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Author Topic: Advice to reduce testicular pressure pain when wearing traction in a chair  (Read 2129 times)

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baban

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Hi all, I am new to both the forums and peyronies. First symptoms appeared about 4 months ago; and I bought a traction device after reading a blog site of a Dutch guy (can't remember the site). I have the X4-Labs device.

I have worn it for about 1-week, for about 2-hours at a time per day, and the discomfort I get is due to the base of the traction device pushing into my testicles due to wearing it whilst seated in an office chair (I also work from home which makes wearing it a non-social-issue).

However, my question is... for others wearing traction devices whilst seated, have you found any tricks to "soften" the pressure against your testicles?

Thanks in advance.
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Baban.........I use a 4X Lab unit also.  And, I have had the same problem as you.  I started placing some cotton between the Unit and my testicles.  It does help if you place it correctly.

FYI......dplookin
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Thx @dplookin . Good to know it is not just me. I'll give your suggestion a try.
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