1.How can a penis ring improve the erection?

To understand a cock ring you should first get to know the erection: An erection (clinically: penile erection or penile tumescence) is a physiological phenomenon when blood flow to the penis making it becomes firm, engorged, and enlarged. Penile erection is the result of a complex interaction of psychological, neural, vascular, and endocrine factors, and is often associated with sexual arousal or sexual attraction.

So the purpose of a cock ring is to create a situation where blood can’t escape the penile tissue as easily as it can enter it, resulting in some men’s penises becoming slightly more engorged than normally possible.

 

2.What material should I choose?

Cock-rings come in a lot of materials.  It’s been loosely grouped into two types:  elastic and hard. Rubber, latex and silicone rings that have noticeable elasticity are the elastic types.  They are very common and the safest to use if you have the right size.  Rings that are made of metal, hard plastic, or hard non-elastic rubbers are the hard ones.  These can be dangerous since you might run into a situation where the penis swells around the ring; if this happens you might not get it off, which will constrict and can cause additional swelling.  People who don’t know how to use these rings properly often have to make a very embarrassing visit to the ER to have them cut off.  And by then, many people have suffered irreparable damage to their penile tissue.

 

3.How many types of cock rings and how do I use it?

Penis ring:

Make sure you have an erection first.

Slip the ring over the head of your penis.

Roll it 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:

-All of them should:

  1. Be right up against your body with no gap.
  2. Be able to stay in place even when you have no erection and you stand up.
  3. 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 pulling more blood towards the penis.

-If you have trouble putting on your penis ring it can help to apply some lubricant to your penis and testicles, and to the inside of the penis ring.

-If you find it difficult to orgasm with your ring on, remove it just before orgasm. This can also increase pleasure.

-Buying a ring that vibrates can increase pleasure and arousal, improving your erection.

-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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