The small tube attachment is 36" long and has an inside diameter of 0.3". The larger evacuation tube attachment is 77" long and has an inside diameter of 0.63". This nozzle kit is all of our gallon size enema bags. It does not come with instructions, so we have provided some for you here: 1. Purpose: The purpose of the In and Out Enema Nozzle is so that you can administer more than one cleansing cycle without removing and reinserting the enema nozzle each time. To do this, the nozzle comes attached to two different hoses, a thinner one to supply fresh enema solution from your enema bag or bucket and a thicker one to handle the evacuated waste. 2. Set-Up: To set up the In and Out Enema nozzle you will need the nozzle set, an enema bag set (like our gallon set) some enema solution, and someplace to send the waste (like the toilet). Also, some personal lubricant is a very good idea as the enema nozzle is not small. Set up the In and Out Nozzle by attaching the thin tube to your enema bag (use the clamp from your enema bag set on this tube). Then place the open end of the large tube in your waste receptacle. Close the clamp on the large tube and close the clamp on the small tube. Fill the enema bag (or bucket) with your solution of choice. 3. To Administer: To administer an enema, insert the nozzle, then open the clamp on the small tube to start the flow. When enough flow has been administered, close the clamp on the small tube. 4. To Evacuate: Be sure the open end of the large tube is in your waste receptacle, then open the clamp on the large tube and waste will evacuate. After evacuation is complete, close the large clamp. To administer another cycle, repeat steps 3 and 4. When complete, remove the nozzle, clean thoroughly, drain and allow to air dry completely.