Carol Queen. G-spot stimulation helps me get there, but feels like nothing without that added pressure. My experience with people who like bladder pressure is that they sometimes find they can add downward pressure on their lower belly, just above the pubic bone, and that basically pushes the bladder down into the nerves that are situated between it and the phallus. Adding G-spot or prostate stimulation may help. Adding the above pressure plus the below pressure from the G-spot may maximize your chance of getting the right nerves pleasurably firing. Clitoris and vagina are common ways for this to work—two great feels that feel great together—but anal might be a sweet addition as well.
The Women and Men Who Get Turned On By Needing to Pee
Doctors warn of dangers in new ‘peegasm’ trend
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.