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by bathmate shop (2019-09-18)

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So what is a penis pump? Basically, it is a cylinder that is placed above the penis, after which air is pumped out of the pump, creating a "void" in the cylinder and around the penis. Pressure from this void helps draw blood to the penis, creating an erection. (In some cases, warm water is used to flood the cylinder initially. Water is then pumped out with air. This is called a water penis pump or a hydro pump.)

bathmate pumps are often recommended for men with erectile problems, because they can help them get an erection. Many men, however, use a penis pump to not only get an erection but to get an erection that is larger than usual, which can occur with the use of a pump. For those who are looking for this effect, here are a few tips to consider:

- Make sure the pump has a pressure gauge. Each pump must be packed with instructions in the "safe" pressure range to be used; however, unless there is a gauge that tells the user the current pressure level, he cannot know when to stop pumping.

- Pump disinfection. A new cylinder pump must be thoroughly cleaned before being used for the first time and also before each subsequent use, to clean it of any bacteria that may have entered.

- Limit usage. Most manufacturers recommend using a pump only once a day - and those who are new to this process should limit their use to two or three times per week until they get used to it. Sessions must be limited to 15-20 minutes.

- Warm up before use. Before inserting the penis into the pump, it is better to heat it up so that blood flows. Soak the towel in warm water, wring it out and wrap it around the penis for two minutes. Repeat two or three times. After that, massage the penis until at least part of the erection before it is inserted into the tube. visit: /

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