My friend, I just wanted to chat with you today about an experience I’ve had with dildos and UTIs. It’s been a real journey, to say the least! Here’s what I’ve learned…
Well, in short, there is a definite possibility of getting a UTI from using a dildo. Gosh, I can’t believe I’m even saying this! If it’s not washed properly, and if it’s not used with a condom, there’s a risk of putting bacteria into your urinary tract, which can lead to a UTI.
Now, UTIs are no joke – they can cause you a lot of pain and discomfort. They can be absolutely debilitating if left untreated, so it’s important to be careful and take precautions when using a dildo.
My advice? Always use a condom, and make sure you clean it after each use. But even then, there’s still a chance of getting a UTI, so you should know the signs and watch out for them. That way, you can get help quickly if you need it, and hopefully, avoid the worst of it.
And speaking of which, the good news is that many UTIs are easily treatable with antibiotics. You should get checked out if you’re experiencing any symptoms, and if it is a UTI, you may be able to get it sorted quickly.
So, when it comes down to it, all I’m saying is that using a dildo can be risky, especially if you’re not careful and you don’t take the right precautions. Of course, it can be a lot of fun, but remember— safety first!
Now that you know all that, let’s talk about some of the ways you may be able to enjoy your dildo and reduce your risk of a UTI.
First off, if you’re going to use a dildo for penetration, make sure you use lots of lube. This will help reduce friction and minimize tissue damage, which can be a common cause of UTIs.
Second, always store your dildo in a cool, dry location when it’s not in use. This will help to prevent bacteria from growing on the toy, although, as I said before, you should still always clean it with soap and water or a toy cleaner before and after use.
You can also try to switch things up a bit. If you’re prone to UTIs, there are other sex dolls toy materials out there that you can explore. For instance, glass, wood, and ceramic are all non-porous, so they won’t absorb bacteria like silicone can.
And last but not least, why not try using your dildo externally? If you don’t want to put it inside you, you can still use it to stimulate the clitoris, nipples, perineum, and other erogenous areas. So, you can still have a great time without running the risk of getting a UTI.
So, to sum it up, my friend, yes— dildos can cause UTIs, but only if you’re not mindful and you don’t take the proper precautions. If you’re careful and you take safety seriously, you can still enjoy your dildo without too much worry.
Alright, that’s enough of that for now. There are still more ways to explore safe dildo usage, but I think that’s enough for today. Who knows, maybe we can chat about the topic again tomorrow? What do you think?