Pumping pressure?

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  1. kelvinc

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    Hi,

    Ive just got my pump which ive been playing about with. I have one with a gauge and wondering what sort of pressure i should be pumping to?
     
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    if u just started of go like this:



    a) 20 min max, any more for a newbie and your going to break capilaries and get small scars (not painful)

    b) the pump i have has a hand pump that shows a green mark and a red mark. with practice i will go above the red mark, but not for too long, so try to keep it near green. do what feels comfortable.

    c) break up session into 3 sets of 10 min intervals, in between sets take your cock out for 3 min. and massage it and pull it down. also while you are in it, shake the tube every few min. or so. good luck.
     
  3. Mr Ed in Mass

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    You shouldn't go over 5gh pressure especially if youre a new pumper.
     
  4. Torque8

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    My advice for beginners (from my blog a couple of weeks ago):

    1. Apply lubricant to both the flared area of the cylinder and to the body part which you are pumping to help create a good vacuum seal. My favorites are Albolene and K-Y. I also apply at lot to the head so that it stays moist during the 15-20 minutes in the tube.

    2. Pump gently until you find the best comfort level for you. Each person’s comfort level is different. Do not be surprised if your scrotum is pulled into the cylinder too, this is normal and can add to the pleasurable experience. To avoid having your scrotum sucked into the tube, I often wear a ball restrainer or loosely tie them off with a piece of surgical tubine. Alternatively, pull down on your balls as you pump and until the seal is established in the cylinder.
    3. I strongly suggest that you not pump for more than 15 to 20 minutes at a time. Pump only to a level of comfort, never past that point. This can be different for each individual, as tissue types vary from person to person. Take it easy! If you experience any physical discomfort, discontinue, break the vacuum and start over. It is not necessary to use a lot of pressure to get good results. If your pump has a gauge, pressure levels should be kept between 4 and 6 hg of mercury. If it does not have a gauge, please experiment with your comfort level. I like to place a condum (nipple cut off) over the head/foreskin and the first couple of inches of foreskin to keep it from ballooning. This will keep it from being puffy and resulting in a donut. Believe me, I’ve tried surgical tapes and other things, however nothing beats a tight condum. Just make sure that you cut the nipple end.
    4. As your cock, over a period of time, increases in length/girth you will need to move up to a larger tubes. What I’ve found over the years is that with a tight tube, you’ll achieve increases in length. I generally start my first 20 minute session in my 10 X 2 tube. Have to use a lot of lube and start out soft as my normal circumference exceeds that of the tube. Thus, at about 17 or 18 minutes, I normal pack the entire tube except for some air near the quick release. Then to achieve maximum girth, I switch to either the 10 X 2.25 or 10 X 2.5 tube. As the tube is a bit loose along the shaft, you can experience maximum increases in girth.
    5. Heat cam help with the expansion and softening of tissue. I like to pump immediately after a warm shower. During my first couple of years, I used an electric heating pad.
    6. I also prefer to shave or trim the hair at the base of the pubes to help maintain a good vacuum seal.
    7. Clean your cylinder with a damp cloth and mild soap. Do not use alcohol, as it will degrade the cylinder.
     
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    Should I use the Sleeve that came with it? How about cock rings in the pump?
     
  6. Torque8

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    Using the sleeve is okay, but with experience you'll not need it. I would avoid cock rings in the pump. Use the condum or bicycle inner-bike method to avoid the donut effect unless you really like it.
     
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