Safe And Sound Catheter Play

Medical Fetish

Urethral play is a sexual based form of play that includes inserting objects into the urethra. Now and again the play may involve a catheter approach leading all the way to the bladder. Many times this form of sexual fetish will incorporate medical role playing, even including dressing up as say a doctor or urologist conducting their examinations.  Urethral inserts are also used in BDSM gear and incorporated with cock cages and chastity devices.

The urethra is a very sensitive canal filled with tens of thousands of nerve endings and the stimulation of it, often whilst having proper medical examinations can cause orgasms for both men and women.  Each urethral experience is different and mentally, the ability to choose and go through with inserting something into your urethra is a psychologically empowering experience.  For the majority though, they will never bring themselves to try it and therefore will never experience the joy of a uretrhal orgasm.

I discovered the joys of cock-stuffing many years ago and so wish to impart my limited wisdom to those that wish to learn how to play safely with sounds and catheters.

 

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Catheter Play

 

In urethral play, you for the most part have three sorts of instruments that you can use

a sound, dilator or a catheter.

Medical sounds are intended for probing a woman’s uterus through the cervix, to measure the length and direction of the cervical canal and uterus.   In urethral play these sounds are used in both male and female urethral canals to stimulate the passage.  Many men also masturbate with the sound in or stimulate their P-Spot with it.  Penis Plugs and penis wands are basically variations of the sound concept being smaller in size and of varying shapes

In medicine, a catheter is a thin tube made from medical grade materials serving a broad range of functions. Catheters are medical devices that can be inserted in the body to treat diseases or perform a surgical procedure. By modifying the material or adjusting the way catheters are manufactured, it is possible to tailor catheters for cardiovascular, urological, gastrointestinal, neurovascular, and ophthalmic applications.  In urethral play the catheter is pushed to the bladder to allow it to empty.  This is done by a bulb that will force the urine out or into a bag when the person voluntarily releases their urine through the catheter.

Dilators are primarily used to open and dilate the cervix to gain access to the uterine cavity, but can also be used as sounds.  In urethral play they are used to stretch and enlarge the urethral opening.  Sexual joy is achieved as the opening becomes larger and this practice is often referred to as cock stuffing.

 

8 Rules to Safer Sound & Catheter Play:

1  Do not use sedatives, numbing creams or medications that may lessen any sensations when you are doing any type of sound or catheter play. Numbing sprays and creams are even more dangerous as it won’t permit you feel when something is not going right or if something is hurting your body. If you can’t feel you won’t be able to know how your play is going both in a good way or bad way.

2  Use water-based sterile lubricant to support the insertion of the sound or catheter. Use a lubricant which is specifically made for this type of play that will prevent infections. Don’t use lubricants that contains nonoxynol-9, enhanced or flavored lubricant’s. Any type of lubricant which contains unnecessary added ingredients will disturb the urethra and can cause irritation and infection.

3  Be certain all equipment that you use is clean and sterile. You are going to put these things inside your urethra, not the bladder.  However  if you are going to use a catheter that will touch the bladder ensure that this is doubly and completely sterile.

4  Encourage your body is urinate after you’ve finished with your play, this will help to clean out any any bacteria, remaining lubricant or other deposits naturally.  Urinating after urethral play is more important than a lot of people think.

5  Should you feel irritation, itchiness or anything else after urethral play go see a doctor immediately.  It is better to go on a course of antibiotics than end up in hospital with a bladder infection.

6 If you are intending to include urethral inserts in your bdsm play make sure that you trust totally the person that you will be role playing with.  Do not allow someone you do not trust to put a sound or catheter in your body.

7  Never add anything into your bladder.  The catheter and sound will allow you to expel urine but never add anything into it.

8  Never share your urethral toys with another person and if you do ensure that you thoroughly clean and sterilize between uses.

 

Follow these tips for safer sound & catheter play.