Bladder Control - Urethra Plugs For Real (not Sci Fi)
TWO real urethra plugs, with adhesive! Seal a girl's pee hole permanently!
Seal her bladder. Leave the "lock" (solvent to dissolve the adhesive in order to take the plug out) at home. Put her in tight jeans, and take her on a long road trip. No need to take her to the restroom, ever. She won't have to join the ladies in long lines to wait for the restroom stalls. She can't pee a single drop any way. She can beg or squirm or cry. No pee. Period. If she is a docile good girl, then just a "short" road trip of 2 days. She can pee a little bit when we return home tomorrow. This is especially good training for a small bladder girl.
A novel urethral plug having adhesive thereon, wherein the adhesive seals the plug against the tissues surrounding the meatus and/or urethra, thereby arresting movement of the plug while it functions in the urethra to block the flow of urine. The urethral plug comprises a hollow or solid body which is of a sufficient length and diameter to occlude the urethra. In one embodiment, adhesive is disposed on the meatal plate of the plug so as to secure the plug against the tissues surrounding the urethral meatus. In a second embodiment, adhesive is disposed on the body of the plug so as to seal the plug against the urethral wall. In a third embodiment, the adhesive is disposed on a portion of the meatal plate so as to seal the plug against the tissues surrounding the urethral meatus. The adhesive seals the urethral plug in place until the user wishes to void, at which time, the seal may be broken by exerting a pulling force on the plug.
Basically the same effect as duct tape or chastity belt.
2. Female incontinence products reduce or prevent urinary spillage, and come in a variety of forms. Doctors sometimes recommend a pessary for women whose bladder has dropped from its correct position. The doctor inserts the pessary a type of stiff ring into the vagina, where it lifts the bladder into its proper position. The bladder no longer presses against the urethra, alleviating pressures that cause incontinence.
Urethral inserts give women some personal control over incontinence. One type of insert is the urethral plug. The plug is available by presc
Another type of plug seals the urethra, preventing urine from leaking out. When the woman needs to urinate, she removes the insert, and then replaces it again afterwards. Interestingly, some women have found that tampons work well as a urethral plug.
Recently, urinary patches have become available. They are small foam pads with gel adhesive that fit over the urethral opening and absorb minor leakage. Most are designed to seal the urethral opening. Easier to use than urethral plugs, patches are disposable, and replaced after each use. A small shield that fits over the urethral opening is another recent innovation.
--> I'd like one permanently instaled in my pee hole. And hand over control of my bladder to my strict master. He'll probably only unlock it once a day. I'll be squirming and very desperate all the time, but can't even wet my pantis.