Male Organ Pump It Up: Seeking Bigger Male Organ Sizeby John Dugan Owner
Starting in adolescence (if not earlier), guys become aware of their own male organ size in relation to the size of other males. Many a careful, sly glance occurs in locker rooms and showers to determine if a guy thinks he measures up to his peers in the male organ size department, and for many this can become a very important issue all through life. Even acknowledging that male organ health and skill with one’s equipment ultimately matters more than mere male organ size, most men still would like to sport an obviously impressive member. Sometimes a man will actively seek out ways of possibly expanding their male organ size, and the use of a male organ pump is one such way in which that goal is pursued.
About the male organ pump
The male organ pump is a medical device that is recommended for some men who experience issues with tumescence function and is intended to help men either get a tumescence or to maintain a tumescence for longer periods of time. However, many men use the male organ pump for recreational uses, meaning that they do not necessarily experience tumescence dysfunction but simply wish to use the pump to hopefully add to their male organ size.
Essentially, the male organ pump is a cylinder attached to a constricting ring on one end and powered by a pump. The member is inserted in the end with the constricting ring. Air is then pumped out, creating a vacuum, which encourages blood to rush into the manhood, creating a tumescence. (There also are water-based male organ pumps, which work on a similar principle.)
Bigger male organ size
Some men who use a male organ pump recreationally for bigger size like to “over-pump,” causing the manhood to balloon up to a greater size than expected – however, usually this expansion results in a wider manhood rather than a longer one. This is also a temporary effect, in some cases diminishing almost as soon as the member is removed from the male organ pump.
Many men claim that they can achieve a bigger member long term, not by over-pumping but by using the pump as recommended on a regular (frequently daily) basis. The theory is that this is similar to exercising muscles, whereby exercising the same muscle regularly results in it becoming larger over time. However, studies have not really been conducted to confirm this theory, and so the question of whether this works in terms of a permanent increase in male organ size is still debated.
When used properly, a male organ pump is generally considered to be safe. However, and especially when not used properly, there can be side effects. Among these are:
- Possible bruising of the member
- Numbness or tingling
- Pain and soreness
- Burst blood vessels
- Difficulty releasing seed or pain during seed release
In some cases, men who “over-pump” too frequently or for too long a time can cause damage to the manhood that may in the future impede tumescence function.
It’s best to get a doctor’s opinion before using a male organ pump, especially if a man has blood issues such as clotting or is using a blood thinner.
Using a male organ pump in search of greater male organ size may cause soreness, so regular application apply a first-rate male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is advised. The chosen oil must contain a combination of a high-end emollient (such as shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E), which can help to soothe male member skin that is sore from stretching. In addition, the best oil is going to contain vitamin B5, also known as pantothenic acid, which is a vital nutrient that is required for cell metabolism and the maintenance of healthy tissue.Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving member sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.
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