It has been posted on before, but it has been a long while and nothing I found quite gave me the information I was looking for. I am specifically talking about infusion into the breasts, and around the vulva. The way I have seen it done before was using the same sort of IV solution as you would see someone given by paramedics or in a hospital, run through an IV set-up with a cath into the breasts instead of a vein.
I know that the saline is absorbed into the body within a day or two. I also know that a concern that was mentioned before was that if you don't have the proper solution you run the risk of it going into a vein and possibly causing death. Is this a risk even with the type of saline you would see given in a hospital IV? Also, how likely is this in the case of the breasts and the vulva? It would seem more likely to me in the case of the scrotum... and the vulva, I would say, would seem more high risk than the breasts.
Also, is there any potential for long-term damage to the breasts? I know there are certain types of play I have been told to avoid because they can cause cancerous cell mutations in the breasts.
Okay, obviously a fairly sterile environment is a must, and you would want to use betadine or another hospital grade microbicide, along with sterile tubing and cath needles... so assuming you can get ahold of that and do all of the proper prep.. how exactly *DO* you want to go about doing this? Again, I've seen it before, so I have a vague idea but it has been so long and I was far more squeamish about needles back then so.. there you have it.
I am sure there are many things I have left out.. and I am kind of sick right now, and taking decongestants etc so it is probably not the most coherently worded nor cohesive post I have ever made.. but what better time to catch up on some BDSM oriented education than when you're feeling too crappy to actually play?
So sound off guys! I appreciate any information you can give me, even if it is to tell me I shouldn't even be considering this type of play (although unless you can attach valid, sound reasoning to it with more explanation than "it can cause this," like for instance, why it causes it and how to prevent that particular problem, I will probably just disregard it).
Yeah.. okay.. before this gets any more muddled, I am opening it up to the peanut gallery.. or whatever.
(by the way, and because yes, I am bad enough to go offtopic in my own thread, I am really disappointed that there is no smiley with a thermometer sticking out of its mouth... :()
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