I was wondering how you or anyone else has delt with the “burn” from the wrap around
where you attach the bracket? I have dealt with the “sac burn” fine just by pulling some of the skin
through the circle.
Also, I was wondering if you track your daily use. I am really lazy in that department and plan
to start tracking starting Monday. Up until now, I am sure I have been using it at least 6-8 hours
a day in 2-3 hour sessions.
Also, how do you use that lotion? Do you put it on before or after? I have some pretty good
vitamin E and Aloe lotion I usually use after each session.
I deal with “attachment irritation” three ways: 1) every so often I apply neosiporin to the glans & corona area including the circumcision scar; 2) I use DMSO/AloeVera gel about once/day to go after general irritation and tissue soreness; 3) I wrap the attachment area around the glans with 2-inch wide J&J surgical gauze (and, I am dang careful when I unwrap to unwind the opposite way I wrapped slow and easy so as not to pull the skin). These work fine for me.
I keep accurate records using a computer spread sheet. Every individual exercise that is part of my routine has a column on the spread sheet and the rows represent consecutive days. I log every minute I spend in traction, every kegel, every jelq, and every minute I pump. I also have a comments column to enter general information and observations for each day. The point is - if you don’t measure it how do you expect to control it? Maybe your memory is a lot better than mine but I find that a daily journal is essential.
I typically apply one coating of DMSO/aloe vera gel in the mid afternoon as by that time I have been stretching quite a while and my unit is starting to get a bit beat up. The gel really helps.
I hope this helps - all the best,