Rosebud Urethral Sounds Kit : 8 Piece - For Medical Fetish Sex Play Pleasure
You're looking at one of the rarest and most popular items for modern sexual medicine and medicinal genito sex play. Rosebud Urethral Sounds are called so because of the bulbous tip and flexible shaft. Also known as the Brakes Dilator, the bud on the tips heightens penile sensitivity and the sensation as it slips in and out.
Rosebud Urethral Sounds can also vary in sensation when you either warm them up or cool them down. This Rosebud Urethral Sounds Kit helps to create arousing and titillating sensations for lovers involved in medical fetish practices.
The Rosebud Urethral Sounds Kit contains 8 individual sounds, each 12" in length. Each sound has a "bullet" or "rosebud" shaped head in a different size (ranging from 6mm to 13mm). They come together in a chic velvet lined full-leather case with a zipper closure.
Rosebud Sounds are very unique and very effective in urethral stimulation. The bud-like tip causes a highly sensitive, centralized feeling as it slips in and out!
These elegantly edgy urethral sounds have small "rosebud" shaped tips, for stimulating as the "tip" slides in and out. Our set includes 8 sounds which have steel shafts 11" long topped with a "rosebud" or "bullet" shaped tip, in various sizes from 5mm to 13mm around. These sounds centralize the stimulation as they work their way in. This sound set provides great thermal/temperature retention so they can be used warmed and/or cooled for even more varied stimulation. The sounds are stored in a handsome leather covered, velvet-lined zipper case.
The original intended medical use for these Rosebud Urethral Sounds was to dilate the cervix, but they were also used to clear blockages in the urethra. For people with a fetish for bizarre old medical paraphernalia, these kits are a find.
Sounding or urethral sounding is the medical use of probes called sounds to increase the inner diameter of the urethra and to locate obstructions in it. Sounds are also used to stretch the urethra in order to receive piercing. Urethral sounding and urethral play are also used to refer to this practice in a sexual context.
Urethral play can involve the introduction of either soft or rigid items into the meatus of the penis (as well as farther in). Objects such as sounds are usually only inserted about halfway into the glans and can usually be easily retrieved. Other toys and items, such as catheters, may be introduced deeper (in some cases even into the bladder). Some items may even be allowed to curl several times or expand within the bladder. This action in the male may be directly or indirectly associated with stimulation of the prostate gland and some types of bladder control.
Urethral Sounds are smooth medical instruments designed to enlarge the urethra. In a non-medical setting they are used both for urethral stretching, and (more commonly) for highly pleasurable stimulation. It's nothing like a urethral swab. Sounds need to be cleaned. They can pass disease from user to user if they are being shared. Even if they are not being shared, they can easily lead to bladder infections if not properly
The goal of their use is either, when used medically, to correct an abnormally narrow urethra; or, when used as a sex toy, to produce sexual pleasure per se or to enable the insertion of other objects into the urethra for sexual pleasure. Sounds are long, metallic rods with a range of girths - the point being to start at a small girth and slowly build up as the size increases.
The urethra is exposed to far more nerves per unit area than the outer penis - hence some men find the sensation of urthral tissue far more stimulating than more traditional sexual activity - this is especially true among those with certain penile damage. A urethral sound may be connected to special electrical equipment for use as an electrode in erotic electrostimulation.
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I have started "cock-stuffing" in the past year or so. I use a glass thermometer and insert it into my urethra. I know that this is wildly dangerous - as the glass could break - but I thought it safer as it is manufactured very smoothly. I know other men who use a variety of implements - pens, markers, tubes, etc., but I have only done it a few times - and it seems that the glass - while not safe as it could break - is safer as it must surely be smoother. I use my own saliva as a lube - as I am not sure if a personal lubricant - i.e., Wet, KY jelly, or the like, is safe. Not that putting a piece of glass into your urethra is all that safe to start with. My question - in the end - is personal lube okay to use? Is this a common fetish - I don't do it often - and it doesn't seem to affect me adversely afterwards.
Cock-stuffing, or urethral sounding as it is called in the S&M community, involves inserting smooth, long, and thin surgical steel rods called urethral sounds into a man's urethra. Other objects, such as thermometers, may do the trick, but metal sounds are recommended because they are easier to clean and have no chance of breaking when in use. While a glass thermometer may be readily available, the risk of breaking (and leaking harmful mercury) makes this a risky option.
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. 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. More lube and a narrower sound may be more safe and successful.
Saliva isn't generally recommended as a lubricant because it dries quickly. Also, sugars from the mouth can be found in saliva that may cause urinary tract infections (UTIs). Sugars also can be found in some types of lube, sometimes listed as glycerin in the list of ingredients. Ultimately, a water- or silicone-based, glycerin-free lube with a thin consistency will probably work best for "sounding." Silicone-based lubes are longer lasting, but water-based lubes may have a thinner consistency. However, some people find silicone-based lubes to be a bit harder to clean up. Men find what works by experimenting.
People enjoy using urethral sounds for the pleasurable sensations felt while being inserted. They are also popular in the S&M community as a form of power exchange. Some of the curved "sounds" make getting an erection extremely difficult. If a penis starts to become erect, the person inserting the sound must wait until the erection subsides before continuing. Often sounds are locked into place so that a submissive partner cannot get an erection.
The main risks with urethral sounding include tearing or cutting the urethra and infection. Anything inserted into the urethra is to be cleaned to reduce the chance of infection. Some discomfort may be felt later if the sound has stretched the urethra. If that happens, people use smaller urethral sounds. Some men also feel burning when urinating, due to irritation. If the feeling continues for an extended period of time, the urinary tract may have become infected. If this occurs, or if there is blood in the urine, the person needs to see a health care provider. For those who use sounds, being open and honest with the provider is vital, in order to discuss alternatives for avoiding infection if they plan to continue sounding.
Just because you "don't do it often" doesn't mean you needn't do it safely each time. Leave the thermometers, with the risk of broken glass and mercury poisoning, behind and invest in a steel urethral sound. They can be found at some adult toy stores or online.
High Quality Medical Grade Rosebud Urethral Sounds Kit For Medical Fetish Sex Play Pleasure