'Peegasms' Is the Latest Sex Trend: Here's How Holding on to Urine for Orgasm Can Cause Infection and Damage Your Kidneys
Women giving themselves 'peegasms' is the latest crazy sex trend. (Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons)

The latest sex trend that is becoming popular among women is 'peegasm' or pee-orgasm. As crazy as it sounds fans of this newest trend claim they achieve orgasms by urinating after holding it for some time. They say that urinating after holding on to it causes shivers all over their body, and gives them an orgasmic feeling like none other.

However, this activity has gotten a strict NO-NO from the experts as it may cause major health issues. Experts believe that this is probably the worst thing women could be doing to themselves for pleasure. But women have claimed and confided that the sensation that they feel while urinating is sometimes even better than real orgasm.

Is it true? How does this work?

The word 'peegasm' or pee orgasm may not be scientifically approved or may not make sense to many people, but it is true only up to some extent. It may give you a pleasurable feeling, releasing a held-on pee but it is not a real 'orgasm'. Experts claim that an over-full bladder may stimulate the nerves in the pelvis that that control arousal and pleasurable feelings and letting go of the held-on pee may give you a sense similar to orgasm.

Is it safe?

Definitely not! It may give you a euphoric feeling but isn't claimed to be safe because holding on to urine for longer than usual may give you a urinary infection or even affect your bladder. This can also put women at the risk of cystitis. You may even have your kidneys damaged because of this bizarre trend.

This is probably one of the most unusual and unhealthy sex trend ever. However, some women have claimed this feeling to be strange too and not at all orgasmic, so it depends a lot on your liking and perception. Bizarre trend puts women at risk of cystitis.

Reference: Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections Management in Women/A healthy bladder: a consensus statement