I had to have a catheter in my uretha for two full weeks after having my prostate gland sugically removed to prevent the spread of this particularly aggressive type of cancer. That catheter comes very close to the most painful thing I've ever had done to me.
Despite the best of efforts, the head of my penis became infected, and caused topical bleeding. The surgeon ahd given me only an OTC creme to use, and it was obviously failing. He was "too busy" to see me until very late in the day, and my pain level was off the chart. I call my regular Doc, and was told to come in right away. I'd be "worked in" somehow.
My Doc became very ANGRY at seeing the damage to my penis. "The Catheter itself is too LARGE for your penis, and small uretha." (I am a small man, all over.) "And this infection is a really bad staph type, I think." We need to put you in the hospital for a few hours, and get this taken care of properly. I was allowed general anesthsia for the catheter replacement, as any touch of it was so PAINFUL. Nurses gently wahsed, and applied topical ointment to the penis head, severzl times. They all remarked that these touches had to hurt as I was not circumsized. 8 hours later I went home, feeling much better, Funny., it hurt so bad, I ahd no feelings of these ladies moving my long foreskin. It may have or not have ever ben a pleasant experience, but If any one ever suggests a catheter for me again, a fight will ensue. I fail to see any sexual fantasy, of this nature. Walt