Depending on your body, daily plug wear may cause constipation or trigger reflexive muscle action (peristalsis). You also need to think about bathroom access, as you don’t want to pee on the base or accidentally push it down the toilet.
It’s best to work up to wearing butt plugs for longer periods, and you will need plenty of lubrication. Read on to learn more about the safest ways to do this!
Choosing the Right Plug
All day plug wear isn’t for beginners, and it’s important to choose the right size. The anal isn’t used to being stretched out all day, so it’s best to start with a small plug and gradually build up to longer periods of time. It’s also a good idea to take breaks and re-lube regularly.
Ideally, you’ll want to use silicone as it’s soft and nonporous. It’s also easy to clean, and some can even be sanitized by boiling! You’ll want to consider the width and shape of your plug as well. It’s a good idea to choose one that is short and has a skinny neck. This helps keep it from slipping out of the anal hole and prevents your anus muscles from being stretched out for too long.
It’s also a good idea to get a plug that has a flat base and doesn’t have any extra features like rings or jewels. This will make it easier to hide when you’re out in public. And don’t forget to take your plug out when you go to the bathroom! You don’t want to pee on it or accidentally push it down the toilet!
While there are many online confessions of people sleeping or going to work plugged up, it’s generally not a good idea to wear a plug for very long periods of time. It can lead to pain, discomfort and bleeding in the anal, which is not fun.
If you’re going to wear your plug for an extended period of time, it’s important to be comfortable. Make sure you’re using a silicone-based lubricant that is compatible with your plug and that you are regularly reapplying it as needed.
It’s also a good idea to start out slow and wear your plug for only a few minutes at a time. As you get more comfortable, gradually increase your time wearing it.
You should always take your plug out when you go to the bathroom. This can prevent you from accidentally peeing on the base or pushing it into the toilet, both of which could cause serious harm to your anus.
Your anus is a delicate area, and applying pressure to it for extended periods of time can cause damage and ulcers. It’s also a region of the body that doesn’t have pain receptors, so you may not know that something is wrong.
Thankfully, most experts and sex toy makers agree that you can safely wear butt plugs for up to 30 minutes at a time. This gives you plenty of opportunity to enjoy the kinky sensation that they can offer. Just remember to use a quality lubricant and avoid sleeping with them inside you. Sleeping with a plug in you (even for just a catnap) can cause you to miss warning signs like pain and bleeding.
While a butt plug is a fun toy, it is not meant for extended use. It will likely cause chafing, and anal ulcers can develop if the anus is irritated for long periods of time. Choosing a smaller, more flexible plug can help to alleviate these issues, and lubrication is key. Using a silicone anal lubricant like Sliquid Naturals Sassy Water Based Anal Lube or a silicone/water hybrid can provide a silky smooth glide for longer wear times.
The rectum is a delicate area with many blood vessels, and prolonged plug wear can restrict blood flow to the area and possibly lead to damage or ulcers. Because there are no pain receptors in the anus, you may not know something is wrong until it’s too late.
The best way to prevent these risks is to start out with shorter plug wear times, and slowly increase your time spent in the anal. This allows your body to acclimate to the toy, and gives you an opportunity to see whether it works for you. Lubricating with the right lube and following a few safety tips will also ensure that your long-term butt plug play experience is as enjoyable as possible. And don’t forget to take a break from your plug session every once in awhile! Even experienced bottoms need to recharge sometimes.
The anal sphincter and surrounding tissue aren’t designed to keep a plug in for long periods of time, and doing so can cause pain and damage. That’s why it’s important to slowly build up your anal plug wear time, starting with just a few minutes at a time. It’s also important to use a lot of lube while wearing the plug and to frequently reapply it to avoid dryness and irritation. For best results, choose a silicone-based lube as opposed to one that is made with glass or metal.
The type of plug you choose can affect how comfortable it is for all day wear, too. For example, a plug with a flared base will be easier to hold between your cheeks and may give you a more satisfying sensation. It’s also a good idea to find a plug that has a narrow neck and wide base to keep it securely inside your anus.
It’s important to note that extended plugging sessions can cause you to visit the bathroom more often than usual, as the sphincter and bowel muscles will be stretched slightly when you wear your plug. This can lead to constipation, but it’s usually easy to solve by re-engaging those muscles or simply using the toilet normally. For this reason, it’s always a good idea to take your plug out before you use the restroom to prevent any accidental trips down the drain!