Urethral Sounding

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What is Urethral Sounding?

Urethral Sounding originated as a medical procedure used to clear obstructions in the urethra. Because his penis is packed with sensitive nerve endings, stimulating it inside and out can produce some orgasmic results. Urethral play involves inserting a probe or a rod into the urethra to stimulate the nerves and can be inserted deep enough to reach the prostate which can also result in some explosive orgasms. We sell a variety of Urethral Sounding Rods that you can choose from to best suit your needs. 

Who can try Urethral Sounding?

While Sexyland is currently selling urethral toys targeted for men, it is not uncommon for women to also try urethral sounding. Many of the same procedures and precautions must be taken for women as are recommended for men. Urethral Sounding may actually be easier for women since it's easier to insert the rod into her urethra.

How safe is Urethral Sounding?

If you're reading about this for the first time, you might be asking yourself how safe Urethral Sounding is. Surprisingly, it's actually quite safe when done properly and that's not really so hard too do. There are a few risks involved when Urethral Sounding, although they are usually minimal. These risks include urinary tract infections (UTIs) caused by bacteria, tissue damage from improper insertion or from the sound getting stuck. Avoid getting stuck by using plenty of lubricant and not inserting the rod too deep.

How does he safely try Urethral Sounding?

  • Sterilise: Always sterilise all toys before using and this includes sounds. Using a dirty toy can introduce harmful bacteria and cause infections.
  • Size Matters: Be sure you have the right size for your needs. If it doesn't glide in easily, try turning it to loosen but if it still won't move, try a different size. Never force a rod. It should glide in easily with plenty of lubricant. You also want to ensure the rod you choose is long enough to reach the areas you want to stimulate.
  • Lubricate: Use a body safe lubricant to ease the rod in. You should apply a generous amount to the urethral opening. Avoid any lubrication that contains sugar or other unnecessary ingredients that could cause irritation. A simple silicone-based lubricant usually works best as water-based lubricants dry out quicker. Never use saliva as it contains harmful bacteria and won't keep you lubricated for long.
  • Go Slowly: Insert the rod slowly and gently by slowly stretching the urethra. It is usually best if his penis is only partially erect as a fully erect penis tends to have a tighter urethral opening and can make insertion less comfortable.
  • Insertion: Use one hand to gently spread the urethral opening while the other hand gently glides the toy in.
  • Experiment: Once the toy is in and you're comfortable with the depth, you can begin experimenting with different techniques such as massaging your penis, receiving oral from a partner, pulling the rod in and out, etc...
  • Problems Arise: Should the toy get stuck, seek medical help immediately. Before you do this, try soaking in warm water or adding extra lubrication around the opening. Be sure you have relaxed your muscles and that you try gently pushing the toy from the base upward.

Is there any reason someone shouldn't try Urethral Sounding?

As with any sex toy, there are certain conditions you must avoid using a Urethral Sounding rod when experiencing. These conditions include the following:

  • If you have a history of frequent UTIs.
  • If you have experienced previous injury to the urethra.
  • If you are currently experiencing any kind of pain or irritation in your urethra or surrounding area.
  • If you are actively experiencing an STD such as gonorrhoea or herpes.
  • If you have a current prostate condition such as prostate cancer, prostatitis, etc.
  • If you're experiencing any abnormal discharge in that area.
  • If you experience any pain, numbness, swelling, redness, bleeding or other unusual sensations that make you uncomfortable, remove the rod immediately.

What do I do when I'm finished?

  • Remove toy: Slowly remove the toy from your urethra, using additional lubrication if needed. It helps to relax the muscles in your penis as you gently push the toy out.
  • Urinate: Once the rod is removed, pee immediately to release any potential bacteria. Don't be alarmed if you experience a slight burning sensation in your urethral tube a day or two after.
  • Wash up: Sterilise your toys and wash your hands and genitals thoroughly.

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