How to Avoid Urethra Play Burning

Urethra Play BurningUrethral play (or urethra play, as some people call it) can bring a lot of pleasure. However, it is also an activity that brings certain risks. It is important to take all the precautions to minimize these risks. The main risks associated with urethral stimulation are injuries and urinary tract infections. There are also some smaller and more common problems, such as urethra play burning. 

What is Urethra Play Burning?

Urethra play burning is any burning or discomfort that comes as a result of urethral stimulation. This is a very common problem and most people who engage in urethral play will experience it at one point or another.

Burning typically comes from over-rubbing the urethral walls. It is more common in the cases of rough play or among beginners who are only starting to experiment with urethral stimulation. It can also be a result of using toys that are too thick for your urethra. Another reason for urethra play burning might be lack of appropriate lubrication or from engaging in a very long sounding session.

In any case, it is important to know that this burning is somewhat normal. It doesn’t necessarily mean that there is a bigger problems behind it. Keep in mind that urethra is generally made for expelling things (urine, ejaculation) and not for insertion. Its walls are very sensitive so it is easy to over-stimulate them. The burning can easily come from all forms of urethral play, especially if you engage in prostate massage or bladder play.

However, you need to pay attention to this burning if it becomes stronger or if it follows bleeding and other problems. This may be a sign of an injury. If you experience this, or if you notice any sudden, sharp pain during sounding, make sure to contact your doctor immediately.

Avoiding Urethral Burning

Here are some things you can do to avoid or minimize urethra play burning:

  • Drink plenty of water before and after urethral stimulation. This will help with urination, and the more you urinate, the more likely you are to expel any harmful things from the urethra. Also, fluids will make your urine milder, which will lower the level of burning to some extent.
  • Urinate after urethral play. It is mandatory to urinate right after the urethral play. This is a precaution to help you minimize UTIs but it can also help with future burning in some cases. Yes, it is likely to burn if you urinate right after sounding but it may minimize the burning the next day.
  • Drink cranberry juice. This juice is good for added protection against UTI and can help you keep your urinary tract healthy.
  • Use plenty of lube during urethral play. The smoother it is, the less likely it is to experience burning. When applying lubricant, make sure to put it on the toy as well as the urethral opening. Also, do your best to squeeze the lube down your urethra.
  • Don’t go too rough. Rough urethral play can lead to burning and injuries. It is best to go slowly and carefully to avoid further problems and urethra play burning.

Happy sounding!

About Craig:
Craig Rutledge is a staff writer for TheChainGang. His main interests include sex toys for men, particularly urethral sounds and ball stretchers. He is also a proud owner of numerous body piercings. He says: “I am happy to contribute with my experience and knowledge about various penis toys and stretching devices. There is still so much unknown about things like urethral sounding, ball stretching or male chastity and it needs to change. I will share my experience and advice in order to help men, young and old, to discover these toys and have the best fun”. In addition to writing, Craig also answers questions and provides handy advice for people learning more about extreme sex toys for men.

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