Article: Does Penis Pumping Really Work, and Real-Life
of you may be reading about penis pumping for
the first time; while others may have spent hours
or even days online trying to break down marketing
hype to maybe some success!
not my dear friends, because today, we reveal
the truth about penis enlargement through vacuum
pump technology, a.k.a. penis pumping!
let's get down to the basic question, "HOW
DOES IT WORK?" Well, I'm glad you asked!
pumping works by forcing blood into the penis
by means of vacuum (suction) in a penile containment
you have probably guessed, it works by sticking
your penis in the cylinder and pumping the air
out, leaving a vacuum.
what happens inside the cylinder is something
are TWO types of enlargement that occurs
when using the penis pump.
first is the most temporary, but is the first
gain you will notice even after you first pump
second gain is what pumpers term "permanent
gains," and involves training the corpus
cavernosa to stretch and store larger amounts
of blood adding to girth. It also involves stretching
of the suspensory ligament which adds to length.
To define: The corpus cavernosa is the elastic
penile tissues mass around the urethra in the
shaft of the penis that store blood during an
erection; The suspensory ligament is the ligament
that holds the penis to the pubic bone.
let's get to it!
type of gain: Lymphedema
For new pumpers, this is the most immediate and
exciting result they will receive out of their
the first minute of pumping, blood engourges the
penile tissues of the corpus cavernos causing
an instant erection. Over time (during the pump
session), the pressures applied to the penis will
cause lymphatic fluid, a.k.a lymph, to SLOWLY
squeeze its way into hard to reach tissues of
the penis where it gets trapped. Lymph finds its
way all the way beneath the skin of the penis.
By the end of the session, your penis will be
at least 2 times as heavy and noticeably larger
in girth both in the flaccid and erect state due
to lymph. The process of lymph being trapped in
the penile tissues is called lymphedema
and it occurs where there is improper drainage
of fluids (caused by vacuum pumping).
is lymph in the penis temporary?
yes. Once the vacuum is released, lymph can then
properly drain back into the body. The bulk of
the lymph in the penis takes anywhere from 2-3
hours to drain. But the crafty company, CTC, have
come up with a solution that extends the "just
pumped" look as much as a 12-24 hours!
without further adew! Introducing the worlds ONLY
Cock Cushion! Simply stretch this
comfortable & inconspicuous ring around the
"just pumped" penis and enjoy
hours and hours of horseman superpowers! Where
tight jeans and watch people gawk as they take
notice your monster. Where loose clothes on a
windy day and people will trip over their own
now, you can guess that us pumpers are really
crafty. And for most all of us, we regard lymph
and these little tricks as one of the joys of
the trade! We hope you can too!
type of gain: "Permanent
When you force blood into the penis using a vacuum,
you can normally force a little more blood in
the penis than the erection can. This causes the
tissues of the corpus cavernosa to expand greater
than a normal erection can provide. Through dedicated
pumping, this extra expansion will cause the tissues
to be trained to accommodate the extra load. When
the tissues of the corpus cavernosa become so
trained to easily enlarge, this is what we pumpers
refer to as a "permanent
gain" to the penis. This "permanent
gain" constitutes the increase
length, one must pull more of the "inner
penis" out of the body by stretching the
suspensory ligament, the ligament that holds the
penis to the pubic bone. The suspensory ligament
can be felt by stretching out your penis with
one hand and poking the ligament located where
the penis meets the body with the other hand.
The "inner penis" is the length of penis
that remains inside the body. You can feel this
inner penis behind your ballsac. Oh, don't be
is the suspensory ligament holds the inner penis
inside the body.
penis pumping, a good amount of stretch is applied
to the suspensory ligament, and over time, this
suspensory ligament can stretch to become more
elastic then before. This will allow more of the
inner penis to become externalized or visible
to the outside world, adding more length!
just our luck, that darned suspensory ligament
is as stubborn as a mule to stretch! But don't
worry, we crafty pumpers have some tricks up our
to "packing the tube."
pumping, if there is room between your erect penis
and the inner walls, the pulling power is dispersed
in all directions, toward the cylinder (girth
gains) and away from the body (length gains).
when you pack your tube (no space between the
tube and penis), the pulling power is then only
focused in one direction, away from the body.
This causes more stretch on the suspensory ligament
focusing the stretch soley on the suspensory ligament.
a dedicated pumping regimen, the suspensory ligament
will become easily stretched, allowing more of
the inner penis to be coaxed out of the body.
This will add to your length to both your flaccid
and erect penis!
Folks, as you can see, you can expect two types
of gains out of penis pumping. A temporary, lymphatic
gain, and a more "permanent" enlargement
caused by the repeated stretching of the penile
tissues and suspensory ligament.
type of gain is AWESOME for its purpose.
Most ALL pumpers enjoy the temporary gains
because it allows a HUGE increase to size
on demand. We use these temporary gains to increase
size before sex,
to get a nice size bulge
in our pants before the gym or club, and it gives
us added confidence
to go gallivanting around town. "Permanent
gains" are fantastic too for
obvious reasons, not only do we get the temp gains
in the process, but being able to pump your package
to new levels is extremely inspiring.
that's it for the Squirtman! I hope this explains
the "HOW IT WORKS" of penis pumping!
see you in the next article.
"Making the world of penis pumping a safer
and better place!"
Article: Does Penis Pumping Really Work, and Real-Life