I read some post about peeing, and masturbating. Even if I do go to the bathroom before masturbating, sometimes I pee a lot. Then when I get up to pee I don't have to go, and when I go back to masturbating, I pee a lot again. This happens every so often, and whenever I use a vibrator. Then there are times my boyfriend is in me, and I feel like I have to pee but I can't. I have one more question, my boyfriend said he wants to pee in me. He finds that a turn on, why I don't know, but apparently so do many men & women. Hey to each is own! Anyway, that doesn't sound too safe to me. Is it possible for him to do that, and what are the possible problems if he actually does? I hope i made sense.
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The first thing I'd suggest is that you talk to your gynecologist about this. It may simply be that the positions you're choosing are putting pressure on your bladder, but what you want to make sure of is that it isn't something else -- like a cyst or the like -- that are creating that situation.
So, go get that checked out. If you have a clean bill of health and no condtions which may be causing it, I'd simply suggest experimenting to find positions which put less pressure on your bladder.
Urinating into someones mouth or genitals carries a high STD and STI risk. Urine ITSELF is sterile, but it doesn't exist in a vacuum: it has to pass through the urethra and thus, can carry disease or infection. To whit, forcing large quantities of liquid into the vaginal canal is just a bad idea.
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