Top 5 Safety Tips for Urethral Play

Top 5 Safety Tips for Urethral Play

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Urethral stimulation is fun and arousing, but also brings numerous risks. This is why you need tips for urethral play.

Injuries, tissue damage and urinary tract infections are just some of the problems you may encounter during urethral play.

In order to stay safe, you need to know how to perform urethral play properly and safely.

Here are the top 5 safety tips for urethral play:

  1. Use Only Real Toys

By “real toys”, we mean toys that are designed specially for urethral stimulation. This is the first crucial step toward safety. While it may seem tempting to try various household items and random devices, you have to resist the urge. Never use any item that is not specially designed for urethral use!

Yes, it means on other sex toys. While a toy may be designed for genital use, it doesn’t mean it’s good for urethral play. Don’t use random dildos and other adult toys for urethral stimulation. Stick to specialized urethral toys, such as penis plugs, urethral sounds, urethral stretchers, and other urethral toys.

  1. Use Plenty of Lube

Lube is your best friend when it comes to safe urethral stimulation. It will ensure comfort and pain-free experience, and it will also make things very smooth. This is very important for ensuring safe urethral play.

When using lube, make sure to apply it generously on both the urethral toy and the tip of your penis. Also, when choosing lube, it’s vital to pick a sterile lube, in order to prevent urinary tract infections. Surgilube is a great option for all those who wish to engage in safe urethral play.

  1. Choose the Right Size

Perhaps the most important step to ensure safety during urethral play is to choose a toy of the appropriate size. There is such a thing as “too thin” and “too thick”, so you need to be careful. Both extremes are bad, though for different reasons.

Toys that are too thick are an obvious problem. They can overstretch your urethra and cause problems. They are uncomfortable and painful. In order to insert those large, thick toys you will need to train your urethra first. Before your urethra is properly stretched you need to stick to smaller toys.

On the other hand, you should not use a toy that is too thin. Very thin toys are actually made for the most experienced users. They are too sharp and can easily get lost inside the urethra. Even worse, they can create false passages and create very much damage. To prevent these problems you should always stick to appropriately-sized urethral toys.

The best way to go? Always use a urethral toy that is about the same size (in diameter) as your urethra.

  1. Insert the Toy Carefully

Insertion is one of the most sensitive part of urethral play, and it should be done with care. You should always make sure to insert the toy carefully. Take your time – you don’t want to rush things out. Start slowly and gradually.

Toy insertion requires some trial and error, but with a bit of practice you will be able to insert your urethral toys very quickly. Experienced users can insert even the longest sounds in a matter of seconds. However, as a beginner, you should take your time and go as slowly as needed to ensure safety.

  1. Be Slow and Gentle

In order to keep it safe, you need to be patient. The only way to achieve this is to be gentle during urethral stimulation and to go slowly. It may sound obvious and you may promise yourself to do this, but keep in mind that urethral stimulation can be very powerful and arousing. In other words, you may get lost in the moment and forget about the above mentioned advice.

In order to prevent problems, it is absolutely crucial to go one step at a time. Even if you get really aroused (and chances is that you will!) it is important to keep it gently. Be patient and never rush things out! This is crucial for safe urethral play.

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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.

3 thoughts on “Top 5 Safety Tips for Urethral Play

  1. Hello, can you please give myself credit for the photo by a link to my tumblr (mr-skies.tumblr.com) or if not please remove my photo.
    Thanks

  2. Strange that nowhere is finger insertion mentioned as a MUCH more fun alternative to external toys. Mostly, a woman’s little finger is slim enough to do the job. And they love helping pleasure you this way.
    First, make sure the nail on her little finger to be inserted is VERY well shortened and cut curved. Then, take a good nail file; a diamond nail file is best, and thoroughly smooth the cut edge of the nail. Check this very carefully. It’s actually a fun part of foreplay and anticipation for the guy who’s going to be penetrated to do this for his partner. Then . . . lie back and let the fun begin. First get a hard on, then plentry of lube on her finger tip, and slowly she plays with inserting her finger tip into you. She may get no further than the base of her nail the first time, but even that will drive you crazy as she explores the true boundaries between pleasure and pain. Within a few sessions, she’ll be in to her first knuckle. After that, the sky’s the limit as she massages your urethra from inside with her little finger and from outside with her thumb tip of the same hand. Her other hand steadies your shaft as she digs deeper. There’s simply nothing to beat this!

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