I am trying urethral sounding. Is it safe to use one of the orajel q tips to slightly desensitise the inside of the urethra?
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Desensitizing during urethral sounding?
THis is an extremely risky behavior and can result in perforation and permanent injury, including infections and strictures. I do not recommend you do this without medical supervision. Another problem, even if you do it properly is the keratinization of mucous membrane which can result in dysplasia or precancerous changes. Stop doing this and stick to stimulating the outside of your penis and not the inside of your urethra.