Best cock rings to negate mild-medium venous leak

Discussion in 'The Healthy Penis' started by rrraivoo, Oct 30, 2007.

  1. rrraivoo

    rrraivoo New Member

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    Hi...

    This might not be the optimal forum to ask this question, but I'll do it anyway:

    I've got a venous leak that mostly affects my glans and corpus spongiosum, but overall erection hardness a bit as well. The flat spongiosum, of course, takes away some serious girth.

    Now, I've been buying several cock rings, most of them non-adjustable rubber (jelly?) rings and one is an adjustable rubber ring. The problem is that the non-adjustable rings don't constrict the penis enough, leaving the flat areas flat. The adjustable one keeps all areas of the penis rock hard when SITTING, but when standing up, the erection softens slowly.

    I think that it might be that the material of the cockrings I have is not optimal. It should be very tight, "snappy" even, easily stretched, and strong. I think the rubber possibly gives in a bit and doesn't keep the veins constricted.

    Does anyone know any specific products that have the qualities that I described as desirable? My size (non-pressed 6.7 inches length and 5.5 inches girth - 5.1 or so when the leaky areas haven't got much blood) is a bit modest for this forum, but I hope you can help. :)
     
  2. ToBe

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    The corpus spongiosum really isn't all that important for an erection. It is continuous with the glans, but should not have any vascular connections to the corpora cavernosa. In a normal erection, it should remain pliable, otherwise the urethra would constrict.

    In terms of rings, I would think that the adjustable ones with a quick release (Actis, Erecxel) would be the most effective and safest. Maybe someone else has more specific advise. In either case I'd be careful: use one with a quick release and take a break every 30-45 minutes.

    Have you tried using PDE inhibitors (e.g., Viagra) in addition to a ring? The added inflow should help constrict the veins.

    Kegel exercises may also help. Constricting the PC muscles may serve as a natural cock ring, forcing and keeping blood in the penis.
     
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    rrraivoo New Member

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    I know what a good erection is like. I used to have them. Thanks for the suggestions, though.
     
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    ToBe's suggestions were good.
    My urologist usually has good recommendations for me, too. I use the Actis, and a small dose of Cialis 3x weekly. I'm not completely satisfied yet, but everything takes a little tweaking.
     
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    My doctor prescribed Levitra, the 20 mg size and cut it in half - so far so good.
     
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