The Truth About Penis Pumps: Separating Myths from Facts

The Truth About Penis Pumps: Separating Myths from Facts

Why are Penis Pumps given such a bad rap in comparison to other gadgets and aids that have earned their legitimate spots in our bedroom repertoire? In fact, should we be having open and honest discussions about them? Bathmate is the best-selling hydropump collection of penile pumps and one of Harmony's best-selling brands, so we met with Bathmate's Brand Manager, Tim Brown, who gave us the inside scoop on everything penis pump.

So it's evident that we need to discuss - and champion - the penis pump! To do so, we first dispel certain frequently held beliefs about what penile pumps do and do not do.

Myth 1: Using a penile pump will enlarge your penis.

If you'll excuse the pun, this is the big one. Unless you're well-versed in what a penile pump is and what it can achieve, you could be forgiven for thinking that long-term use results in penis enlargement. Pumps have nearly legendary status due to the way they are portrayed in online advertising, the media, and more than one eye-watering urban myth. But the truth is that no matter how hard or long you use the pump, it won't give you that extra inch or two of manhood forever.


How does a penis pump function?

So, what precisely is it? Of course, the penis pump has a purpose; otherwise, we wouldn't sell so many of them here at Be Daring. Far from being a gimmick, it's one of the best tools we sell for enhancing bedroom play and intimate relationships. It grows erect by using a vacuum pump seal to force blood into the penis. Because more blood is pumped into the penis, it will become slightly larger than usual - but only for a brief time. So there you have it: increased blood flow results in transient penile enlargement.


How to Use a Penis Pump Correctly

Placing a silicone cock ring or constriction band around the base of the penis will help keep it swollen for longer, but it will eventually deflate, exactly like a balloon. And, using a penile pump on a daily basis can have an effect over time. The more the (penis pump) is used, the more the cardiovascular fitness of the penis will improve - it's a way of training your penis to grow in girth and length.The more you utilise it, the better the results.

Myth 2: Penis pumps might harm your penis.

Is it safe to use a penis pump?

In summary, they are safe and will not harm your manhood. While the prospect of something potentially damaging their penis, such as receiving a penile implant, makes most men cringe, the fact is that we live in the twenty-first century. Penis pumps are sophisticated equipment built to the greatest standards, controlled, tested, and constantly improved by manufacturers and sellers who only care about the users' enjoyment, not suffering. In reality, penis pumps are a huge part of the burgeoning sexual wellness movement, so don't be alarmed if this is your first time dabbling in this realm of sex toys. Our penis pumps are completely safe and of great quality, making them ideal for self-pleasure and confidence building.

The Bathmate Hydro pump range is particularly safe. because we utilise water to create a safe, negative hydraulic pressure around the penis. This is beneficial for the penis since it eliminates the possibility of ulcers and blisters. Bathmate Hydro pumps are all government-approved.

Bathmate Hydro7 Penis Pump

Bathmate Hydro7 Penis Pump

Myth 3: Penis pumps are only used by old men.

Who can benefit from a penis pump?

Anyone with a penis! It's not true that penis pumps are only for senior men. Erectile dysfunction, the primary reason men seek out a penis pump, can occur at any age and for a variety of causes. Yes, the numbers rise as men reach their forties, but you can have difficulty attaining or keeping an erection as early as your twenties. It's also not unheard of. It doesn't mean we're ineffectual, it doesn't mean we're broken, and it doesn't mean we're getting old; it just means we're human and can now enjoy one of the greatest sex toys on the market.

Myth 4: If you have diabetes or poor blood circulation, you cannot utilise a penis pump.

Again, this is not correct. Erectile dysfunction is frequent in males with inadequate blood circulation (for obvious reasons), but it is also common in diabetics, who are three times more likely to have difficulty getting an erection. This is due to the fact that the high sugar levels caused by diabetes over time can cause damage to your blood vessels and nerves, including those that supply your penis. This, in turn, reduces the amount of blood traveling to your penis, which may cause erectile dysfunction. So, it appears that a penis pump is just what you require, correct? Penis pumps are being used by men all over the world to meet their sexual wellness demands.


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