Can Cockrings Damage Your Privates?

By YourTango

Can Cockrings Damage Your Privates?
Learn about how to safely and effectively use cockrings to avoid damage and adverse effects.

There’s much about cockrings that garner much interest and commercial attention. For starters, they’re a reasonably priced cock and balls toy (CBT) that provides instant male enhancement through the principle of constriction, unlike drugs and other methods that take time to manifest results. Their first documented use was believed to be in China, using eyelids of goat that were tied around the erection of men.

Cockrings – may it be a metal-made horseshoe cock ring, a glass penis ring, or a ring with additional features like a vibrator – have different selling propositions, depending on what gain you want to reap. There’s one that mainly functions as an erection ring, constricting blood flow most effectively. There are those made for long wear, made of metal or leather ideally. There are those, too, that wrap around both your penis and balls.

 

But how can cockrings potentially damage your privates?

Of course, the male genitals is made up of millions of blood vessels and blood flow constriction is something that your organ is hardly designed to do. Some consequences of using an erection ring too tightly or improperly include severe pain, discoloration, and numbness.

It is therefore very important that you work toward not just pleasure, but also your safety. The size of your erection should be increased only slightly – consider the fit too tight if there is swelling that you can notice. Take the ring off immediately at the first sign of pain or discomfort, or if your power drill feels rather cold. Don’t wear the ring for long periods of time, too, with only about 30 minutes at a time. Do not go to sleep while wearing it!

If you experience any of the said adverse effects, seek medical attention immediately. An Emergency Room staff is sufficiently equipped to address your situation.

You only want to get the benefits, right? To avoid any untoward incident, use your cockring properly around the top of the shaft and behind your balls. No matter what kind of cock ring you’re using, there shouldn’t be pain at all. Put it on a flaccid penis, not an erect one!

A stretchy ring may offer a great ring, but metal-made penis rings are also sought-after, especially horseshoe cock rings that fit the male anatomy quite marvelously.

The devil is in the details, so make sure you research thoroughly on how to best and most safely use and reap benefits from your cockring.