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Erectile Dysfunction Ring

Erectile Dysfunction Ring

Description

Most people probably think of penis rings as a device to increase pleasure during sex. This is true, but they can also be used in people with erectile dysfunction to try and improve erections.

If you want to find out how a penis ring can help improve your erections, or you want to know about other ways of improving erections, then we’ve got the info you need.

How can a penis ring improve my erections?

Although penis rings have not been proven to improve erections for everyone, studies of individual people have shown that you could see some real benefits - the main advantage of penis rings is they can be used with other erectile dysfunction treatments to improve the effects.

A penis ring fits around the base of the penis, or the penis and testicles, and applies pressure to the surrounding area. This pressure squeezes the blood vessels that carry blood out of the penis and causes blood to leave more slowly.

If you have erectile dysfunction then your body can’t keep enough blood in the penis to keep an erection going. A penis ring will trap blood in the penis for longer and increases the total amount of blood in the penis for a stronger erection.

How do I choose a penis ring?

The main things to consider when picking a penis ring are:

The material it’s made from - this is important if you have any latex allergies or sensitive skin.

How well it fits - the right fit will apply enough pressure to get the effect, without causing you pain or harm. Ideally you want a ring that’s adjustable.

You can buy different types of penis rings from specialist high street shops or online if you prefer.

Penis rings (also known as cock rings, tension rings, or constriction bands) come in a few varieties but there are also similar devices called pleasure and testicle rings which work slightly differently.

How do I use a penis ring?

Here’s a guide on putting on your penis ring, depending on the type:

Penis ring:

  • Make sure you have an erection first.
  • Slip the ring over the head of your penis.
  • Roll is down your shaft up against the base (where the penis meets your crotch).

Penoscrotal ring:

  • Make sure you’re flaccid.
  • Put your testicles in first, one-by-one.
  • Fold the head of your penis down towards the ring.
  • Push the head of your penis through the ring and pull the rest of your shaft.
  • Make sure the ring is at the base of your penis and scrotum.

Testicle ring:

Go for a lightweight one if you’re a beginner.

With the penoscrotal ring, put your testicles through the ring one-by-one.

This will not sit at the base of your scrotum, but it will hang on the top of your testicles.

For all rings:

  • They should:
  • Be right up against your body with no gap.
  • Be able to stay in place even when you have no erection and you stand up.
  • Not feel too tight or uncomfortable.

You may want to try increasing blood flow by taking a hot bath or shower beforehand.

Shaving your pubic hair can avoid them painfully snagging on the ring.

Try them with masturbation before trying them with sex so you can get used to them.

Standing or being on top could help as gravity with pull more blood towards the penis.

Using with a condom - it’s hard to say whether you should put your ring or condom on first (if you’re using one). Putting the ring on second might help keep the condom on, but it could also damage it. You will have to put your condom on second with a penoscrotal ring because they need to go on when you’re flaccid and condoms need to go on when you’re erect.

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