For the most part, you're pretty familiar with the random things that light your fire—dirty books, too much wine, the back of your partner's neck. But every now and then, you may find yourself irrationally turned on by something totally unsexy: like having a full bladder. Seriously, it's a thing. Although there isn't specific research on the subject, feeling aroused when your bladder's full is more common than you might think, says Sherry Ross, M.
This 'peegasm' orgasm 'trick' is actually really dangerous
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We all know by now that the Internet can be both a blessing and curse when it comes to reliable information - and this is especially true about info relating to sex. Most of the time, people singing the praises of the latest sex trend have no medical knowledge at all. It's dangerous and irresponsible to say the least. The latest ridiculous and harmful advice circulating the Internet, is that by holding in your pee way longer than you should before using the loo, you can orgasm. I have zero medical training and already this is ringing one thousand alarm bells for me. Like most ill-informed BS, the 'peegasm' yes, really, that is what people are calling it chat started on Reddit when one user posted asking if any other women had "mini orgasms from peeing after holding it in". Weirdly, this user wasn't alone and was met with a rallying cry of, "Yes, this totally happens to me" from other female users.
Is it normal to orgasm when urinating?
Sexual pleasure is considered to be a major part of overall well being by a lot of people across the globe. While people try new ways to spice up things in bed with their partner, some people also explore options to get orgasms by other means. Now doctors are warning women against a new sexual trend which involves holding on to urine for a long time before releasing it for pleasure. They said that this could cause infections or lead to kidney damage. Meanwhile it has many fans with a woman describing how releasing pent-up urine gave sent shivers through her spine.
In the realm of widely held beliefs and myths about sex and sexual health, we give one particularly pervasive piece of advice to women: That they should always urinate before sex. But is this true, and is the practice of urinating before sex actually beneficial to most women? I spoke with Dr.