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The Loverband for venous leakage

The Loverband for venous leakage

A cockring functions by restricting the outflow of blood from the penis. But it also can clamp down on other structures, such as the urethra. A device called The Loverband addresses this issue by restricting only the blood outflow, and nothing else. It does that by pressing down only on the top of the base of the penis. The device can be found here:

I decided to spring for one of these things despite the price ($37 with shipping) just to see if it worked. It turns out to be a giant O-ring. It’s 1/4 inch material, and the O-ring has an inside diameter of 11.875 inches, so the circumference of the loop is about 39 inches. To put it on, you step into the ring, pulling the front up to your belly. Then you pull the part that’s across your back down between your legs, and up over your package so that it rests on the base of the penis. This is shown in detailed drawings on the site. One size fits all, supposedly.

The material is some kind of black rubber that’s very stretchy, up to a point. I can’t really tell for sure, but I don’t think it’s hollow tubing. Anyway, if you grab it at points 4 inches apart, you can stretch that segment fairly easily to 8 inches, but not a lot beyond that.

I’ve tried it out, and it actually works pretty well. You get an erection, and then the band helps keep the penis pumped up, particularly the head. It’s comfortable, and doesn’t interfere with ejaculation or anything. They say to use it for 20 minutes, but I went a good bit beyond that with no problem. You may have to adjust the tension, basically by putting more or less stretch into the part that’s across your belly. You need to use the least pressure on the penis that still gives results, which requires a bit of experimenting.

I’ll try to attach a picture showing the Loverband itself. But the picture also shows a much lower cost alternative, which is some elastic material I picked up long ago from WalMart. It’s flat, not round, and this particular material is 5/8 inch instead of 1/4 inch. But the elastic stretches in a way that’s very similar to the round band, and, based on a quick test, seems to work the same way. You would just have to cut a length of elastic and sew the ends together to form a loop. When my Loverband wears out, I’ll use the elastic.

So this thing looks a little goofy when you’re wearing it, but if you just wear a t-shirt, that would hide the belly strip, and then the part on your dick just looks like a cockring. I don’t know whether this device could be useful for PE, but it might be a good alternative to something like clamping. It does keep your dick pretty pumped up. However, I don’t think it will maintain an erection on its own.

I’ve always had a moderate problem with venous leakage, and that’s what this device is really meant for. So if you have more trouble staying erect when standing than when lying down, and your head doesn’t really get big and firm, you might want to give something like this a try. But at least try the elastic alternative first.

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However, it presses down on the dorsal vein, the main source of surface blood to shaft of the penis. Accordingly, I would think that it would cut off circulation to some extent such that the constriction would slowly desensitize the penis. Have you experienced and desensitization over a period of ten to twenty minutes when wearing the device?

Start 11/09 BPEL: 5.5", EG: 4.4"

Current. BPEL: 6:4", EG: 5.5"

So far I haven’t noticed anything like that. The dorsal vein doesn’t actually supply blood to anything. Veins carry blood back to the heart. The arteries which supply blood are deep inside the penis, and apparently are not constricted at all. Of course that would be counter-productive. In any case, I don’t think the constriction is anywhere near total. Unless the thing is really tight, there is some ebb and flow depending on your state of arousal.

However, somewhere on the site it says the device can help with premature ejaculation. I assume that implies some temporary desensitization is possible. But as I said, so far I haven’t noticed anything like that.

Basically, it works just like a cockring except that it doesn’t press anywhere but that one place rather than all around.

I wrote a thread time ago guessing how that could work but never trying it. Nice to hear a review. I have a theraband band (those for gymnicks) cylindric, 1/2” diameter. Have to try it.

I have ED (diabetic) and the only constriction that works for me is an Osbon tension band ($25 w/shipping) after pumping up. However, sensitivity starts to fade after 10 minutes and it needs to be removed after 20 minutes or so..

Can you describe how tight the pressure is on the top of your shaft? I need a lot.

Start 11/09 BPEL: 5.5", EG: 4.4"

Current. BPEL: 6:4", EG: 5.5"

The pressure is completely adjustable. If you stretch out the part that’s across your stomach, then the part on your shaft will be relatively loose and the pressure light. But if you move the stretch around in the opposite direction, the pressure on the shaft can be quite high - enough to be uncomfortable. So you just have to play around with it to find the right amount of pressure.

To correct something I put in the original post - the Walmart elastic band material I tried is 3/8 inch, not 5/8.

It might make sense for you to buy some of the elastic stuff for a couple dollars, cut off a 40-inch length, sew or staple the ends together, and use that the way you would use the Loverband. That would at least tell you whether the basic idea will work for you.

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