I have a confession to make – I’m completely fascinated by the question of how do dildos get stuck! It’s one of those topics that makes my contribution to the world of sexual health look pretty minuscule. And although I’m not an expert, I do know some basics about this curious topic so I thought I’d share my two cents with you.

Firstly, let’s get one thing straight, a lot of dildos don’t actually get stuck! For the most part, they’re designed with a suction cup feature so it easily stays in place and you don’t have to constantly hold onto it. But there are cases where it is possible for the toy to become lodged in the body and it’s impossible to just pull it out. I’m sure this must have been a particularly tricky situation for many people.

Now, onto how it happened. In some cases, the dildo that’s in use can be too big for the orifice it’s placed in, making it hard to remove. Other times, lubricant can make the suction cup too strong to detach it. Also, if the toy is not stored away carefully it can accumulate dust, lint, and other microscopic particles that can make it stickier and it won’t want to budge.

The worst part is that it can be quite difficult to detect when something is stuck. A person may not feel any physical pain and might not be able to tell the difference between the toy stuck in the body and normal sensations.

What usually happens if a dildo is stuck is emergency removal from a medical professional. Tremendous amount of panic must have set in for the persons involved in such a state! Of course, it’s important to remember that health and safety should always be a priority, and the medical professional would handle the situation in the most efficient way possible.

If you’re thinking of using a dildo, research into it properly in order to find out what size and material is most suitable for you. Don’t just buy the more aesthetically pleasing one because that’s a recipe for disaster! My golden advice would be to take your time and be mindful of the fact that we all have different sensitivity thresholds.

Also, it’s best to use a lubricant with your toy because not only does it add to the pleasure but it can help to avoid any potential stuck-ness. And if you do find yourself in a tricky situation like this, don’t hesitate to contact your healthcare provider.

Lastly, have fun when using your toy but please do use caution. Make sure you follow the manufacturer’s guidelines and stay within your comfort level – you don’t want to be the person trying to figure out ‘how do dildos get stuck’!