Sinner smooth silicone urethral dilator Picture: This means there are some rules which need to be adhered to in order to ensure play is safe, as well as enjoyable. Always urinate straight after play to flush your urethra of any lube or bacteria that may have been inserted. More lube and a narrower sound may be more safe and successful. While a glass thermometer may be readily available, the risk of breaking and leaking harmful mercury makes this a risky option. However, some people find silicone-based lubes to be a bit harder to clean up. I can definitely see how some people might enjoy it.
Men find what works by experimenting. Saliva isn't generally recommended as a lubricant because it dries quickly as you may have discovered already. Ultimately, a water- or silicone-based, glycerin-free lube with a thin consistency will probably work best for "sounding. If that happens, people use smaller "sounds. Some come with flat, rectangular ends, some have repeating spherical ridges, and the most intimidating have severe fishhook curves. People enjoy using "sounds" for the pleasurable sensations felt while being inserted.
Two girls inserting their fingers deep down in a guy's cock - AUTOREPAIRMISSIONVIEJO.INFO
The main risks with "sounding" include tearing or cutting the urethra and infection. Thank you for any light you can shed on this. Urethral sounding rods are a relatively obscure and intimidating member of the sex toy family, usually a long, slender metal cylinder meant to slide into the urethra to create a pleasing dilation effect. I use a glass thermometer and insert it into my urethra. Sounders use lots of lube, so the "sound" can easily slide in on its own gentle guidance may be necessary; pushing or forcing can cause tearing of the fragile tissue.
Inserting into penis ????
Description: However, some people find silicone-based lubes to be a bit harder to clean up. Saliva isn't generally recommended as a lubricant because it dries quickly as you may have discovered already. If this occurs, or if there is blood in the urine, the person needs to see a health care provider. If you encounter a constriction in the urethra that the "sound" will not pass through most likely scar tissue , do not try to drive it through.