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Historical Incontinence Products


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6 hours ago, Schmiddty said:

Not gonna lie, the penile clamp bothers me for some reason. The idea  of the device is actually pretty cool though.

Ye olde Omutsu device?

I'm pretty sure that was a chastity device (or perhaps a primitive BDSM implement)

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18 hours ago, wizard-jenkins said:

I came across the existence of a device made from a pig's bladder. It is a wearable urinal of sorts and was used to manage incontinence. Something like this would be very interesting in an omo scenario, especially if you can't see it, but can hear the pee.

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Oh wow! This is wild, i've never heard of these before!

Thanks for sharing!

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2 hours ago, rachelkirwan said:

Pessaries have been around for quite a while...

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15830115/

POST SURGICAL MAINTENANCE: IS YOUR PESSARY YOUR NEW BEST FRIEND — APOPS

 

Pin on History of Contraception

So yeah, there are a bunch!

The word you are looking for is pessary.

 

Contemporary Use of the Pessary | GLOWM

Gold Stemmed Pessaries: A Shadow of the Past | UT Health Science Center  Libraries

 

That looks more like a chastity device than anything else, in addition to their stated use of dealing with prolapses, unless there was a variant with a urethral plug.

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9 hours ago, D0nt45k said:

That looks more like a chastity device than anything else, in addition to their stated use of dealing with prolapses, unless there was a variant with a urethral plug.

The idea behind pessaries is that they put pressure on the urethral opening through the vaginal wall. So they are not the same as a urethral plug. 

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9 hours ago, rachelkirwan said:

The idea behind pessaries is that they put pressure on the urethral opening through the vaginal wall. So they are not the same as a urethral plug. 

So I guess they serve as a continence aid as a secondary function.  Got it.

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