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    Positioning penis to prevent UTI

    They say that a dark, moist, and anearobic environment is a breading ground for UTI-causing bacteria. For this reason they say don't wear tight synthetic fibers that may trap moisture and restrict airflow to the urethra.

    I know women are more susceptible to this problem than men. But I started to think that it would be much better for the penis to point upward than downward. Because if the penis is pointing upward, the meatus is as dry as possible, has the most airflow as possible, and is far away from bacteria sources as possible.

    This penis positioning could be accommodated with customized clothing. Anyone seen anything like this?

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    Of course when you cath, you clean the meatus and air it out as well as the rest of the skin and clothing in that area. But right after that, that boy goes right back into the dungeon.

    Do you think that I am over-thinking this or is it worthwhile?

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    You should point your penis away from the bacteria.

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    You should point your penis away from the bacteria.
    Yeah, I have tried that but your mom is so persistent!

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    I am quite confident is stating that no research has been done that associates penis position with UTIs. I put this in the category eyelash dandruff that my optometrist recently warned me about. The later does actually exist, but I am a bit more concerned about the side effects one of my meds that could cause blindness. However if you are a hypochondriac, read on: http://www.aoa.org/Blepharitis.xml
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    Surely you must be kidding.

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    He's being serious.


    And don't call him Surely.

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    Laugh all you want. But this is no joking matter. If you dollop your dick carelessly one day you find Mr Winky up your ass. Don't say I didn't warn you.

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    The responses you are receiving are directly proportionate to the ridiculousness of your question.

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    Lighten up man. I was joking along with you.

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