When I was in college, I had a Girlfriend who was a nursing student. On several occasions, she combined HJ's with inserting objects. The first was...
When I was in college, I had a Girlfriend who was a nursing student. On several occasions, she combined HJ's with inserting objects. The first was an electronic thermometer she used to "take your temperature" (it was 96), which didn't feel like much. The other she called "a stainless steel sounding rod" and it went in almost its full length in later tries. She was quite good at this and it never hurt...felt a bit cold, perhaps. The wickedness factor of this was quite exciting and I came readily. I would let her know when I was about to come and she would slide it out just in time. Have any other girls/guys experimented with this?
What the hell man, I hope you're joking. If not, then it's messed up - it's people like you who fill my ER (not my ER per se, but I'm finishing up my internship) and waste our time when things go wrong. Gather around kids, it's time for a long winded, and *hopefully* pointless story:
1) You're practically begging for an infection. By inserting things, you are pushing bugs that normally can't access your urinary tract pretty far in.
2) Your urethra isn't designed for anything except fluids (hence, passing stones hurts like a mofo). If you continue then you will definitely rupture vessels, cause nerve damage, leading to permanent erectile dysfunction. Though I think in your case, the inability to get it up to procreate may actually be a good thing.
3) Your nurse-to-be girlfriend should know better, and she would be blackbooked from ever practicing if info like this leaked.
Sure! A little kinky, but lot of fun! Study up and use only sterile sounds with KY lube.
I had a narrowed urethral opening that I had fixed and they give you a special tapered plastic dialator that you are supposed to insert to stretch daily to keep it from closing back up. They tell you to just wash it, no sterilization. I never had an infection problem.
Still, be very careful, it is supposedly easy to 'lose' an object, and the tissue is somewhat fragile.