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Urolagnia - Symptom, Cause and Treatment

Alternative Names: Golden Showers, Watersports

Urolagnia one of the paraphilias, characterized by marked distress over, or acting on, sexual urges that involve urine. It is also known as Urophilia

A sexual variation in which the person derives sexual excitement from urine or urination.

A paraphilia of the fetishistic/talismanic type in which sexuoerotic arousal and facilitation or attainment of orgasm are responsive to, and [dependent upon] {contingent on} being urinated upon and/or swallowing urine [from Greek, ouron , urine + -philia] There is no technical term for the reciprocal condition of urinating on or in the mouth of the partner.

In contrast to practices such as coprophagia, it is generally considered harmless, as the urine of healthy individuals is sterile. However, a small risk exists if there is disease present, or bacterial infection of the urethra. There may also be secondary effects, such as skin rashes in individuals sensitive to urine.

In the absence of STDs, urine is generally safe to drink in small quantities. The main dangers are the high salt and mineral content. The high salt content usually does not pose a problem if the urine is sufficiently diluted and not consumed in mass quantities. One may also wish to drink some water after consuming urine in order to mitigate the effect of the high salt. The person whose urine will be consumed may also wish to drink some water (or diet soda, see below) several hours before the act in order to dilute the urine.

Since artificial sweeteners are excreted in urine, consuming artificial sweetener before urine play can lend a sweet taste to the urine. Drinking diet soda, or other beverages containing artifical sweetener, before urine play will have the dual effect of diluting the urine and sweetening it. However, if you taste sugar in you or your partner's urine and you or your partner have not consumed artificial sweetener, this may be a sign of diabetes and you should see a doctor.

The participants should use caution or avoid drinking urine if one or both of them are taking vitamin or mineral supplements or medication, since many of these are excreted in urine.

Urolagnia is sometimes associated with, or confused with, a sexual attraction to someone experiencing the discomfort or pain of a full bladder, a sadomasochistic inclination.

Facts and Tips for Urolagnia

  • Urolagino is a type of sexual obsession or psychological problem and also known as undinism.
  • Urolagino is a sexual excitement in which people get satisfied by drinking urine of their sex partner.
  • Nervousness, wetting clothes are the symptoms of urolagnia.
  • People having this disorder urinate at social places or in front of another people.
  • Many side-effects, diseases and infections are occurred due to contaminated urine.
  • Psychotherapies and medications are the available for controlling urolagnia
  • Take help of psychologist if any problem arises.


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