If you want to learn everything there is to know about how to do urethral sounding safely and in a way that feels insanely good…
…then you’ll love this guide.
I spent hours upon hours to understand the safety concerns and analysed hundreds of urethral sounding “experts” suggestions to craft this ultimate guide for you.
You’ll get education, tools and best practices. All in one place.
Sounds good? Lets jump in:
Introduction: What Is Sounding & Why People Do It?
The sounding is inserting a specifically designed sex toy that’s usually made from stainless steel or silicone.
The sounding rod or penis plug is inserted into the urethra (the hole you pee from) to gain a new kind of sexual pleasure, and for men, it’s the only direct way to stimulate their prostate.
Originally urethral sounds were only used by doctors during a medical examination or to unblock the urethra/bladder when a person wants to pee, but for some reason cannot (same as prostate massagers were originally used to treat prostate problems by doctors).
Well, over time some people (mainly guys) discovered that they enjoyed the thrill and sensations so much that they started doing sounding home purely for the pleasure.
And the sexual pleasure is what we’ll focus on.
Keep in mind, it’s an advanced type of sexual play that requires quite a bit of preparation and special tools.
This is why after the introduction is done, we’ll focus on sounds themselves and which types are best for whom, as well as what to avoid.
But then there’s another case report by urologists that suggest using a stainless steel chopstick to perform self-dilation.
In fact, that’s how the first men discovered sounding after they needed to do a self catheter at home for a while. The feeling was so good that they just kept doing it for pleasure.
So it’s not all black/white.
And not to worry, there are guys who’ve done sounding since 8–10 years without trouble.
Learn the basics and use your common sense, and you’ll be fine.
In fact, you’ll be more than fine!
You insert rod (in red) in urethra and after you pass the shaft and the curve you get a chance to touch the prostate directly.
It’s usually a mental block that keeps from enjoying this activity (sticking something in you) than any physical roadblocks.
Urethral sounding can be done both by males and females, but it’s a lot more popular among men.
The reasons are simple — male urethra is a lot longer, there’s a prostate that can be directly stimulated, and the male urethral opening is a lot more exposed and easily reachable.
Female urethral sounding is possible, but women carry a slightly higher risk of getting an UTI (urinary tract infection).
It’s because the female urethra is a lot shorter and closer to the bladder which carries the risks. For men, the bladder is quite deep behind the prostate.
Plus, the female urethra it is hidden and not that easy to locate and pinpoint the best insertion point.
Yet some women who really understand their hotspots know that urethra is very close internally to the clitoris and G-spot giving unique orgasmic sensations.
Does Sounding Feel Good?
It feels insanely good.
If it didn’t people wouldn’t be doing this voodoo.
Heh, it’s one of those feelings you can’t explain unless you do it, but it feels amazing. It’s different.
Initially sounding will feel exactly like you would expect — like you’re being penetrated in the most unusual place.
The feeling is familiar and new at the same time.
It sort of feels like jerking off from the inside out.
Or as someone said: “I imagine it’s what must feel like to be fucked. Only slower.”
The mental side can be extremely intense, even freaky.
It feels good because internally urethra has a cluster of nerves and when directly stimulated with a sounding rod it can feel arousing.
It’s like you suddenly discover an extra G-spot or prostate, but it’s just hard to reach it.
Here are three simple tricks you can do to understand how does sounding could feel without actually sticking a rod inside your penis:
- While you’re peeing and have a nice strong stream going on, it feels quite good, right? Now pinch and squeeze the bottom of your penis gently.
- While masturbating squeeze the base of your cock hard with one or two fingers indirectly stretching your urethra to get a sample of how sounding kind of feels like.
- While in the shower stretch your urethra a bit with a pinky finger (make sure it’s extra clean). This is a common way men discover they enjoy these kinds of sensations.
If you want to start simple, just get a basic steel penis plug.
But know that the best sensations come when you go deep.
Like 8–10″ deep (depending on how long is your penis), all the way into where the prostate is. That’s where out of the world experience gets unlocked.
And please don’t use any household objects (unless you have a stainless steel chopstick laying around).
You want everything to be sterile (surgical sterile).
We’ll talk about love and the importance of sterilization later in the article.
Why People Do It?
- Most love the feeling of the sound slowly working its way in, and then sliding it back and forth (kinda like fucking the cock with the sound). Some can cum just from doing this.
- Then there are girth lovers who enjoy the stretching, full feeling
- Enhanced orgasms. Masturbation with the sound in and then removing it on orgasm.
- Some love the psychological thrill of inserting it and having it in place
- Experienced guys go deep and directly stimulate prostate through the urethra
- Then there’s electro play by adding vibrations to sounding and tons of shapes and sizes to experiment with.
Women do it because they’ve discovered at some time that it gives them 10x enhanced orgasms.
If you do all the preparation and the whole urethral play right then this story best describes what does GOOD KIND of sounding can feel like:
“I do it every 2–3 months just to spice up things a bit. Feels awesome, but too intense for me to do all the time.
Makes my dick hard as a rock, and the explosion of orgasm shoots the rod straight outta my cock like a long bullet. Weird but awesome feeling.”Source: frubbly
Yeah, most guys don’t know what they are missing out on and aren’t getting the full potential of their cocks.
What You Should Know About Urethral Sounding Toys
Yes, you need special tools, but the cost of entry is quite low.
You can get a penis plug for a cheap price, and a whole sound set will not cost a lot. Then there’s a surgical lube and you’re good to go.
There are two main categories:
- Penis plugs — this is what most guys start with since penis plugs are shorter, easier to insert, and often come with a ring around the plug to keep the plug in place and give additional pleasure to the glans. They can be kept in during slow sex or masturbation, and usually, have ridges and notches to prevent them from easily falling out. Penis plugs make the penis more sensitive and men experience harder erections and more intense orgasms. Under this category, there are also sperm stoppers — short plugs with a ball at the end (though no they don’t stop sperm, just increase sensations). On the opposite end, there are hollow penis plugs allowing to pee and orgasm while having the plug inserted. Some guys love the fact of how far they can shoot seem with the narrow orifice.
- Urethral sounding rods — these are a lot longer urethral toys for deep sounding. There are straight roads that are meant for deeper urethral play, and there are curved roads that are meant to go deeper after the urethral curve and directly stimulate the prostate. Usually, people buy urethral sound kits so they could easily change the width from smaller to larger as even those few mm make a lot of difference. Beginners start with straight rods, while advanced go for J curve Van Buren sounds.
Then, of course, there are urethral vibrators for e-stim lovers. And tons of shape & texture variations.
What Materials Are Safe For Urethral Play?
The best and most popular material is stainless steel.
It’s great because you can easily sanitize it, and it has a weight that allows easy urethral insertion.
You just let the lube and gravity do the work.
Other popular materials are silicone and rarely you’ll hear about titanium as the ultimate upgrade.
But basically the competition is between silicone and stainless steel:
- Stainless steel is the most popular because of the weight and effortless gliding with lots of surgical lube applied to it.
- Silicone urethral sounds are bendy making them more flexible and they stretch a bit, but the downside is that they are light and don’t slide as easily.
Often you’ll see that stainless steel is chrome plated for extra safety.
Here’s the word of warning though:
Don’t buy urethral toys on Amazon if you value your health.
The sexual wellness industry is pretty much unregulated but there are trusted companies that use safe materials. And then there’s Amazon.
It’s notorious for allowing to stock counterfeit products where you have no idea what material the toy is really made of, and if it’s safe.
You’re not even protected if you buy known brands like Pratt, Hegar, Master Series, as there are sellers who pretend to sell the real thing for a very attractive price, which is, of course, fake, made from low-quality material.
Yes, items on Amazon will be cheaper.
But the urethral play is the most dangerous of all sexual plays. Do it wrong and you can easily get an UTI (urinary tract infection).
Be extra careful.
We identified a few safe sounding toy sellers further down in the guide.
How To Choose the Right Urethral Toy For You?
Urethral sounds come in sizes from 3mm to 18mm. This is quite a range.
The bigger sizes are for experienced users who work for months on stretching their urethras and gain immense pleasure from it.
First of all, you gotta measure your urethra size and choose the dilator or plug that’s similar to your size now.
If you’re new, start with a shorter penis plug that’s very close to your urethra opening size. Ideally use stainless steel, because of its added weight allowing easier insertion.
Then many men make a mistake of going too small (width), but that’s actually more dangerous.
You can damage the fragile inner urethral walls so much easier when there’s too much wiggle room.
The best size is the exact size or little smaller than your urethra opening of flaccid (semi-erect) penis.
Then, as you get more experience you slowly stretch the urethra and build it up to bigger size sounds.
This is why urethral sounding kits are so popular.
You can mix and match the best size for you and aren’t forced to use the too small or too big rod for you.
What texture, shape should you pick?
The most important part you need to look at is the shape and width of the plug you will insert first.
As a beginner stay away from curved or ribbed rods.
Go for straight, shorter penis plugs.
Make sure that the tip of the plug is smooth, round and not too wide allowing smooth and safe insertion.
The easiest to insert rods have a tapered tip, which you should start with if you’re new.
Later, as you learn what kind of sensations you like, you can experiment with rosebud, ball or urethral vibrators.
The Best Urethral Sounding Rods, Penis Plugs & Kits, Side-by-Side Comparison Chart
Here’s the chart, but a few notes before you dive deep in it:
Click on image to enlarge.
First of all, it must be stressed again and again that youmust use a sterile lube with any of these sounds.
There are two options:
- get a 10-piece Surgilube sachets (0.1 ounce per piece)
- or get a bigger 4.25 ounce Surgilube tube (big discounts if you buy 2 or more)
If you’re new, just get sachets, but if you know you’ll play with urethra sounding a lot, get these in bulk for big discounts.
Watch out for insertable length, the shape of the tip of sound and the width
Besides the material (surgical stainless steel), you must check if the sound will satisfy your objective.
Many sounds have double ends, which means that there is a pronounced change of size in the middle. Making it hard for further insertion, even if the sound itself is 8″.
Some sounds have smooth transition allowing stretching, or like Deluxe Stuffing sound kit it gradually reaches the actual size.
Also if your goal is to reach prostate, you’ll need long and slightly curved (or bendy) sound as after the shaft of penis there is a slight curve in urethra.
This is only what Van Buren and Rosebud sounds have.
Penis plugs are more for shallow and fun play.
There is no really the best sounding rod or best penis plug.
Yeah, unlike with other toys, there is not really any best shape or size.
Once you got the basics in place like getting a good quality surgical stainless steel urethral toy, it’s really about the shape, texture, size you like.
Yes, ergonomics are important helping for easier insertion, but really it’s all about your specific case.
However, in this guide you’ll see the most overall best and most popular choices by sounding enthusiasts which will be a good starting point for you.
But I really urge you to venture further and note down your sounding goals or sensations you like and look for the best sound for you.
Just browse around on TheChainGang site and explore. They only stock quality items and if unopened and unused you can return them within 3 months. There are tons of fun penis plug shapes and textures there.
Okay, and here’s a quick rundown of all the options before the deep dive:
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- Titus Beginners Urethral Dilator (Budget Pick) — this is the cheapest quality option that you can start with if you’re on budget. It’s one sounding rod that has double ended shape 5–6mm which should be perfect for most average penis owners.
- Standard Urethral Penis Plug (Beginner’s Choice) — lots of new sounding enthusiasts start with something short and simple like a penis plug. This hollow plug allows for 2″ insertion. It starts with 7mm width, but make sure you measure your urethra as you don’t want the plug falling out too easily.
- Smooth Vibrating Urethral Sound — this is another great choice to try sounding + electro stim play. For a good price and sound being 7mm width it will be a good choice no matter how advanced you are. Vibrations are something else.
- Hegar Urethral Sounding Kit (Our Pick) — this is #1 recommended sounding kit for everyone. 8 pieces of rods give 16 various sizes (double-ended) from 3–18mm, curved shape and heavy weight allow to experiment safely finding the perfect size for you. Cannot go wrong with this.
- Master Series Silicone Sound Set — this is not as much recommendation as honorary silicone sound mention. Some like them because of their flexibility and “give”, but stainless steel sounds are so much more practical and safer.
- Rosebud Urethral Sounds Kit — these are super long sounds with pronounced rosebud tips. With 11″ insertable length and little flex to them some guys love these for deep play, but this kit is definitely not for beginners.
- Van Buren Urethral Dilator Sounds (Upgrade Pick) — after Hegar, Van Buren are the most famous sounds since these sounds started it all in the urology department. Their pronounced J curve allow for deep prostate stimulation, though they might be too short for longer penis owners.
- Deluxe Stuffing Cock Sound Kit — this kit is for stretching and girth enthusiasts. With 6″ insertable, the tips start smaller till about 2.5″ in sound reaches it actual size. Going from 4–13mm it will satisfy all the size desires.
Alright, now lets discuss each sound in more detail:
Titus Beginners Urethral Dilator — Budget Pick
After learning that you need special tools you might have become scared that for a safe play you’ll need to spend a lot.
Not so. For most guys 5–6mm (till 8mm) is the best width.
Yes, it’s better to have a kit to be able to test and try, and then slowly upgrade to bigger sounds, but this is a great, inexpensive way to get started.
You just need this and a sterile lube (here’s Surgilube in 10 sachets).
This Titus urethral sounding rod is a solid stainless steel toy, that can be used from both ends (5 or 6mm).
The smooth transition from one width to another also allows to go deeper than 4″ which is were arguably more pleasure lies (at the base of the shaft).
Its weight and tapered end ensure for easy insertion where you just need to lay down and let the gravity do the work.
Here’s a helpful video showing how the sounding rod looks like:
Standard Urethral Penis Plug — Beginner’s Choice
This is a labeled as beginners choice since it’s short, hollow, has a ring and beaded ball to avoid losing it, but the challenge is getting the size right.
Get too small and it will come out too easily (which maybe is not a bad thing as a beginner).
Oh, and hold on to it while urinating or you’ll lose it.
Some use it for longer term wear, but know that for most it doesn’t stay in. The only guaranteed penis plug to stay in is with Albert Prince’s piercing (glans ring helps a bit, but still not a guaranteed hold).
One hack is to use a cloth and rubber band to secure the glans for hold if you want to wear it for longer.
Here’s how 8mm version penis plug looks like:
While not labeled as a beginner sound, this could be a great first time toy too since it’s only 7mm width.
Urethral vibrators are something else, feels incredible as it vibrates all the way down in your dick.
The battery at the end adds a nice weight, the only downside that it’s straight, not curved so it may be harder to insert as twisting it won’t do much.
While some complain that vibrations could be stronger, for the price it’s a steal.
Experience the electro stim and then if you love it, you can always upgrade to something a lot more powerful and advanced.
Hegar Urethral Sounding Kit — Overall Best & Our Pick
You cannot go anywhere on sounding world and not go without hearing about Hegar sounding kit.
Experienced sounders recommend this as #1 starting sounding kit for beginners because of the variety of sizes and the nice curve.
But you must know that not all Hegar sets are made the same.
There are tons of cheap counterfeits made and sold for incredible prices (yeah, looking at you: Amazon, Alibaba, Ebay).
Chrome plated, brass plated this and that.
Don’t fall for it.
You want the genuine surgical stainless steel 316L sounds. And you can get those only from reliable sellers like TheChainGang.
Also know that even though length is 7.75″ in the middle there is a slight change of width which will prevent it from sound going deeper than 4″.
Hegar sounding kit should be in every sounding enthusiast’s toolkit.
Here’s how this sounding kit looks like in real life:
I know some of you are looking for silicone urethral sounds which is why this is an honorary mention (but not really a recommendation).
While with all other toys silicone is incredible with urethral sounds silicone has tons of cons.
I would really not recommend them unless you’re very experienced and know that silicone sound is what you want.
The benefits are that silicone sounds are bendy and have a little bit of “give”.
But the cons are that they are light which means that you’ll need to push them in vs letting gravity doing the work, which opens more room for error and injuries.
Then they don’t slide in as easily as the super smooth stainless steel.
There are other silicone sounds that are one-size and long allowing to get past the curve to reach the prostate, but really Van Buren set will serve much better then.
Now we’re entering in the world of advanced depth urethral sounds.
Rosebud sounds have insane 12″ length (about 11″ insertable) and they are a little bit bendy allowing to reach the prostate.
There are two sets available, but for most the 6-piece set will be more than enough.
Some love Van Buren sounds, some love Rosebud sounds more to get past the curve in the shaft of the penis — there’s no clear winner.
The buds have smooth ends, but please don’t use these as your first kit.
It should really come with safety instructions and video how to use them.
Watch some videos on Pornhub to see how others use it to get started.
This is how a 12-piece set looks like:
Van Buren Urethral Dilator Sounds — Upgrade Pick
This is where it all started. The history of the sounding.
William Holme Van Buren was the American surgeon who first learned of the average length of the mare urethra (around 8″) and these sounds were called after his name.
These J curved sounds are specifically designed for deep prostate penetration.
Van Buren sounds feel insane when pointed right into the prostate.
You’ll also notice that the sizes are marked in french.
Use this millimeters to the french calculator to figure out your sizes.
A word of advice: don’t use anything smaller than 6mm (18 french) to avoid bloody events.
Not sure why there are so small sounds (3mm), but be careful about using anything that’s much smaller than your urethra.
Go with the widest that you can fit, and checking porn videos of others using Van Buren sounds are highly recommended.
Here’s how those Van Buren sounds look like in real life:
This set does exactly as the name implies — it will stuff your cock.
While you cannot insert it very deep, the sounds reach up to 13mm in width allowing some nice stuffing and stretching training.
Each sound has tapered tip and angled curve, allowing for easier insertion.
It starts smaller and around 2.5″ there is a marking indicating that you reach the actual size, which is the key to make stretching easier.
Here’s how the kit looks like in real life.
Oh, and if anyone figures out what the 14th, 90 degree curved item is supposed to do, let me know…
How To Use Urethral Sounds (Step-by-Step Guide)
So how would one start doing this safely from the Day 1?
Oh, and while the guide is primarily targeted towards penis owners, women can do it the same way.
The only big note is that the female urethra is only about 2″ long (while male urethra is 7–8″ due to penis length) so make sure you don’t go deep to avoid puncturing the bladder.
Oh, and for guys don’t insert anything in your butt (yeah, looking at you, prostate lover and those that love a good vibrating butt plug) as the plug or prostate massager will add pressure to the prostate which could cause problems if you’re doing a deep insertion.
Here are the steps:
- Get the necessary equipment — this includes surgical sounds, sterile lube like Surgilube (it’s actually safer to get sterile lube in individual packets lube for one-time use), gloves, syringe, towels, antibacterial soap, alcohol wipes. And again, let me repeat — use toy designed for the play to reduce the risk of injuries.
- Sterilize everything — silicone and stainless steel sounds can be sterilized when being kept in boiling water for 2–3 minutes. Do it right before the play. Wipe the sound with an alcohol wipe, let it cool down to a safe temperature.
- Use an anti-bacterial soap to clean yourself and urinate before the sounding — you want everything to be clean, your hands and your genital area. Be sure your hands are very clean, wash them with the warm soap and water for at least 30 seconds and air dry (no towel). Or to be extra safe get sterile medical type gloves. Pee before you start and also make sure you drink a lot of water prior to urethral play to make sure you have something to urinate after the play.
- Get yourself half-erect, semi-flaccid before the play—don’t get stuck on the idea that you need to be erect. The easiest insertion is actually with a semi-erect penis as the head will be much softer and more willing to open. Some guys actually use a cock ring or tie their cock and balls to keep a great head-on sticking straight up, but if you’re new don’t worry about the erection. The penis doesn’t need to be erect when doing urethral play.
- Hold your penis 90 degrees against the body and stretch it for easier insertion (important) — you want to have urethra as straight as possible and so you could place the sound at the top and let the gravity do the work.
- Apply lube to the tip of the head, use a small dental irrigation syringe to squirt it deeper in the urethra — only use sterile lube like Surgilube, anything with glycerine in it is a big no-no. Also, saliva or any oils are a terrible idea, that’s a fast way to get a UTI. Be generous with lube, squirting the lube deep down in the urethra with a syringe will help big time with lubrication and ease of insertion. Oh, make sure you sterilize a syringe too.
- Pick the correct size sound or plug for your urethra, apply lube on it — a common mistake is to get too thin rod when starting which is a really bad idea as more space increases the risk of damaging the urethral wall tissue. You want the sound that’s about the size of your urethra, for most, it’s 6–7mm thickness. Penis plugs are fine, but they are usually too short to have a chance to give the max pleasure that’s hidden deeper inside. Sounds with a tapered top / are much easier to insert than ball-shaped.
- Lay down, press your urethra open with one hand, place sound at the opening with the other hand. — Relax, breathe, start slow.
- If stainless steel sound, then let the gravity do the work. Relax and it will go in by itself. Even too fast. — You might want to slow it down. The only time when you should apply force is when you’re pulling the sound out.
- At some point you’ll notice that the urethral toy will stop going in at some point — It’s because the urethra is narrower going in and there are three points of blockage. You just need to wait for the urethra to relax and ease in, don’t force it. If after time nothing happens —lightly wiggle the toy or try twisting it gently. If that doesn’t work, take out, apply more lube or choose a different size sounding rod.
- Listen to your body — the sensations at some point can be unpleasant, but there should be no slight discomfort or pain. A more likely outcome is that you’ll actually feel strangely good and new sensations. Enjoy them. The more relaxed you are the better it will feel, urethral muscles actually naturally will try to push the toy out or block it, resist the urge to contract.
- How far can it go? — There are about 2″ of the urethra after the base of the penis. At first, you should go just the length of your penis, which is as far as you can go with a straight long urethral rod (like Hegar), later if you go advanced you can get a J curve Van Buren sounds to attempt reaching the prostate. Just remember that when using curved sounds you need to wait for erection to go away before taking the rod out.
- The fun begins — As the plug or rod enters the urethra, it immediately puts pressure on the sensitive nerve endings inside making the entire cock so much more sensitive. It will make you orgasm so much easier later and it will be much more intense when you do. Additionally, once you’re deep enough, you can start having fun. Pull the sound back out about 1–2″ and let it fall back. You can also slowly jerk yourself off as you would normally or gently twist the sound. You’ll notice that something will feel better than anything else. Maybe you just enjoy it being in, or in some depth, it will feel extremely nice.
- Take it out before orgasming — while you can definitely orgasm with sound , it’s not recommended. It’s called retrograde ejaculation where trapped semen goes to the bladder and later you just gonna pee it out. The most fun way to orgasm is to pull the sound out nearly outside and then let the force of ejaculation push the sound out till the end. It will increase the length and intensity of the orgasm quite a bit.
- Aftercare — when you’re done make sure you pee again to clean your urethra from any bacteria or lube that’s in there. You may feel a little sore a while after, but if you did it safely it’s gonna pass after a few minutes or the latest after 24 hours.
That’s about it.
You can later add vibrations, different shapes, textures, there are even a wearable penis plugs for even more newfound sensations.
FAQ: Common Urethral Sounding Questions Answered
- It doesn’t go in? Should I push it a bit? — You shouldn’t force the sound down the urethra. Relax, allow the sound to sink in just using gravity. Use plenty of lube and that should do it. It takes time. More experienced users apply little wiggling or twisting to help with insertion, but be very gentle.
- How long can I wear a penis plug? — For example, could you wear it all day at work? Yes, as long as there is no discomfort, soreness. As long as it feels good, it’s all safe. Plus, if you’re looking for daywear, choose a hollow penis plug to allow easy peeing. Also, keep in mind that there are no muscles on glans to keep it in so the only sure way to use penis plugs for long term wear is with Prince Albert genital piercing.
- Can I lose the sound inside me if I go too deep? — First of all, the male urethra is curved so it cannot get too far. Secondly, naturally, the urethra will push the sound out. This is why it’s suggested to relax when you’re inserting dilator. The sound can be easily forced out by repeatedly contracting your Kegel muscles.
- How often can I do cock sounding? — While there are no real rules, most expert sounders recommend not doing it more than once a week as urethra doesn’t have the same adaptability as other parts of our bodies. Though there are of course urethra “stretchers” who do it daily, but not sure if it’s generally advisable.
- A drop of blood came out as I removed the plug, is everything ok? — This is quite common and means that you stretched or scratched urethra a bit too much. Just give it some rest and time to heal, and you’ll be fine.
“The urethral lining has the consistency of wet paper towels and can be damaged easily, producing scarring. And the male urethra takes a bend just before the prostate. Negotiating that bend takes talent, and that’s where most sounding injuries occur. ”
Does Sounding Hurt?
Insertion should never hurt.
If it hurts, you’re doing something wrong.
Like too little lube, didn’t sterilize, too wide or too narrow sound, rushed too much.
However, even if you did everything right the next time you pee you’ll feel a slight burning sensation for a few seconds. It should go away fast.
In the worst-case scenario, if it persists for 24 hours, then you probably created a micro tear in the urethra and should check in with the doctor.
Some people use larger sounds to make a urethra larger. This does cause some pain and soreness, but it’s probably more extreme than most will take it.
Is sounding safe?
If you sterilize everything, take it slow and don’t go too deep you’re safe.
As urologist Dr. Keith D. Newman said best:
“The urethral lining has the consistency of wet paper towels and can be damaged easily, producing scarring. And the male urethra takes a bend just before the prostate. Negotiating that bend takes talent, and that’s where most sounding injuries occur. ”
Two big risks are infection and perforation:
- Infection — not using a piece of sterile equipment, lube, fingers
- Perforation — using a really thin sound that’s way too big for the urethra hole. Remember, urethral lining = wet paper towels. With thinner sound, you have a higher chance of poking the urethral walls. Ideally, you go for the sound that’s the size of your urethra and leave a little bit of space for lube.
After the basics, most injuries occur when trying to reach the prostate after the bend.
Which is also for most men where the main reward, sensations hide.
Risk and reward, huh.
Before you go anything that deep you should learn to understand sensations — the cues of what’s good, where are the blockage points, when to take extra care, and when to stop and not push forward.
Then you’re as safe as you’ll ever be.
Bringing It All Together
It’s been a long guide, but this is a serious sexual play topic. I would say one of the most dangerous and freakiest of them all.
I hope you read it all and took tons of notes as I would hate to see you injure yourself.
It’s supposed to be about the pleasure and fun after all right?
Finally, if you’re looking for likeminded people, here are few recommendations (NSFW):
- Join the subreddits: r/peehole & r/sounding for inspiration
- Follow SoundingKing on Twitter for tons of helpful sounding videos in one place
Stay safe and looking to hear your stories in comment section 😉
Let the sounding begin!