English: Urophilia / Deutsch: Urophilie / Español: Urofilia / Português: Urofilia / Français: Urophilie / Italiano: Urofilia /

Urophilia refers to one of the paraphilias which is characterized by marked distress over, or acting on, sexual urges that involve urine or contact with urine to derive sexual satisfaction.

A sexual variation in which the person derives sexual excitement from urine or urination. A paraphilia of the fetishistic/talismanic type in which sexuoerotic arousal and facilitation or attainment of orgasm are responsive to, and [dependent upon] {contingent on} being urinated upon and/or swallowing urine

Facts and Tips for Urophilia

  • Urophilia is also named as golden shower or watersports and it is a sexual movement in which partners get sexual satisfaction from urine by touching and tasting.
  • It is a mental and behavioral problem and caused due to neurological problem or brain dysfuction.
  • Voice variation, hair growth and erectile dysfunction these are the most common side-effects occurred in women and men respectively.
  • High salts and minerals in urine are harmful for health of another person.
  • HIV can spread through urine of infected person.
  • Pharmacological medicines and psychotherapies are effective to control urophilia.
  • Yellow hanky is the indication of urophilia in gay people

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