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    Takkun

    Yes of course. And it's not often at all. I keep them at home, cause I don't have THAT MUCH time when I'm at uni so there's a month or two between, at most. I thought maybe I injured myself or something, inside or out, but I didn't notice any results of that nor is it often enough or big enough (without prep) to injure me.It was fine maybe a year ago when I was doing it fairly often, and I had more time so I was able to do it at school... but then for whatever reason I came home that winter break (last year) and it was hell. The only time it was okay recently was ironically with the biggest one that i have, but i think that had to do with the medicine i was taking at the time for leg pain...

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    Takkun

    Hey again..So lately when I've been using my toys, I have a really bad burning sensation. Both my dildos/vibe and myself are clean, so it really confuses me as to what might be causing that pain. Any thoughts from veterans?

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    Takkun

    Chances are, one that's thinner overall and bigger around the "head" would indeed be better, especially if you're just starting. It's perfectly safe, though if you can read reviews on one before buying, do so. I've found some that looked great; just what I was looking for, not too expensive, then the reviews said that some of the beads hurt, or it burned out to quickly. Also be warned that some do get hot, depending on where the motor is.Otherwise the one that you found, from the description, sounds good for a beginner. Don't forget the lube, either.

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    Takkun

    Alright, dude, seriously. If you're that worried, throw them away and never buy them again. Also, there's a good chance that the change you get from buying something at the store has more germs on it than these did.You're being ridiculous.

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    Takkun

    I'm sorry, but you're being ridiculous. Most, if not all, of these stores have a return policy which basically consists of "If you open the UPS box, keep it." You've got to remember, they're a company too, they don't want anything bad to happen to you as it means less money for them.
    As for the rest, yes, I think you're being paranoid. Make a choice, either use it, knowing it's fine, or don't on the off chance the rubber might have a slim to none remotely possible of being contaminated.
    If you can't stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen.

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    Takkun

    Well, it is healthy, as most lube is made just for that. Usually they'll have to be approved by the FDA and they're usually approved for "use inserting medical instruments". So there's really no need to worry, at least with most water based types.

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    Takkun

    Well, I don't think there's any harm in asking about it and having a discussion. Doctors are there to help, I don't think they'll think you're abusing the system if you're asking for something that has a higher chance to help than something you're already taking.

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    Takkun

    I actually do, a lot (when I won't disturb others ). Not nearly as much as the guys you see in porn, but a lot. I think it all depends on the person though, just like a lot of other things.

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    Takkun

    No, they won't, for understandable reasons.

    But check their FAQ pages for info on all of this. The link is at the bottom of their sites for the FAQ. It does address all of your concerns about the quality and maintenance. And those nasty black spots. :wink:

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    Takkun

    I would imagine those few didn't clean it properly or used the wrong materials on it. I know the website says not to use oils on it, or it'll decay the material. Maybe there's something that makes it gooey?

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