Beginners Guide to Urethral Sounding (aka 'Cock Stuffing')

Sounding, aka “cock stuffing” is a fun and interesting practice if done right. If done wrong, it can cause all kinds of problems. And, it should be said up front that it is certainly not for everyone, though many guys and gals are really inspired by watching and doing it. For men, if done right, there can be important medical benefits to it.

For those unfamiliar, sounding is the practice of inserting objects (usually made of surgical steel or silicon) into the urethra. This stimulates the very sensitive nerves along the very delicate tissue lining the pathway leading out of the body from the bladder. In men, it can also stimulate the entire penis, the perineum, prostate and more, depending on how deeply the object is inserted. If this sounds interesting to you keep reading, before grabbing the nearest object and shoving in your cock. There are important precautions you need to take. The most common issue that results from sounding is urinary tract infection from using unclean sounds (what they call the objects designed for this kind of play). The best way to avoid this is by sterilizing your sounds before play. I boil mine in water for 5 minutes before using (see photo at right). After they are cooled off, they are ready for use.

Urethral sounds being sterilized in boiling water

The second most common issue is injury. The tissue lining the urethra is very delicate and can be torn easily, particularly if you go deep into the body. The tissues that runs through the prostate gland is particularly delicate and sensitive. Using generous amounts of sterile lubricant is a must. You can either buy sterile surgical lube or make your own. I prefer self-made lube. Before sounding, I will engage in a good amount of foreplay, until my cock is dripping with pre-cum. Pre-cum is very lubricating and sterile. It is also extra fun to play with and I don’t worry about what might be in it.


If you can produce enough of it, pre-cum is a great lubricant for sounding

Once your sounds are sterile and you are well lubed, you are ready to being. Never insert anything into your urethra that was not made for that purpose. Make sure the ends are round and that the sides are smooth (even though some sounds are ribbed in various ways, the surface of the material should still be relatively smooth). Insert it very slowly. Don’t expect to get very deep on your first try. A little bit of pain at first is natural. But, it should not be too much pain. If the pain is too much, stop immediately. To avoid infections it is also helpful to drink a lot of water before, during and after sounding. Urine is sterile and will help flush out the urethra after a sounding session. Learning to navigate the curves of the body as you go deeper and deeper is interesting and fun and, for men who have enlarged prostate causing a narrowing of the urethra, sounding can help keep things open and flowing smoothly, which is why some urologists will recommend men do this.


The only thing I use that is not designed for sounding are my fingers. I love the sensation of sticking a finder deep into my cock. But, I am very careful to make sure my hands are very clean first.


If sounding is interesting to you, give it a try. But be clean, go slow and use only appropriate objects and you should be safe!



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