On using a VED...
TRY USING IT IN A BATH!
[Here's one that came to me in email]
I didn't have much success using the Osbon pump until I was in the bath one
night and decided to give the pump a good clean while I was bathing. I half
filled it with hot bath water and decided to try and produce an erection. I
was amazed how much difference the hot water made to the erection. I didn't
need to use the jelly to produce the airproof seal because the water in the
bath provided that. The combination of heat and the pump produced a great
erection, almost like old times. I follow that up with an injection of
Viridal Duo ( I use a quarter of 10mg) Using this method my love life is back
I have found that since I have been doing this, only two
weeks, my incontinence has almost disappeared. My libido is not what it
should be but I have made the effort and the size of my penis has improved
both length and girth ( I am not bragging) I think we have to remember that
the penis is like any other muscle and needs exercise. Give it a try.
[A "Jim" replied]
For Bath/Shower Pumpers:
Not all pumps work well with water. Some hand pumps suck water up into the
pump mechanism and can corrode them. As someone who uses this technique
once told me: "Do it over some plants in your house that need watering."
Don't do this with an electric one; that should go without saying.
The theory is that warm water (warmth in general) helps relax smooth muscle
tissue with the result of more blood flow in; better erection. A warm wrap in a washcloth prior to pumping may also give some erectile advantage as well as size recovery for those looking for that.
I've never tried the Bath/Shower thing but will ask the manufacturer of my
pump if it will handle this. Certainly a lot less tinkering with
lubricants and Vaseline to establish a seal. But I don't have a TV in the
shower and would miss the entertainment, which is usually a distraction
from what is sometimes a dull VED "exercise."
[The views expressed are not medical advice but merely the opinions of others. Consult your physician for medical advice.]
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