Can You Pee With a Butt Plug In?
To some, butt plugs might be a tad too extreme for everyday use. However, for those of us who love that feeling of fullness in our butt, wearing one is the best part of our day. That is, unless we have to pee.
Seeing as some of you might be wondering why they cannot pee with a butt plug in or why it is so difficult, we’re here to answer all your questions. But first, let’s start by explaining what pelvic floor muscles are and how they work.
What Are The Pelvic Floor Muscles?
For our pelvic organs to stay in the right position, our body has pelvic floor muscles. These are basically a layer of muscles that go all the way along our pelvis and support the organs.
In men, those organs are the bladder and the bowel. Meanwhile, in women, these muscles support those two, plus the uterus.
Firm and tight, this layer of muscles sort of acts like an impermeable trampoline. However, it has holes for the passages our bodies have, and its main job is to keep these shut tight when they’re not in use.
In men, these are the urethra and the anus. In women, however, there are three — the anus, the vagina and the urethra.
Additionally, there are also two types of sphincters — additional circular muscles. One goes around the urethra, while the other is around the anus.
How Do They Work?
Now, we’ve said that this layer keeps everything nice and shut while we don’t have to pee or poop. But we all know that we receive a signal when our bodily fluids are ready to come out and that we can control those.
This is all due to the sphincters. Those circular muscles allow us to control the release of feces, urine and wind. Thus, we can actually delay the elimination until we are able to get to a bathroom or away from other people.
So when we want to stop the release, we contract the pelvic floor muscles, which leads to the organs lifting and the sphincters tightening all the passages. Once we relax them, we can eliminate urine, feces and wind.
What Makes Pelvic Floor Muscles Loose?
Now, we’ve all heard of Kegels and what they can do for our pelvic floor muscles. But why are they recommended?
Is there something terribly wrong with our pelvic floor to begin with? So wrong that we have to train it all the time?
Yes and no. The human body is a wondrous thing, but it can get damaged after labor or even due to old age. Thus, in some cases, pelvic floor muscles become too weak to hold everything shut, which could lead to leakage.
Other things that can contribute to their weakness are:
- Straining while on the toilet.
- High-impact exercise.
- Lifting heavy objects (or loads).
- Chronic cough.
Did you notice the first item on the list? Straining is one of the main reasons why some people have a hard time peeing with a butt plug in, purely because we want to keep the plug in by contracting our muscles.
We cannot both relax and contract at the same time, so we strain ourselves until at least a drop comes out.
However, that doesn’t mean it’s impossible — you just have to learn how to do it.
How To Pee With A Butt Plug In
Even though butt plugs are amazing and they feel like a dream come true when they’re inside us, we can encounter major problems when trying to pee.
In order to pee, we have to relax our pelvic floor muscles. However, if we relax them too much, our butt plug can easily drop and go down the toilet. As such, maneuvering this situation is tricky, especially if it’s our first time.
To make matters worse, some people may not even be able to pee because the butt plug is pressing the urethra. So even though they badly want to pee, no urine can go through due to the plug.
So what can we do? Well, unless it’s possible to remove the butt plug (and no one wants to do that), there’s just one technique we can try: we have to learn how to pee with the butt plug in by relaxing while holding it.
Now, this won’t be possible by purely contracting, as then no urine would pass. The only thing we can and should do is hold onto the plug by the base and then try to pee.
That way, not only will we prevent the plug from dropping into the toilet, but we will also lift it a bit, thus easing the pressure it has on the urethra.
Dangers Of Peeing With A Butt Plug In
In terms of property damage, unless you hold the plug while you’re peeing, you could easily damage the toilet bowl. Granted, this only goes for heavier metal butt plugs, and it’s an unlikely worst-case scenario. Still, it could shoot out of you so fast that you wouldn’t even know it broke something until you’re done!
Then there’s your health. In the beginning, it might be too hard to pee with the plug in due to the pressure it has on the urethra. Thus, many will strain themselves in order to get just a little bit of urine out. Meanwhile, others might decide to hold it in until they are ready to take the plug out.
However, both of these choices are wrong because they can easily lead to incredible issues not even a few trips to the doctor can solve.
For example, by straining, you can weaken the pelvic floor muscles so badly that it leads to urine incontinence. Meanwhile, holding the pee in and suffering through the pain can also damage the same muscles, among other things. You can even:
- Stretch the bladder so much that it cannot release urine normally or even contract to hold it in.
- Get a UTI because you’ve been exposed to bacteria for too long (and the same bacteria have multiplied).
- Feel excruciating pain in kidneys and the bladder because you’ve been clenching for a while.
- Get kidney stones.
So is it possible to pee with a butt plug in? We’ve discovered that it is, but only if you are ready to hold the plug in so that you can relax the muscles for long enough to pass urine.
Otherwise, it can be very difficult unless you’re using a very small plug that doesn’t put pressure on the urethra. However, even if that’s the case, there’s a good chance the plug will fall out, so the only solution is to reach behind, hold onto the base and hope everything goes according to plan.