You don't want to land yourself with a bacterial infection or an abrasion from a rough edge. Some of the many places on the body people with vulvas will self-stimulate, including, but not limited to, their genitals, when we masturbate are the: It's not exactly that the urethra gets irritated by rubbing -- though it can, particularly if you're really rubbing right on it -- so much as, from the vantage point of a UTIthat that rubbing with another person's body or something that isn't clean can rub bacteria into the urethra, and as well, if we have irritated tissue, it's more prone to infection. After all, that person hasn't had all that time to practice with your body that you have. Sounds to me like it might be time to switch your doctor if you can, especially since it may be more likely to really get the problem treated by someone more willing to look at it thoroughly.
But sex or masturbation also isn't going to be a likely factor when it comes to what is causing a bladder control problem.
How Do You Masturbate?
Using my finger, I don't bleed. Trouble is, there's no easy answer, nor one right answer for all women or all people of any gender. I'm not really too worried about losing my virginity but more focused on pleasing myself. Or, you may need to use a lubricant when masturbating, or watch what objects you're using: Anything that irritates the vulva can factor into UTIs, and you certainly want to avoid deoderant tampons, but a pad can irritate the vulva just as much as a tampon can when it comes to UTIs, and a girl's gotta use something. I am not ready to have sex yet but I want to get the feeling of it. I started masturbating when I was 14 I'm 16 now and recently, we thought that I had a bladder infection because I'd been having bladder control problems and constantly feeling like I had to urinate even when I just got off the toilet.