Men! Stop Urine Dribble With This Simple Trick
Urine Dribble: Avoid the Embarrassing Wet Marks
Certain forms of attire, particularly business wear, are unforgiving when it comes to noticing wetness. That's not great for confidence.
The following simple trick takes just a few seconds and will become an automatic action within weeks. The majority of men will be asking the same question: "Why didn't someone tell me this sooner?" This is not normally a conversational topic but there is no reason why this shoudn't be common knowledge.
By the time you finish this article you will have the ability to pee anytime with the confidence of knowing you won't fall vicitim to those last few drops that have previously stubbornly ignored your attempts at the traditional shake
The power is in your hands!
Why Do Those Last Few Drops of Urine Usually Get Away?
It comes down to anatomy. We essentially have an "S" bend in our urethra, the tube that delivers our urine. You can shake all you want but it isn't until the surrounding musculature relaxes (just as you walk away from the toilet) that the remaining drops are free to move.
The picture on the right shows the urethra - take note - it is important.
The following technique shows you how to clear the urine behind the S-bend, eliminating the dribble. After just a few attempts you will be so impressed you will do this for the rest of you life.
Eliminating Urine Dribble: The Simple Trick
Officially known as the "Post-Voiding Urethral Massage" this basic action is painless and takes just a few seconds.
Step 1: Urinate as per usual
Step 2: Place 2 fingers behind the scrotum and feel the firm tube that is the urethra.
Step 3: Use these 2 fingers to compress the tube while sliding them forwards to expel the urine. 2 or 3 sweeps is enough to drain the urethra and ensure no dribble.
Step 4: Dress as usual. With practice the movements are natural and quick and will not be noticed at the urinal.
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There is no need for anyone to suffer the embarrassment of unwanted drops. Email this article or provide a link so that together we can ensure that no man will have wet trousers again! Use the Facebook like button - tweet this. It is your duty people.
Now go practice. Your underpants depend on you.
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