Catheter Fetish SEX

Catheters are flexible tubes used in medical treatment and surgery for feeding into various body structures to allow access from the outside. The main use of a catheter in BDSM, is the catheters designed for the bladder 'control' scenes: the best type to use for this purpose is the foley catheter, which has a balloon that can be inflated with sterile water to hold it in place once inserted.

Catheter play involves the urethra, the tube that runs between the bladder and the outside of the body, emerging in men at the end of the penis and in women just inside the vagina area (under the clitoral hood). Except for the very end nearest the surface, this tube is sterile, and anything inserted into it deeper than a few millimeters should be sterile too otherwise an infection is easily caused. Serious damage can be done by inserting inappropriate objects or using excessive force or bad technique. The best known forms of urethral play involve catheters and sounds, items of medical equipment specifically designed for use in the urethra.

Regretfully, so far this briefing only covers male catheterization. Women's urethras are shorter, and can be difficult to insert or maneuver the catheter. Women are also even more prone to infection. We only recommend properly trained and practiced individuals attempt female catheterization.

This kind of play is not something you should engage in with someone who is inexperienced or who does not understand all the necessary precautions. Carelessness can result in infection, injury, or other traumatic problems. You should be introduced to this kind of play in the right setting by an experienced, careful person who cares enough about you to exercise all the cautions set forth herein. Even an experienced person should get an extra catheter and practice all of the steps below before trying to insert a cath -- especially the steps involving inflation and deflation of the balloon.

One aspect of catheter play is the physical sensation and psychological effect of having an object inserted into the urethra, which is strangely sensitive. Catheter games can also involve medical imagery and the peculiar penetrative vulnerability of having an object inserted deep inside the body, into what is in actual fact an internal organ.

The biggest thrill for most people, though, is most likely control. Catheterized people have no control over their urinary function: if the catheter is left open, the bladder will drain completely and continue to drain as more urine is produced. If the tube is clamped off, they cannot urinate, even if they wish and need to.

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