Vacuum Pumping with Thickwall Cylinders - Cock & Ball Weekends @ Hamilton Hall


Vacuum Pumping with Thickwall Cylinders Cock & Ball Weekends @ Hamilton Hall

COCK & BALL WORKSHOP WEEKEND

Penis Vacuum Pumping Guide
Hamilton Hall is hosting COCK & BALL WORKSHOPS throughout the year and part of this weekend is a demonstration and edvice on Vacuum Pumping with advice and demo and then, if you wish, you can try before to consider spending your money - and learn from a pro..

Thickwall Cylinders is the company we always promote although we are not connected financially in any way. Hamilton Hall just appreciates other gay business and we try and assist and promote those we find are easy and pleasant to do business with, as believe me, MANY are not.



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Looking for advice on penis vacuum pumping? This guide is designed to give you advice and information on safe cock pumping. The information also applies to clitoral, nipple and rosebud pumping. Please note that you should not insert any of the cylinders into the body except for the rosebud cylinder (and even then ONLY THE PROBE). You should never sit ONTO the cylinder.


Getting Started


Connect your cylinder to a vacuum pump using the push-fit mechanism. We strongly recommend only using a pump with a pressure gauge and trigger vacuum release. Sit securely, in a safe and secure, private place. Using a water based lubricant, lubricate the area to be pumped. This will also help keep a seal. J-Lube works well and will not rot rubber based products. Start pumping slowly; there should be a gentle tugging feeling. If there is any pain or discomfort, you should reduce the vacuum and STOP if it continues. Release the vacuum often, especially for first time usage. Little and often is the key. To release the vacuum, use the release on the pump. Removal of the vacuum fitting is not recommended or necessary to release the vacuum. DO NOT exceed a static vacuum greater than 6 inch Hg / 15cm Hg / 0.2 bar. A vacuum up to 10 inch ( 25 cm) Hg is acceptable only where the vacuum is continuously cycled slowly between 10 inch and 4 inch.

Precautions

Apply only the minimum amount of vacuum necessary to achieve an erection; excessive vacuum pressure may bruise or injure the penis. The circulatory system and body tissue can easily be traumatised by exceeding the vacuum levels mentioned above either momentarily, or exceeding a lower level for appreciable periods. This may happen even with breaks and massage. Repeated damage can result in permanent erectile dysfunction and tissue fibrosis. Use of a vacuum pump may aggravate existing conditions such as Peyronie’s disease (the formation of hardened tissue in the penis that causes pain, curvature, and distortion, usually during erection); Priapism (persistent, usually painful erection of the penis as a consequence of disease and not related to sexual arousal); and urethral strictures (urethral stricture is an area of hardened tissue, which narrows the urethra sometimes making it difficult to urinate. If you have either of these conditions, please discuss with your doctor prior to use.

Warnings

If there is any pain or discomfort, you should reduce the vacuum. and STOP if it continues.

If flesh goes purple or blue, cold and numb, STOP immediately and massage. You have been pumping too long or at too high a vacuum. Do not restart until circulation has been fully restored


DO NOT use with a cock ring or other device designed to constrict blood flow to the penis and scrotum.

Never use a cylinder if there is anything more than just cosmetic damage.


Use only water-based lubricants. DO NOT use petroleum based lubricants such as Vaseline which seal the skin. Pumping with such lubricants may cause blisters of lymphatic fluid or air from body tissue which will take time to heal, re-occur more easily and with greater frequency, and may become infected.


DO NOT use whilst driving.


DO NOT use under the influence of alcohol or drugs, as this may impair your judgment and increase the risk of injury to the penis.

Using cylinders in warm water can be a great help and add to the fun at bath time, but DO NOT use an electrically powered vacu