What is the spray called that you can use when giving blow jobs to your partner to stop you gagging?
The spray is Chloraseptic throat spray which anaesthetizes the throat - or some people find children’s teething gel also helps.
Please can you tell me what the spray is called that you can use when giving blow jobs to your partner to stop you gagging? I have seen it somewhere but can't remember where.
The spray is Chloraseptic throat spray which anaesthetizes the throat - or some people find children’s teething gel also helps. I don’t recommend that you use any sprays to reduce your gag reflex though. It’s there to protect you so numbing it isn’t the best - or safest – idea.
Try to relax as much as possible - your throat constricts as soon as you tense up, which heightens your gag reflex. If you do feel like you’re going to be sick, stop, swallow, and take some deep breaths - you can continue the action for him with your hand (have some flavoured lube standing by to make it nicer for you both).
Make sure you’re in control too - if he lies on his back or sits back in a chair he can’t thrust deeply into your throat. Ask him instead to put his fingers together (but not his little finger or thumb) and to place them, a couple of thumb widths down, on the inside of your wrist. He should then press here whilst you give him a blow-job, and this can sometimes help to lessen your gag reflex.
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