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Mild pain after pumping

I pump at 4-5 HG and use a 2 inch diameter tube. I tried using a 1.75 inch tube and it was too tight.

The cylinder I am using is here:

http://www.lapdist.com/product/SKU1.html

Problem I am having is that I am getting too much suction into the groin. It is mild discomfort while pumping but several hours after pumping I feel a discomfort on left or right side where the groin meets the leg. Feels like a pinched nerve or circulation blockage, Sometimes my left leg will ache too.

Not sure how to correct this issue.

Any ideas are appreciated.


Last edited by FryPup : 01-12-2017 at .

Try starting your routine with an erection and bone press the cylinder into your crotch as you begin to pump up.


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Originally Posted by gprent
Try starting your routine with an erection and bone press the cylinder into your crotch as you begin to pump up.

Good advise, but realise that ligament stretching is a good thing.

And be patient increasing the pressure.


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As of December 5th 2012 7 3/8" BPEL and 6 1/8" base girth.

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Originally Posted by gprent
Try starting your routine with an erection and bone press the cylinder into your crotch as you begin to pump up.

That is what I have been doing but it does not seem to help, but I will try again.

If you’re new to pumping maybe all you need is 2-3hg generally less is more beneficial

When I pumped, I got the same pain if I went too high on the pressure. Incidentally, 5 hg wasn’t bad but it could be that I have a bit more fat for padding down there. Like others have suggested, lowering your pressure will help. Keep in mind that there is nothing down there that can get damaged by that small amount of pressure so the soreness will eventually go away.


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LUBE. There are silicone lubes specially made for pumping but I think Olive Oil is also considered fine. I use Glyde, sold by pumptoys.com


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Originally Posted by thoughtfulgold
Surprised not to see this tip here yet.

LUBE. There are silicone lubes specially made for pumping but I think Olive Oil is also considered fine. I use Glyde, sold by pumptoys.com

I do use olive oil.

Starting to think the issue is the pump cylinder I am using. The base is not rounded off.

For those of you with no pain from pumping, what brand of pump cylinder do you use? List a link of a website if you can.

I’m using a LeLuv now and it has rounded edges, think I bought mine on Amazon Gprent is the one who suggested it and linked me to it before.


Gaining in progress...

I started a few months ago with the Penomet and had the same pains, At one point it felt more like a pulled testee.

It goes away, just slow down the routine until it is a mild discomfort. It’s a gradual stretching process.

What I am not understanding is why is it that most of the pressure ends up at the base?

Could it be that the base is the point of least resistance to pressure?

Actually the flanged edge of the LAPdist cylinder is wider and more comfortable than LeLuv. You might want to consider a thick silicone gasket from PumpToys. Adds comfort and reduces pressure in the groin area.


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Originally Posted by dtwarren1942
Actually the flanged edge of the LAPdist cylinder is wider and more comfortable than LeLuv. You might want to consider a thick silicone gasket from PumpToys. Adds comfort and reduces pressure in the groin area.

I have the pumptoys cylinder here:

https://www.pumptoys.com/catalog/Al…ylinder-67.html

It comes with the cushion, but still discomfort during and after pumping. Same issue. Most of pressure ends up at base.

Confusing as to why so much pressure at the base. If I pump at lower HG’s, I feel little pull on the shaft. Pulling really starts at around 4.5 HG, but then too much pressure at base.

Originally Posted by FryPup
I have the pumptoys cylinder here:

https://www.pumptoys.com/catalog/Al…ylinder-67.html

It comes with the cushion, but still discomfort during and after pumping. Same issue. Most of pressure ends up at base.

Confusing as to why so much pressure at the base. If I pump at lower HG’s, I feel little pull on the shaft. Pulling really starts at around 4.5 HG, but then too much pressure at base.

Well, think for a moment. When you pump…you are sicking air out of the cylinder. Correct? With less air in the cylinder, the cylinder is going to draw closer to what is effecting the seal at the opening of the cylinder. That is the base of your cock. That is the way this is made. ALL cylinders will dig into the pubic bone somewhat. The question then becomes…if you’re not accustomed to that level of pressure, why are you using the higher pressure that causes you pain?

ANY cylinder would bite like that. It’s just the nature of removing the air in it.


Now: 9" BPEL x 6" MSEG as of 12/16/2016 This is my story...and a few progress pics of me here.

Then: 6.25" x 4.37" in 8/2009 Are you new to PE? Here's some advice I wish someone had given me when I first started.

My big secret? My methods. There is no "Holy Grail" of Penis Enlargement. Only time and effort works. I'm *8* years in and counting. All you have to do is put the work in and keep the faith. Also Fitness helps too.

[QUOTE=thoughtfulgold]
Well, think for a moment. When you pump…you are sicking air out of the cylinder. Correct? With less air in the cylinder, the cylinder is going to draw closer to what is effecting the seal at the opening of the cylinder. That is the base of your cock. That is the way this is made. ALL cylinders will dig into the pubic bone somewhat. The question then becomes…if you’re not accustomed to that level of pressure, why are you using the higher pressure that causes you pain?

ANY cylinder would bite like that. It’s just the nature of removing the air in it.
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Well, if I do not go up to at least 4.5 HG, then what is the point of pumping if little pull on the shaft?

My theory is that the base is the weakest point so that area is pulled the most.

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