Menopause »

… as a result of these changes – known as dyspareunia.

Vaginal changes and changes to Urethral tissue can result in increased frequency of Urinary tract Infections , painful or frequent Urination (dysuria) and some degree of urinary Incontinence .

General aches, fatigue, forgetfulness, Depression , Insomnia, irritability and Anxiety are symptoms which have also been reported in association with the menopause. In the longer term, the reduction in …

Injuries »

… Emergency medical help will be required to release the blood and stop further injury.

Urethral damage

Body piercing the urethra or inserting objects into it may result in infection, as this is a sterile area of your body.  There is also damage of objects becoming stuck or moving and causing damage and problems.