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Forced Orgasm and Piss Control

elclaytosupremo{Willing to}
2 weeks ago • 11/16/2021 9:46 pm
elclaytosupremo{Willing to} • 11/16/2021 9:46 pm
I love to stroke myself in front of a lover. Some people call it Jacking Off... at any rate I like to do it...really like to do it when I am being fondled or fingered...
tallslenderguy​(other male)
1 week ago • 11/17/2021 4:02 pm
tallslenderguy​(other male) • 11/17/2021 4:02 pm
Hmmm, interesting issue. Nurse here as well, so physiology is endlessly fascinating to me.

First thing that comes to mind (beyond meds that can help bladder control) is kegels. Did a quick search for an article, this may help?

"Do kegels. The exercises called Kegels help more than 80% of women with stress incontinence—the leak-when-you-sneeze type—stay way dryer. The surprise? They work for guys, too. Men with overactive bladders—the gotta-go-now-oops-didn't-make-it type—have fewer accidents when they do Kegels daily, as do men who've had prostate surgery."

https://www.sharecare.com/kidney-urinary-health/suffering-from-incontinence-or-other-bladder-problems?cbr=ggle1500556
invisible me{Trust}
1 week ago • 11/17/2021 10:20 pm
invisible me{Trust} • 11/17/2021 10:20 pm
There are physical therapist who specialize in pelvic floor issues, I would love to hear a response to this issue from one of them.

You could totally reach out through your Dr for such services.

Several years ago I did pelvic floor PT as follow up to a hysterectomy and some other procedures. It was very much an intrusive experience; but, in just as large of a way, it was a very empowering experience.

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invisible me{Trust}
1 week ago • 11/17/2021 10:23 pm
invisible me{Trust} • 11/17/2021 10:23 pm
Ingénue wrote:
Have you ruled out uti's/overactive bladder as a factor? The usual kegels/pelvic floor exercise blah is a bit one-size-fits-all, isn't it always with women's health. A pelvic physiotherapist can work wonders.


I should have read everything!

This OP, its a great experience.
Tauriel
1 week ago • 11/23/2021 12:52 pm
Tauriel • 11/23/2021 12:52 pm
Hello, i would recommend Kegel exercises, they will help you strengthen your pelvic muscles and provide more continence. If it doesn't improve, i recommend that you visit your gynob to check for genital prolapse. Here's a link for some kegwl exercises that you can do.
https://www.webmd.com/women/kegel-exercises-women#:~:text=Kegel%20exercises%20can%20be%20done%20equally%20well%20in,2%3A%20Find%20your%20pelvic%20muscles%2C%20then%20squeeze%20them.