Been using the Somaerect response II vacuum device for about 4 weeks now. Had a zoom demo from a very helpful chap at imedicare and read all the attached leaflets and stuff.
I think my technique for using it ok and as per the instructions. Pulling all the loose scrotal skin away(doing this with some force), not using too much lubricant, pumping slowly and leaving 10 seconds between sets etc.
I'm using the standard clear tube with the larger of the two black cushioning seals.
Length wise we are all good, almost back to pre op length. But girth wise, im not sure if
a. I have the right size tube
b. my tecnique is wrong
c. it's just how it's supposed to be?
So, my question is, when pumped up to full size should there be some space/a gap/fresh air around the full length of the erection and the inside face of the clear tube?
When at full length the first 2-3 inches of my penis (for almost its full circumference, from about 2 o'clock to 10 o'clock) is squashed tightly against the inside face of the tube (uncomfortable but not painful). The remaining length is touching at 3 and 9 o'clock with the top of the glands pressing against the top face of the tube.
When i put a constriction ring on, let the vacuum off and try to remove the device the erection doesn't pull out easily, it's kind of air locked and needs a bit of force to pull it off.
Is this all normal? or am i doing something very wrong or do i need a different pump tube?
Edited by member 13 May 2021 at 21:33
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