Avoiding Male Organ Pain While Using a Pump

One of the benefits of a society which is more open concerning sensual issues is the greater availability of items, both recreational and medical, for use on the manhood. A male organ pump is one such device which has a definite medical use (for helping men with tumescence issues achieve firmness) and a recreational use (for allowing men to “pump up” their member for fun). Of course, using a male organ pump for pure recreational purposes does come with some risks; used improperly, it can lead to male organ injury, in severe cases, or general male organ pain in less severe ones. The more a man knows about a male organ pump before using one, the less likely the chance of experiencing male organ pain.

With that in mind, here are some tips which many find useful in helping to decrease the chance of male organ pain from a male organ pump experience.


1.Measure the member. Some pumps come in different sizes, in which case it’s important to know that which one to get. It’s best to measure both length and girth of the member when it is tumescent.

2.Read the directions. Yes, it’s understandable that a guy may be anxious to get to the fun stuff right away – but it’s still better to take a few minutes and actually read the directions that should come with a male organ pump. Knowing how it works and what needs to be done to use it effectively – and then using that information – is the best way to avoid male organ pain and injury. One thing that is important to know is what is the recommended pressure range to seek. So find that information and do not exceed that range.

3.Clean it. Before the first use (and indeed before each use), take a few minutes to disinfect the cylinder. The pump is an attractive place for bacteria to grow.

4.Prep the manhood. Just as experts advise people to warm up before engaging in long distance running or lifting heavy weights, so should a man warm up his member before engaging in pumping. One recommended preparation routine involves taking a small towel, soaking it in warm water, and then wrapping it around the member for two-thee minutes. Afterward, rub some lotion or lubricant on the organ and gently massage it with the hands. Although the manhood is likely to get at least partially tumescent, stick to gently massaging as opposed to self-stimulating; the latter involves more friction and may dry the member out somewhat.

5.Consider shaving. Although massively hairy men do indeed use male organ pumps, so men find that the presence of hair gets a little in the way – it can get caught in the tube and pulled, producing some discomfort. Some men prefer to be clean-shaven or at least trimmed when using a pump.

6.Don’t overdo it. Pumping too long or at too high a pressure is the most common reason for male organ pain from pumping. Beginners should definitely take it easy; most sources recommend taking a break of 3-5 minutes every 15 minutes and only going for a half hour to start. This can build slowly, but any time there is pain, a guy should stop.

7.Talk to a doctor. Guys can sometimes be embarrassed talking about ways in which they engage their manhood, but it’s good to let a doctor know if a pump is in the offing. He may have some words of caution to impart that can be useful.

Even when taking precautions, male organ pump use can still sometimes result in a little male organ pain. Regularly applying a superior male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help alleviate that soreness. is strongly urged. This is especially true when using a crème with both a high end emollient (like shea butter) and a natural hydrator (like vitamin E), which together can provide great relief to aching manhood skin. It’s also beneficial if the crème contains vitamin D, as this is often called a miracle vitamin due to its ability to support healthy cellular function.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving male 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.


Author: John Dugan