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Over pumping
« on: March 27, 2021, 07:20:16 PM »

Apologies if this is a really dumb question, but I used my soma for the first time tonight and unlike the Vaxaid it actually works 😂

But, how do you know when to stop pumping? Firstly the insert gets steamed up so it’s actually quite difficult to tell how erect I am and secondly without feeling
Myself I can only go on how it feels.

Is it a case of knowing how big you are when erect and then stopping when you are 90% there or is it when you begin to feel uncomfortable?

I was nervous about using it for the first time so probably didn’t get much further than 50% erect for fear of doing more damage, I understand it is a case of getting used to it and taking it slowly but
I doubt I’ll get much benefit from VED if I stop below when re I should be.

On a positive, it is lovely to see my penis straight agin! Although it does also highlight the hourglassing!

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Re: Over pumping
« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2021, 10:04:51 PM »

Keep in mind there is no hurry, so progress slowly.  Since you are using the VED or Peyronies Disease correction and not for Erectile Dysfunction, I will move this post to the VED board in the forum's Peyronies Disease section.  At the top of that board is a protocol that will give you some guidelines.  The rule of thumb however, is no pain.  There might be some slight discomfort at most.  It should be easy to tell if you are approaching anything that exceeds what a good, full-blown, erection would be.
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