Urethral play is a fascinating and unusual sexual practise. Once you manage to get your head around it though, it can produce some extremely pleasurable sensations that you might not otherwise be able to feel. Women also have urethras, and can take just as much pleasure from urethral insertion as men can. It will have a sphincter, which opens and closes to control the flow of urine out of the body. Female urethras are significantly shorter than their male counterparts, and are only designed to carry urine.
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Urethral coitus is an extremely rare condition. Megalourethra and urinary incontinence due to urethral coitus in vaginal agenesis are unusual manifestations because these patients usually present with primary amenorrhea before becoming sexually active and receive treatment. A year-old woman came to our clinic because of primary amenorrhea, sexual dysfunction, dyspareunia, megalourethra and urinary incontinence five months after her marriage due to urethral coitus.