Sounding is the introduction of a sterile rod into the urethra and prostate to create sensations you can not achieve any other way.
Urethral sounding is an advanced form of fetish. I highly recommend you do so with caution in mind. If you have any questions, be sure to talk with a doctor familiar with kink and fetish practices.
In this video, I wanted to emphasize the importance of caution, communication, and proper hygiene when engaging in sounding to minimize the risk of infection and damage.
- 00:00 ? Sounding involves inserting objects into the urethra for unusual sensations and potential prostate stimulation. It is vital to be cautious and communicate with your partner to minimize risks and injury.
- 01:57 ? Introducing bacteria into the sterile bladder and prostate can cause infection and inflammation. Swelling in the prostate from sounding play can lead to difficulty passing urine.
- 02:50 ? If you experience bleeding during or after sounding, stop and seek medical attention; if you feel unwell or have difficulty urinating in the days following, also seek medical help to exclude infection or damage
- 03:30 ? Check your prostate for signs of infection or damage by getting a urine test from your doctor.
- 03:46 ? Some materials that are not safe for sounding include pens, knitting needles, screwdrivers, crayons, and wooden chopsticks.
- 04:11 ? Use medical-grade surgical steel, platinum-grade silicone, or actual catheters for sounding, avoiding latex in case of allergies.
- 04:58 ? Use Milton, a sterilizing agent commonly used for cleaning baby bottles, to sterilize catheters and sounds by placing them in a container with water and the appropriate amount of Milton for 20 minutes, then drying them and storing them in a sealed Ziploc bag to prevent contamination.
- 05:59 ? Use alcohol swabs to clean the sound before insertion. Avoid using saliva as a lubricant, and opt for sterile lubricant sachets to minimize the risk of introducing bacteria during sounding.