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Donut effect from Bib hanger

Donut effect from Bib hanger

Every time I use my BIB longer than 5 minutes I get a very pronounced “donut” right at the circumscision scar. This is preventing me from maintaining a good routine with multiple sessions. Please help me with any suggestions or ideas to help me keep my dick from looking so mangled.

I wrap with a 2.5” wide strip of jogging pants material that is about 18-20” long stretched out. I haven’t had any success with Theraband so I don’t use it. I wrap up to the glans and attach the BIB about 1” behind the glans. I push the BIB forward (towards glans), this rolls the skin forward similiar to a non circumsized penis, and clamp the hanger down untill there is no slippage when weight is applied. I use even settings on toe in/out and top/bottom gap.

Thanks


"You can't judge a fisherman by the size of his boat, but a bigger boat sure makes his job easier!"- unknown "Its not the size of the boat, its the motion in the ocean. Yeah but it takes a long time to get to England in a rowboat!" - Jeff Foxworthy June 2002: BPEL:6.5-6.75" EG:5.5-5.75" ? (Toilet Paper tube girth) October 2003 BPEL:8.0" EG:6.5" mid 7.0" @ Base February 2005 same :( New Year's Resolution: Lose 15 lbs and break this stupid plateau!!!!

shortwide,

>Every time I use my BIB longer than 5 minutes I get a very pronounced “donut” right at the circumscision scar.<

I may need a little clarification. Usually, guys use the term donut to mean interstitial fluid buildup under the skin around the head. Is this what you mean? Is so, for it to accumulate within five minutes under any circumstance is very unusual.

The leading cause for this is wrap which is too tight, or not elastic enough. Is your jogging pants material very elastic? If not, you can try wrapping extremely loose with the material, and then wrap theraband over the top.

Also, 2.5 inches by 18-20 inches is probably way too much material, even by itself. This much thick material will clog the blood channels which will also cause the fluid buildup.

>I wrap up to the glans and attach the BIB about 1” behind the glans. I push the BIB forward (towards glans), this rolls the skin forward similiar to a non circumsized penis, and clamp the hanger down untill there is no slippage when weight is applied.<

I do not understand this. You put on the Bib, push it forward, and then tighten it? Is there a specific reason for this? I would recommend pulling the head out away from the wrap as you tighten.

Bigger

Bib,

>I may need a little clarification. Usually, guys use the term donut to mean interstitial fluid buildup under the skin around the head. Is this what you mean? Is so, for it to accumulate within five minutes under any circumstance is very unusual. <

Yes this very similiar to the effect I get if I overdo a girth workout.

>The leading cause for this is wrap which is too tight, or not elastic enough. Is your jogging pants material very elastic? If not, you can try wrapping extremely loose with the material, and then wrap theraband over the top. <

The material is pretty elastic. If I don’t wrap tight enough my skin pinches between the top and bottom gaps. I will try the Theraband again.

>I do not understand this. You put on the Bib, push it forward, and then tighten it? Is there a specific reason for this? I would recommend pulling the head out away from the wrap as you tighten. <

I’ve tried clamping down like you said, but everything just squeezes through the hanger untill pressure meets the glans. Very uncomfortable.


"You can't judge a fisherman by the size of his boat, but a bigger boat sure makes his job easier!"- unknown "Its not the size of the boat, its the motion in the ocean. Yeah but it takes a long time to get to England in a rowboat!" - Jeff Foxworthy June 2002: BPEL:6.5-6.75" EG:5.5-5.75" ? (Toilet Paper tube girth) October 2003 BPEL:8.0" EG:6.5" mid 7.0" @ Base February 2005 same :( New Year's Resolution: Lose 15 lbs and break this stupid plateau!!!!

shortwide,

>The material is pretty elastic. If I don’t wrap tight enough my skin pinches between the top and bottom gaps. I will try the Theraband again. <

OK, this is a little hard to explain, so bear with me. It might help some other guys too. When you wrap, you want a solid bundle so that no pinching occurs. Fine. Now also, you want the wrap loose enough so that blood will circulate. Fine. On the surface, these two things are at cross purposes. The key is in the consistancy of the wrap, specifically, the elasticity. With a material elastic enough, you can still wrap with enough tension to provide a solid bundle, no pinching, and yet still provide for circulation.

When you wrap, there is at least some pressure on the blood vessels. When you attach the hanger, the hanger deforms the wrap, actually making it tighter. So then, you have to make sure the TOTAL pressure while wrapped, and with the hanger tightened, is low enough to allow for circulation.

So, how do you do this without having the wrap so loose you get pinching? Elastic wrap. With something like Theraband, you can wrap with just a little tension, it gives a solid bundle, prevents pinching, and yet is extremely elastic and therefore gives when the hanger is attached, and allows for circulation.

Try this test: I can take a piece of 1.5 inch wide Theraband, grasp it in each hand with my forefingers one inch apart, and then stretch it out six inches with minimal force. Very elastic. Then, I can take the same size piece of sweat shirt material and only stretch it one inch. Not too elastic.

I did not always like using only Theraband when hanging because of skin irritation. When my skin was a little beaten up, I would use the sweat shirt material underwrap. First, a layer of the SS material, very loosely wrapped. Just tight enough to hold it on, and only a layer or two. Then, I would wrap the Theraband over the SS material. Skin comfort with a good bit of elasticity, and a very solid bundle.

Also, I wanted to try wrapping with spandex type material, but never got the chance. I reached my goals before I could try it. Someone might experiment, and let us know how that would work. I actually shopped for some on day, but the spandex I found seemed too thin.

>I’ve tried clamping down like you said, but everything just squeezes through the hanger untill pressure meets the glans. Very uncomfortable.<

OK, if that is the case, the bottom adjustments are too far out, there is not enough tension, and your shaft is ‘flowing’ through the hanger. You see, you want to pull the head out, or at least not tighten the hanger while pushing forward, because this will not allow you to grasp as much of the internal structures.

Bigger

Bib,

I tried your suggestions and everything seemed to improve. I did two 10 min sessions and had only slight deformation that went away with a little jelqing.

Thank You


"You can't judge a fisherman by the size of his boat, but a bigger boat sure makes his job easier!"- unknown "Its not the size of the boat, its the motion in the ocean. Yeah but it takes a long time to get to England in a rowboat!" - Jeff Foxworthy June 2002: BPEL:6.5-6.75" EG:5.5-5.75" ? (Toilet Paper tube girth) October 2003 BPEL:8.0" EG:6.5" mid 7.0" @ Base February 2005 same :( New Year's Resolution: Lose 15 lbs and break this stupid plateau!!!!

shortwide,

That’s great. But do not rest on your laurels. Try some variations in wrap and adjustments. But only change one thing at a time so you will know what works best. Keep in mind the things I outlined above.

With some experimentation, you will be amazed at how comfortable it can be. Plus, you can gain while experimenting.

Bigger

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