Do YOU use urinary catheters ?
It's not my intention to put down anyone's fetish (people living in glass houses and all that), but I do not understand the allure of catheters. I've been cathed in the hospital twice that I remember and it was horribly uncomfortable, and not in an erotic way.
Like most fetishes, including enemas, urinary catheters are fun only to those who have decided that they enjoy them. I've had caths put in several times for medical reasons (BPH) for up to a week at a time. That does become uncomfortable, and the leg bag is clumsy, but the experience of not needing to pee is delightful. When I install one, I use lots of lube and go in very slowly, really savoring the sensations, especially the gush of urine when it finally enters the bladder. I've never left a recreational cath in longer than overnight or a day.
Caution: I've had a urinary tract infection -- not from one of my own installations. It's no fun at all. Always use careful sterile technique.
My fiance has been recently "turned on" by giving me 1 or 2 enemas a week. Since I always get an erection and have pre-cum she would stroke me to orgasm during the procedure. That, by itself, was somewhat messy.
During our most recent time (Friday night), she had brought home an external or "Texas" catheter and rolled it on me when I got hard. It is like a condom that a small hose is attatched to. She made me cum and the ejaculate was caught in a small cup. Quite a different experience and no mess. I am not sure that I would agree to a internal catheter even though she deals with them all the time at work.
My only experience with urinary catheters was following prostate surgery. Being hooked up to either bag was a nuisance, but not having to worry about where to pee was nice. It was inserted during surgery, so I've not had that experience. Having it removed after about two weeks was EXCITING 😁.
I use them to play sometimes, I have a 26fr with a 30cc balloon. I find that if I use it a few days in a row it dilates my urethra and then when I cum during sex man does it make for a big load!
Interested in these, but very concerned about doing permanent damage to my body. How hard is it to hurt yourself?
What are the potential dangers?
I used a catheter only one time on my female partner, at her behest,in order to satisfy her curiosity. After a great deal of research, I complied. The result was an infection for her, and although she enjoyed the experience, we mutually agreed that it wasn't worth the risk for us. I did once have a catheter placed for about two weeks following surgery, but it was introduced while I was still asleep, and due to the circumstances, it did not stir any sexual interest.
Could there still be a problem with infection if the catheter is sterile?
Working in a hospital,I know there are ALWAYS risks for infections with caths simply because you are inserting a pathway into the bladder which bacteria can get into regardless of how careful you are.We use betadine to clean the area and the cath is incased in a "sterile" package and sterile gloves but the environment outside can cause bacteria to grow sooner or later if the conditions are right.They are changed once a month if it's going to be a permanant insertion or some people have supra-pubic caths which are surgically implanted thru the bladder wall and thru the skin and tubing is stitched inside to hold it.It is then connected just like a regular foley bag from the cath tubing.If you are prone to UTI's and bladder infections,it may not be suitable to use them for recreational use.
With a 3way foley sterile saline can be injected into the bladder giving a flush. Voiding can be controlled as part of control games if you are into that sort of thing. Not recomended for inexperinced players. Be safe, have fun.
For more info on urinary cathater play go to this website: www.bmezine.com This is a very bizzare site but there is a dictionary section that explains how to, risks ect. I wanted to direct readers to the bme website in the intrest of saftey. Cathater play can be very dangerous.Be safe,have fun.
I have not, but it has intrigued me. I have fantasized about them being used on me and me using them on someone else.
I had one put into me awake in an E.R. and I yelled and sat straight up. I've had them inserted while under anesthetic and they were fine, until they were removed; then they hurt and I hated it. So, no thank you!
My recollections are probably the way most people feel about enemas. We are unique people, aren't we?
Have a catheter most of the time. The few first time was a bit disturbing, but now, can't notice when I've one inserted. I can say it's really great to not have to run to the bathroom and never feel any urge (for me the best part).
Sure it's not so safe as some would like to say. Keep all thing sterile and clean. And be aware of UTI risk !
The big issue with Catheters is infection, particularly in males. The female anatomy is such that Urinary Tract Infections are fairly common, and are treated with antibiotics, end of story unless they recur frequently.
In males, Urinary Tract Infections are a big deal. They are pretty uncommon, and as a result are not simply treated. Generally follow up will be conducted to find out why, since the likely causes are either congenital defect, or something worse (cancer or other tumor).
So if you play with Catheters, and are a male, if you come down with a UTI, you better be prepared to explain it to your physician, otherwise the standard of care says it needs to be thoroughly investigated, which can be both expensive and unpleasant....
And yes, being 'cathed' as a male can be a painful experience.
I love catheters, and luckily, I have not had any problems when using them.
When I put a catheter in a female patient, I always use a collins speculum to really expose the urethra. Makes it super easy.
Have never tried a catheter, have been curious though.
Yes. Love the feeling of the catheter sliding into me. Enjoy the submission and the lost of controll when having one inserted.
I use them from time to time on myself and they are alot of fun!
Feeling my urethra stretch as I jnsert them, the feeling while I gently tug on them after it is inplace and the balloon inflated gives me the most incredible erections and if I keep it up I will come incredibly hard.
I have tried them and like the feeling too. I do worry about getting a UTI as I have a friend (male) that needs to use them twice daily due to prostate problems. He occasionally does get a UTI so based on that I have not used one in a while. I have a box of about 60 that I need to donate to someone someday that would want them.
That could be an interesting dom/ sub activity too. potential for both pain and total control of them
I have always been afraid of infection, as I have been told that they can be very nasty. So for me, I will say no.
I use intermittent catheters. They feel great sliding slowly through the prostate.
I cath myself as often as I can. I love to wear a Rusch belly bag over the weekend and go out wearing it. I use a 14fr or a 16fr silver IC foley catheter. Feels great!
I also use the belly bag. I also use a leg bag as a belly which works quite well. I use the strap off a used belly bag and wear around my waist. Doen't hold as much as a belly bag does. I lke using 26FR and up in caths.
Kept the cath in for 3 weeks the last time I used one. Was wanting to go 4 and then just change to a fresh one. It is so nice not needing to find a bathroom. No more full bladder first thing in the morning. The StrataSi is very comfortable, I don't feel the cath at all. The Conveen leg bag is also nice. The wide leg straps hold it in place nicely.
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