By Ally Sweeten, June 10, 2022
New York board-certified OB-GYN experts Kecia Gaither, M.D., M.P.H., and Samantha Dunham, M.D., explained the mechanism of douching: the insertion of a liquid-filled apparatus, typically resembling a nozzle attached to a squirt bottle or bag, into the given orifice.
The area is then flushed out via contractions, a bowel movement or other processes, according to Zarra TM. She listed water, vinegar and baking soda as a few examples of douching solutions, though Gaither noted anal douches typically don’t contain chemicals or fragrances.
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