On using a VED...
TRY SHAVING CREAM
[replying to G's post 5/22/00]
I purchased the Rejoyn unit about 3 months ago from a Rite Aid store,
5 months post RRP). Have had minimal success with it up until now.
found the constriction rings difficult to use and have never really had
satisfactory "member" until now. Using the KY produced the same
that you had and was unsatisfactory, until now.
So why do I keep saying "until now"? Well, after reading your post
yesterday about the shaving cream, I was intrigued. Shaving cream is
based, is foamy and slippery, so why not? Why not, indeed. It even
good. This morning after everyone departed the house, I decided to
a try. Took out the Pump and the Shaving Cream and went to work, (or
as it may be), without the use of the constriction rings. Just wanted
exercise the old boy and see if he could still grow beyond his puny
shy embarrassed self.
To cut to the quick, I WAS AMAZED. The Shaving Cream worked great and
Vacuum seemed improved. I used the pump up, release a little, pump
method and before long, (that's not a pun), the old boy grew in glory.
matter of fact, I too gained about an inch from the old days. Nearly
the tube. Every time I took it out for a look-see, (the downside to
shaving cream is you can't see what's going on in the tube),I had a
from ear to ear. What a Rush.
When my fifteen minute workout, (actually playtime), was over the old
just hung out there, refusing to deflate. (Usually, there would be an
immediate collapse). During the entire time needed to wash up
and put it away, little Ray, (actually Big Ray), just hung out and
went into submission over a fifteen minute period.
Now, I don't know how much all this had to do with the Shaving Cream,
fact that I haven't used the Pump in about two weeks, or a combination
the two, but I do know that I tried 100mg of Viagra Friday night and
boy didn't even notice it.
Next thing I want to look at is the Mission Pharmacal Soft Touch
Constriction ring mentioned by _______.
If I am rambling on a little please forgive. I have just had one of
rare moments in the progress of this disease that is positively
exhilarating. Lets keep this string going and see if we can produce
more helpful knowledge.
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[The views expressed are not medical advice but merely the opinions of others. Consult your physician for medical advice.]