@Sizemic - I have never pumped before and I may not fully understand how much pressure it takes just to keep it from retracting. It just seemed logical that as long as you were only using enough pressure to keep from retracting, you would be fine. Anyways thanks for the discussion about it because I will have to deal with retraction if I move forward with this.
The inside of your penis is healing during the first week after a procedure. Just because the entry holes close up doesnt mean the channels that Dr. C has created with the cannula carving around under the skin have healed. IMHO pumping in the first week after is a bad idea.
Hulk, that makes sense. At the very least it would need to be the absolute lowest pressure. I will email Dr C and see if they have any thoughts on this . I am really interested in something because I am a Grower, but maintaining a three day on and off Erection seems a little problematic , but doing this is crucial for looks. And i don\'t mean literally keep an Erection but obviously not allowing it to retract .
I think it would lead to the product clumping due to the pressure that draws your penis to the top, like it would migrate to thr circ area.... of course I could be wrong and I wouldn\'t suggest anyone trying it for post care.
Btw I have never pumped, it just seems like a possible way to maintain an Erection, while sleeping, without using bags of Viagra ,etc. So with all that said I do not know what the pit falls are personally with pumping, but low pressure would seem like there would be no adverse problems.
That is what I was thinking , low pressure. This would be completely for the healing not for any gains, so all low pressure. Jlbm .. Did you use it for the healing to maintain an Erection or prevent retraction, while collagen was forming?
Pumping puts a lot of pressure on the area right beneath the glands, you often get fluid built up there. This is the area that you usually have lots of swelling post procedure also, so it could be very uncomfortable. I think I did pump a bit with very low pressure after R1, but nothing consistent
I am not talking about PE here I am talking about the first week after receiving PMMA. It just seems like the closest thing to an Erection , if you stretch it there is something attached to you ( possible ridge etc) the Girth may not be at its maximum. I would think the best way to heal is in its maximum state. If you are rehabbing knee op you need to maintain full range . I just think besides a full Erection this would be the closest.