Penis Enlargement Pumps
One of the most common product advertised for penis enlargement is the penis pump. It can be seen on sale on the internet, in adult bookstores and magazines, and even in drug stores.
What is a Penis Pump?
A penis pump is a cylinder that is fitted over the penis, with a manual or motorized pump to create suction. As the apparatus creates a vacuum around the penis, blood is drawn into the penis, helping it to become engorged. As vacuum increases, the difference between the inner blood-pressure and the pump pressure increases as well; excessive pressure causes vascular damage rather than a harder penis.
How Do They Work?
The pumps work by creating a vacuum around the penis and bringing blood to the tissue. This can assist men with extremely poor circulation to have an erection.
Penis pumps, usually described in this context as vacuum pumps, have use in conventional treatment of impotence. The pump itself is essentially as described above, although often made to higher standards of quality with a much higher price, and arrangements for distribution by suppliers of medical equipment.
Flexible compression rings, commonly called cock rings, can be added. Fitted on the open end of the cylinder, then an erection is created by pumping. Then the rings are pushed by hand onto the base of the erect penis before releasing the vacuum. This restricts blood flow, enabling the erection to be held even in the presence of problems of the vascular or nervous system which would otherwise lead to immediate loss of erection. In the best circumstances erections can be maintained for a considerable time, but manufacturers' literature recommends that, for safety, rings should be removed after no more than 30 minutes.
Precautions & Possible Injuries/Side Effects
Pumping must be done very carefully to avoid injury. Over-enthusiastic pumping can burst blood vessels and form blisters. In some cases the testicles can be unexpectedly pulled into the cylinder and cause severe pain and injury. It is also believed that the rim of the cylinder can cut into the skin and over time cause damage to the ligaments surrounding the penis. Impatiently pumping without reading explanatory material can produce too much suction (any pressure lower than 10 torr/1,333 Pa) and cause permanent injury. Attempts at using vacuum cleaner units for this purpose have resulted in severe injury as the machine produces far too much suction.
However, scientists Graham Rutherford and Anne Henke have also undertaken significant research in this area, being funded by some of the major names in sexual pleasure toys, such as Ann Summers. Mild pumping has led to the strengthening of penis muscles and also, for psychosomatic reasons, has led to decreased masturbatory rates in later life.
Injuries known to be caused by Pumps
Lumps - This is caused by incorrect pressure and can lead to blood clots, nerve damage and loss of circulation
Bruising - This can be extremely painful making erections impossible and even urination difficult
Bent penis - Pumps can create curves rather than correct them
What Real Pump Users say?
"Permanently? No, they do not. They will NOT make your penis larger in a permanent sense. Total waste of money." - Anonymous
"while you're using them they do. They create a negative pressure and your penis expands to fill the space, but they don't have any lasting effects. They may help you 'get it up' but that's it." - Kaz
"..This could damage the Corpus Cavernosum, the substance inside you penis that holds all the blood and makes it hard. you damage THAT, and you will NEVER be able to get erect. GET RID OF THE PUMP before you break your penis." - Gary B
"DONT USE PENIS PUMPS!! They actually damage the tissue in the penis and gives you erection problems! TAKE MY ADVISE DON'T USE THEM!!" - Jake
We DO NOT RECOMMEND PUMPS for Penis Enlargement.
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