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October 25, 2017 3 min read

Beginners Guide To Penis Plugs and Urethral Sounds

Medical procedures are slowly gaining track in the bedroom scene as people discover the sexual benefits that they produce. Urethral sounding is among these procedures, becoming popular for providing the adventurous males with the chance to get their pleasure from the inside of their great and very important member. However, this practice comes with a high number of risks that may make the session quickly turn into a horrific nightmare.

Beginners Guide To Penis Plugs and Urethral Sounds

Safety

  • Do NOT indulge in urethral play if you are prone to Urinal Tract Infections. Inserting the plugs and sounds may accelerate the frequency of infections which is very undesirable.
  • Never use random objects to indulge in urethral sounding as they are likely to cause injury and infections, both of which are preventable if you always use toys designed for urethral sounding purposes.
  • Always sterilize your sounds and plugs. If they are made from materials that are safe to boil like silicone or stainless steel, make sure to insert in boiling water for 3-5 minutes or simmer for 10 minutes before use.
  • Wipe your urethral sounds and penis plugs with alcohol swabs after cleaning for extra sterilization. 
  • Always wash your hands and penis with antibacterial soap and hot water before beginning your session. For extra protection, you can wear surgical gloves.
  • Always use sterile lubricant for urethral play to further prevent the occurrence of infections.
  • When choosing a sound or plug, make sure you choose one that is neither too thick nor too slim as they increase the risk of puncturing the urethral wall. To start you off, always go for a medium and mildly flexible probe, as a rigid probe also increases your chances of puncturing your urethral wall.
  • If you experience a sharp pain during your play, stop immediately. The same applies if one particular area starts to hurt more than the rest.
  • If you experience an unusual discharge, bleeding, prolonged pain during urination, fever or cramping, seek medical attention.
  • Types of Penis Plugs 
  • Choosing a urethral sound penis plug requires an understanding of the various options at your disposal. To get your going, here are some introductory notes on some of the plugs that are beginner friendly;

Solid Penis Plug

This plug has no opening and is a solid piece of penis jewelry. With the solid construction, your pee and ejaculate path is completely blocked. This plug comes in different variety, suited for practitioners who are just starting to the veteran designs only comfortable to those who have been in it for a long time.

Tapered Penis Plug

The plug features a tapered tip that eases the insertion process. The plug has a consistent diameter, making its size relatively uniform for the entire plug length. The smooth textured surface slides smoothly ensuring a great and slick experience. With some plugs, the shafts are graduated and this is pretty much for those who prefer a bit of stretching stimulation. This plug is beginner friendly as it offers up a simple experience of pure joy.

Types of Urethral Sounds

There are so many variations of urethral sounds. Here are a few beginner friendly options;

Hegar Sounds

These are curved S shaped sounds that have two different diameters on each end. The smooth surface makes it ideal for both beginners and veterans.

Dittle

This is a straight rod with a rounded tip and a flat edge, making it a great sound that eliminates the risk of curved sounds when you experience an erection. The dittle comes in graduating sizes, ensuring that you have a great tool if you plan on embracing the urethral expansion journey.

Pratt

A more curved sound than the Hegar, this sound boasts of two different sizes on each end. It also has graduating sizes, giving you more options as you get more sounds. The slighter curve enables a deeper urethral stimulation as compared to the Hegar sound.

When it comes to urethral sounds and penis plugs, always go for the ones that have a tapered or a rounded tip. This shape allows for ease of entry, ensuring that you slowly get used to the sensations of the urethral sounds. Only graduate to other sounds and plugs once you are experienced enough to handle them to ensure that you do not harm or hurt yourself.

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