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Urethral Sounds

Urethral Medical Sound Kits For Dilation And Pleasure

Urethral Sounds and Urethral Sound Kits Britain are medical instruments designed to be inserted into the urethra. They are basically high polished stainless-steel rods with rounded tips and handles, and come in various sizes that are close to one another – differing in diameter by a half a millimetre or less in most cases. There lengths vary from 8 inches to 11 inches depending on their usage and design.

Medically, their purpose is to gently and gradually enlarge the urethra thereby removing any blockages but in a BDSM-fetish medical setting, they are an exceptional source of sexual stimulation and also used in submission or domination experiences or ‘power exchange’.  Urethral sounds are a form of sexual stimulation and exploration for both women and men.

Men are the biggest users of these pleasure instruments with women only come aboard a couple of year back; thereby not only becoming the givers, but also the receivers. Some women buy these instruments for their male companions, but there are also those that can be used by women, such as penis plugs.

Urethral sounds come is various sizes, shapes and length, which are generally categorized under urethral sound kits.

They include:

Hegar Sounds Kit

The Hegar’s are a urethral dilator sound-set with a standard set of 8 sounds but also available in set of 13 and 3. They have 2 sizes on every end like the Hank and the Pratt Sound Kits, thus providing a sum of 16graduated sizes that range from 3mm to 18mm in the standard kt. They are deigned to gently and gradually enlarge the urethra upon insertion and dilation. Another variation of the hegar comes with different sizes of Flat-Sided Hegar Sounds ranging from 4mm to11mm. They are ideal for everyone including beginners, collectors and experimenters. They are highly versatile and those of larger sizes can also be used for vaginal, anal and prostrate stimulation.

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Hegar Urethral Play Sex Kit

Hank Sound Set

The Hank Sounds set is great for beginners as the ‘speed bump’ functions as a ‘stopper’, by preventing the lubed-up sound to extend or slide in beyond 3 inches. This is very helpful in the UK learning how to control it while dilation (enlargement of urethra)is being conducted from one size to the next.  The Hank sound is a solid, heavy weight thereby also giving room for practicing on managing the weight in the penis or urethra. The entire set is about 1.13 Kg or 2 pounds of solid stainless steel. The have 2 different sizes on both ends of each sound (6 sounds per set),thereby bringing the total to 12 sizes in a standard kit. The sizes range from 10/11 Fr to 21/22 Fr.

Pratt Sound Kit

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Pratt Sounding Kit

Pratt Sounds in Britain are double ended and have more defined curves compared to Hegar sounds. Usually, they have different sizes on both ends, which infer that each sound can offer you two dissimilar sensations. The ends are rounded and slightly bent. They are typically longer compared to other types of sounds. The pronounced curve and length of Pratt sounds enable you to insert them deep inside the penis or urethra, thereby allowing for deep bladder and urethral stimulation. They are ideal for both women and men who desire to enjoy this form of erotic play.

Rosebud Sounds Kit

They are very simple in shape and have a thin, long rod with a spherical end. Note that you can also insert the rod into the urethra. Rosebud tip, which is bullet in shape, is particularly designed to stimulate your urethra. Its design resembles anal beads and bullet vibration for a reason: it’s designed to offer pleasure and stimulate your sensitive urethral tract. British Rose buds can be used by both women and men and are also ideal for beginners due to their ease of insertion and use, regardless of whether the penis is erect or not. They come in different sizes of both the tip and the rod, thus enabling you to attain varying sensations.

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Rosebud Sounding Kit

Van Buren Sound Kit

Van Buren Sounds are one of the most common urethral sounds amongst highly skilled users. They possess a distinguishing J-shape and naturally long. They are designed to match the urethral tract of a man, making them to perfectly fit a man’s body. They have a characteristically pronounced curve at both ends. This curve is designed particularly to reach the bladder and could be utilized for bladder stimulation as well as P-spot or prostate stimulation. The curved end can be used to stimulate prostate gland from within the bladder thereby giving an amazing sensation and prostate milking capabilities. It’s vital to stress that Van Buren sound sought to be utilized only when the penis is soft. This infers that once you get an erection with the sound still in your penis, you must wait until the erection ends before taking it out.

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Van Buren Urethral Sound Kit

Dittle Sound Kit

The Dittle Sounds resemble Rosebud sounds and have thin, straight rod with special ends. They have rounded ends and flat ends, and rather than a bulbous, bullet-like end found in Rosebud sounds, they have a distinctive flat end. Dittle sounds come indifferent sizes, thereby offering you the user a wide variety to choose from based on your needs.  Dittle sounds are ideal for both more experienced and beginner users. Unlike the Van Buren sounds, they don’t have curves thus making them easy to insert and remove regardless of whether you have an erection or not.

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Sittle Sounding Kit

How To Use Urethral Sounds

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Proper Techniques for Inserting Urethral Sounds

Inserting urethral sounds can enhance your sensory experience, but it’s crucial to do it correctly and safely. Here’s a step-by-step guide to ensure a smooth and comfortable sounding session.

Preparation and Initial Insertion

Start by selecting the largest size sound that you can comfortably insert into your urethra without causing any stretching sensation. Lubricate the first few inches of the sound well, and also apply lubricant around the meatus, commonly known as the eye of the penis. Using your hand to stabilize the sound, gently insert the end into the meatus and carefully slide it into the urethra. Use minimal force during this process.

Advancing the Sound

Once the sound stops sliding easily, let it sit for a while to focus on the sensation. This is a good moment to feel the experience fully. You might then try to gently move it further in and out, about an inch at a time. If necessary, remove the sound to reapply lubricant before continuing. As you become accustomed to the feeling, you may opt to go slightly deeper or slightly increase the size of the sound.

Monitoring Comfort and Safety

Increase the force very gently to push or insert the sound deeper. You may feel a mild burning sensation or pressure, which is normal. However, avoid pushing to the point of experiencing sharp pain, especially at the tip of the sound, as this could harm your penis. To properly position the sound, you might need to experiment with different angles of insertion relative to your body.

Checking the Depth

To gauge how deep the sound has gone, feel for its end between your legs near the perineum. If it disappears into your penis—especially if you are well-endowed—there’s no need for concern. You can recover it by locating the lower end either along the shaft or at the perineum and gently pushing it upward.

Post-Insertion Care

It’s common to experience a burning sensation while urinating for a few hours or even days after sounding. This is typically normal, as is noticing a small amount of blood, especially if you are new to this practice. However, if you experience severe pain, fever, or unusual discharge, seek medical attention promptly. Be aware that if you’re prone to urinary tract infections, sounding might not be suitable for you.

Ensuring Hygiene and Safety

Always ensure that the urethral sounds are thoroughly cleaned, sterilized, and safe before each use to prevent infections and ensure a safe practice.

Following these guidelines will help you enjoy the benefits of urethral sounding while minimizing any potential risks.