Explore a Plethora of Never-Before Hit Nerves with a Urethral Sound
Never heard of a urethral sound before? Many people haven’t – or at least not the kind where you derive pleasure. Urethral sounding is the act of inserting a toy into the urethra – better known as the tube that drains urine out of the bladder. While doctors perform this practice medically to clear obstructions from the urethra, it can also be a satisfying form of sexual play when done safely and properly!
Another benefit of urethral sounds is that when inserted deeply enough, they can also stimulate the prostate or G-spot – so you can give your favorite dildo, butt plug or prostate massager a break! We house an extremely safe, high quality range of urethral sounds for you to choose from.
Browse our wide selection of urethral sounds that’ll pass through your sensitive areas and target all your hottest nerves. To help you learn a bit more about urethral sounds, we’ve addressed some commonly asked questions:
Urethral Sounding FAQs
How do I use a urethral sound safely?
First, you’ll need to begin by properly sterilizing your toys before sounding. If you’re new to penis sounding, you’re better off purchasing a kit with more than one in the pack in order to find the proper size for you that’s not too big nor too small. When inserting, you should do it slowly and gently – a little pressure is fine, but if there is any pain whatsoever, you should stop right away. If necessary, don’t hesitate to seek medical help in the case of any emergency.
Will my urethra stay stretched out?
Nope! Just like with your anus after anal play, the size of your urethra won’t be affected by urethra sounds. If you practice weekly, and continue to work your way up to larger or more textured toys, your urethra can begin to stretch out to accommodate more toys, which is part of the fun for some! But of course, if this is your goal, be sure to take your time and not stretch to the point where it hurts or causes discomfort.
Are there any risks of using penis sounding?
It’s important to note that penis soundings has no long-term effects on your urination. It’s normal for it to sting a little the first time peeing after a sounding session, but that is all. With regards to risks, there are a few. Firstly, UTI’s can happen if bacteria from your toy gets into small cuts inside your urethra, which is why it’s important to keep your toys clean. Second, there is the risk of tissue damage if you or your partner are too rough with the toy, or use an instrument with abrasive textures, so make sure you are taking it slow and being gentle. There is also the risk of the toy getting stuck if it goes in too deep or you haven’t used enough lube – so be generous when lubing and ensure you’ve always got a good handle on the toy. Many of them come with handles to prevent this from happening.
What types of urethra sounds are there?
The most common urethra sounds are penis plugs and sounders. Plugs usually go about an inch or so into your urethra, and will generally have a ball or hoop around them for easy gripping. Sounders are the long, thin and cylinder-shaped ones that you’ll see that go deeper into your urethra.