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Health Benefits of Penis Pumps

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Health Benefits of Penis Pumps



Penis pumps draw blood into the penis through mild suction helping to give a temporary erection, increasing size as well as increasing the sensitivity of the penis. No drugs or invasive procedures are necessary, they are safe and inexpensive.



  • Benefits of penis pumps
  • How to use penis pumps
  • Do penis pumps really work?
  • Myths about penis pumps
  • Benefits of Penis Pumps

    Penis Pumps Can Be Beneficial

    Penis pumps draw blood into the penis through mild suction helping to give a temporary erection, increasing size as well as increasing the sensitivity of the penis. No drugs or invasive procedures are necessary, they are safe and inexpensive. But do penis pumps work? Here are some facts and myths about penis pumps.

    The Benefits of Penis Pumps

    1. Penis pumps give erections.

    The suction action draws blood into the penis in the same way a normal erection occurs. Cock rings can be used to slip over the penis (position at the base) in order to keep the blood in the penis and keep the erection. Penis pumps will give almost every man a temporary erection.

    2. Penis pumps increase the size of the penis.

    While penis pumps do not increase the size to any great measure, they do is make the most of the size you have. The pump draws as much blood into the penis as possible "plumping" up the erection to it's largest size. This is an attractive alternative as there are no other reasonable ways of increasing the size of a penis without major surgery (that often doesn't work). Penis pills don't work at all and penis gadgets, such as penis stretchers, any better than the pumps.

    3. Penis Pumps are pleasurable.

    They produce a tingling sensation many men find arousing and use in masturbation.

    4. Penis pumps make the penis more sensitive.

    With all the extra circulation, the skin of the penis gets warm, tingly and "feels more".

    How Penis Pumps Work

    A penis pump is made of a cylinder with one side closed and the other open. The cylinder is attached to a suction mechanism and occasionally a pressure gauge. In order for a penis pump to work effectively a good seal is necessary. The pump is held up against base of the penis (lube helps create the seal) and the suction mechanism draws air out if the cylinder creating a vacuum. The vacuum action gradually draws blood into the penis. Hair may or may not get in the way. If you find it is a problem shave the offending hairs before to get strong skin to pump contact.

    Myths about Penis Pumps:

    1. Penis pumps will increase a man's libido. Although the penis pump experience can be pleasurable and arousing to many men, it will not make an unaroused man spontaneously aroused.

    2. Penis pumps will give a strong, straight erection once the pump is removed. Once the vacuum is removed the blood can flow out of the penis again. One way to counteract this phenomenon is to use a constriction device (cock ring) to restrict the blood from flowing out of the penis again when the pump is removed. Some men complain about 'floppy' erections.

    3. There is no risk to a penis pump. Penis pumps are the lowest risk option for obtaining erections and making the most of a penis size. This does not mean, however, that there are not potential risks. A pump that is too strong, without a release valve and for extended time, can cause tissue damage. Ultra-strong suction devices are usually only available through physicians, cost hundreds of dollars and have a slightly different name, "vacuum pumps". The penis pumps that are sold in sex toy stores, on the other hand, are not as powerful and unlikely to cause damage.

    Do not use a penis pump if:
    1. You are a diabetic
    2. You have a blood clotting disease
    3. You are taking blood thinning medication

    Look for models with a release valve. And do not use if you have bruising or pain.




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