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I have this... thing i do, which i've done as far as i can remember, which i *think* gives me an orgasm. But, i've found no mention of anyone else doing this anywhere, and i'm just scared that what i'm doing could damage me, or isn't normal.

Basically, the fuller my bladder is, the more sexually aroused i feel. And any pressure on the bladder, gives me pleasure.

With this, i really enjoy dry sex, as by 'thrusting' over my boyfriends hard penis, the pressure it puts against my bladder gives me loads of pleasure, and if i keep doing it, i reach a peak, and it honestly is the best physical feeling i've ever had.

It's over quite quickly, but i always feel satisfied afterwards, and sleepy. Because of all this, i feel like this is.. well... my 'orgasm'. And it's the only way so far i've been able to get one.

But, i'm just a teensy bit worried about the pressure i'm constantly putting on my bladder. Is it gonna weaken it? I don't exactly want to burst it or something, lol.

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The big issue with having any kind of genital sex with a full bladder is that it increases your risk of urinary tract infections, something nobody wants because they hurt like the dickens.

You can have pressure on your bladder without having a full bladder -- and since the urethral sponge and the g-spot are linked, plenty of women feel excited by pressure to that area. For instance, with manual sex with a partner or masturbation, you or a partner can target your g-spot and urethral sponge with fingers.

Again, beyond UTI risks, there really aren't any risks I know of otherwise. But that'd be enough for me to avoid something, so I'd just perhaps limit when you do that and see if you can't experiment to find a better way of getting that same sensation otherwise.

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