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How to use Penis pump

Written by: Bestvibe Published on November 02,2021

What is a penis pump

A penis pump is a vacuum device that can help your penis get hard and stay hard for penetrative sex. You might use one if you have erectile dysfunction (ED), or trouble getting or keeping an erection. You can also use it for pleasure. You might hear it called a penis enlarger or vacuum pump.

Why people like it

A penis pump can help someone with erectile dysfunction maintain an erection long enough to have sex. Penis pumps can be a help with ED because they:

Work well when used properly.

Cost less than other ED treatment options.

Are noninvasive and may take the place of medication or injections.

Can help you regain function after certain medical procedures.

People use them for nonmedical reasons because they make the penis larger. It may temporarily grow up to an inch both in length and girth.

Typhoon Automatic 2 Suction Modes Vacuum Penis Pump LCD



How to use

Using a penis pump may seem a little awkward at first, but it’s a fairly simple device to operate.

1.Start by placing the tube over your penis. You may want to use a lubricant to avoid irritation from the tube.

2.Turn on the pump if battery powered or use the hand pump to start removing air from inside the tube. The change in air pressure will cause blood to start engorging the blood vessels in your penis. It may only take a few minutes for you to achieve an erection.

3.You can then remove the tube and engage in foreplay or intercourse.

Safety Tips

If you feel any discomfort or pain at any point during the pumping, stop! At first, it will be a strange sensation, but should not be painful.

It is recommended that you do not use the penis pump for more than 20 minutes to avoid damage to the blood vessels in the penis.

How to get start

There are some recommendations for people who want to try it.

DREAMER Vibration 9 Mode Suction Penis Pump



Bestvibe 2 in 1 Vacuum Pump For Penis Stimulation And Enhancement Training




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