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About Cock Pumps | Cock Pumps Reviewed

About Penis Pumps | Penis Pumps Reviewed

 

Penis pumps are designed for two primary purposes; the first being penis enlargement and the second being for helping with erectile dysfunction. Urologists have long suggested that after prostate surgery there are many different techniques that people can try in order to overcome potential nerve damage and erection limitations. One of those things is the use of a vacuum pump or penis pump. The concept is simple – you use the pump to accelerate blood flow into the penile tissue and clamp it off with a cock ring. This allows people with limited erections to achieve a full erection without the need for corrective surgery, costly injections or the assistance of the little blue pills.

 

 

These pumps can come in a variety of materials, quality and types of cylinders. In a world where general practitioners, oncologists and surgeons don’t like to talk about sex after surgery it can be very difficult to find information about cock pumps and prostate surgery. Cock pumps may seem like relatively new products on the market especially with the recent technological advancements in the industry – however they have actually been around for a considerable amount of time.

At first the penis pump was composed as a treatment for ‘weak men’ and from its conception stages to even now – this purpose has not really changed that much. Whereas other sex toys have evolved over time the pump has remained fairly consistent and in much the same form as it was when it first started.

 

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It was not until the 1960's did it start to twist in its purpose and encompass sexual satisfaction as well. The sexual movement that occurred amid this time helped achieve an acknowledgment of sex toys in general and certain ways of thinking about sex started to change sexual behaviour within society. Since this period the devices have become much more advanced and it’s not uncommon now to see them automated, with pressure gauges and with ribbing on the inside to increase pleasure. In the medicinal world, the penis pump has kept on picking up importance as a common treatment for erectile brokenness (ED) and various penis issues such as Peyronie's Disease or rather, a significant bend in the cock. Therapeutic uses of the penis pump include in providing support in expanding blood stream to the penis because of issues connected with Diabetes, prostate disease recuperation, and different mental issues. One nice point in using the penis pump is that you are not required to have a prescription, better yet in some cases (speak to your doctor) the cost of a penis pump can be subsidised by private health insurance.

By this stage – I’m sure you have some questions so before we go into how to use cock pumps – let me answer a few of the most commonly asked questions that I received when working in an adult store.

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FAQ:

1. Are cock pumps safe? Will it damage my dick?

As with anything, if you don’t use it correctly then yes, it can damage your cock. By over pumping you can burst a blood vessel and put your cock out of action until it recovers. The golden rule is very simple; if it hurts, stop. Over pumping can cause little red spots to appear on your cock, if this occurs you need to stop pumping immediately and cease pumping for a few weeks.

 

2. How big will my cock grow?

It really depends on your penile tissue, your pelvic bone and a few other factors. Results will vary but you can generally add an inch in length and half an inch in girth. There’s really no hard and fast rule about it.

 

3. How many times do I have to use it?

This depends on its use. If you’re using it to help with erections – then you’d use it any time that you’re having trouble with erections. If you’re using it for size and girth then you need to be using it three to four times a week for half hour sessions each time. A session will consist of you pumping it up by a few pumps, releasing the pressure, and pumping it up again with a few more pumps., holding it and then releasing the pressure. Imagine you’re lifting weights, that’s probably the best analogy to use when discussing cock pumps.

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4. Will it help with ED (Erectile Dysfunction)?

Yes. This is one of the main reasons that cock pumps exist and in actual fact is approved by the U.S Federal Drug Administration and the Australian TGA (therapeutic goods of Australia) as a leading treatment for impotence.

 

5. Are the results permanent?

Yes. You will begin to see girth and length results from your first few pumps – however this will be temporary. It is very much like going to the gym – you need to be working out three to four times a week. If you can manage this you’ll start seeing permanent results in the first few weeks.

 

6.  I have issues with blood, including a blood clotting disorder – can I use a pump?

NO! Remember the penis pump accelerates blood flow and brings blood to the penile tissue – if you have something like haemophilia you are not able to use penis pumps.

 

7. I have genital piercings – can I still use a cock pump?

In most cases – yes.  Try pumping it up slowly and building up the pressure and use common sense. If you suddenly experience any discomfort or notice any issues with your penis and surrounding area then you need to stop.