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Penis Pumps, Whats The Real Story?

There are few sex toys surrounded with as much misinformation as the humble penis pump. For such a simple device, it achieves so very much, and it has something to offer anyone with a penis.

Penis pumps works by drawing blood into the penis using a vacuum. It’s that simple! In the time it takes to empty the chamber of air, the penis will go from flaccid to erect. No drugs and no fuss. Just a quick, firm erection, always there when you need it.

This is especially useful for men who take medications that interfere with the body’s ability to produce an erection, like antidepressants or blood pressure medications. We also suggest that men who have had prostate surgery should give it a try. Our penis pumps are a great way of retaking control of your lovemaking after illness or injury.

Additionally, penis pumps also allow you to increase the size of your penis, or to correct mild curvature. The vacuum produced by the pump sucks just a little bit more blood than usual into the penis, stretching the blood vessels very gently. Over time can make it bigger. At the end of the day it’s not that different to other body modifications that uses stretching, most often seen in stretched earlobes. Results vary depending on whether you’re a “grower” or a “shower”. However, with persistence your penis pump online can add extra inches to the length and breadth of the penis.

Finally, it feels good. If the idea of something gently sucking away at the penis doesn’t sound like fun, maybe you should try it first… you may be pleasantly surprises!

Naughty but Nice recommends you use a cock ring to trap blood in the erection for maximum play time. As with all sex toys online, a water based lubricant will make the whole experience more pleasurable. Make sure you keep it nice and clean with an antibacterial toy cleaner.

Listen to your body too – if your penis becomes sore or unresponsive, cut back on use of the pump. Finally, persistent erectile malfunction is a sign of possible serious disease, so make sure you have a chat to your GP about it too, just to be sure.