Wrong areas pulled in

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PSSDorAmINormal
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Wrong areas pulled in

Postby PSSDorAmINormal » Thu Jun 30, 2022 7:29 pm

I have a vacutech pump that I don't use very much due to the fact that it really digs into my body and pulls the scrotal skin. I don't know how or why I ended up with a cylinder that fits me like this. When I ordered the pump, I thought I measured the correct way.

There are many pumps out there, and I know guys must be using them. So how do you guys deal with the scrotal skin being pulled into the cylinder when you pump? What am I doing wrong?
SWM/never married. 39 years and not experienced. Injuries/trauma at young age due to lack of guidance and good sex ed. Low libido, loss of sensitivity/numbness. Possible PD and probable PSSD. No tests or doppler. Offered tadalafil, clomid and sildenafil

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Re: Wrong areas pulled in

Postby Scott61 » Thu Jun 30, 2022 9:03 pm

The VED should have either come with some rubber cylinder ends of various sizes (adapter bushings) or given you the option of buying them. I have the BOS-2000-2, standard kit. I purchased it from VitalityMedical.com(less than $200). It came with 3 adapter bushings of different sizes.

If the VED is sucking up a testicle then it’s too wide. If it feels like it’s cutting into your body around the top of your penis then you probably need the adapter bushing.

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Re: Wrong areas pulled in

Postby PSSDorAmINormal » Thu Jun 30, 2022 9:21 pm

Scott61 wrote:The VED should have either come with some rubber cylinder ends of various sizes (adapter bushings) or given you the option of buying them. I have the BOS-2000-2, standard kit. I purchased it from VitalityMedical.com(less than $200). It came with 3 adapter bushings of different sizes.

If the VED is sucking up a testicle then it’s too wide. If it feels like it’s cutting into your body around the top of your penis then you probably need the adapter bushing.


Do you have an image or link to what you are talking about? I have the vacutech and an encore, but never heard of bushings. The encore device did have a thin latex sheet that was meant to exclude scrotal skin. I never had much success with it because I couldn't get a good seal with the thin rubber between the skin and the device.
SWM/never married. 39 years and not experienced. Injuries/trauma at young age due to lack of guidance and good sex ed. Low libido, loss of sensitivity/numbness. Possible PD and probable PSSD. No tests or doppler. Offered tadalafil, clomid and sildenafil

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Re: Wrong areas pulled in

Postby nuance » Thu Jun 30, 2022 9:58 pm

I have trouble with my too, I do use the rubber cylinders and it still manages to pull in skin and nerves. I haven't been able to use my successfully yet.

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Re: Wrong areas pulled in

Postby alfa88 » Fri Jul 01, 2022 11:33 am

Hey guys try this thing. http://uandmetime.com/products/store/#! ... ry=1213450
Pretty pricey for a piece of foam but it worked famously for me and others
53 years old, married 32 years. Decades of ED & PE. BPH. Tried Viagra W & W/O T-Shots, Levitra and Cialis, Edex, Trimix starter, medium, strong with poor results, VED. Implanted w/AMS700CX 21cm X 12mm w/1.5cm RTE by Dr. Leroy Jones 9/1/20

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Re: Wrong areas pulled in

Postby Alan810 » Fri Jul 01, 2022 12:24 pm

I had the problem on a couple of occasions where one of my testicles was being pulled in – not comfortable! I have learned to hold my scrotum out of the way when beginning to pump and also watch carefully. I’m no longer experiencing that problem. I especially have to be careful as I'm using an Erecaid pump with rings loaded and no sleeve. The large opening of the cylinder is pressed against my groin using just a thin runner shield. Proceed slowly and carefully!
83 yrs old. Married 40 yrs. On meds for B/P, Cholesterol and BPH. Greenlight procedure yrs ago. 30 yrs ED w/Retrograde Ejaculations. Tried Pills, Injections & different pumps. Excellent results with ErecAId pump & Beige D & Gray D rings.

PSSDorAmINormal
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Re: Wrong areas pulled in

Postby PSSDorAmINormal » Fri Jul 01, 2022 2:54 pm

Alan810 wrote:I had the problem on a couple of occasions where one of my testicles was being pulled in – not comfortable! I have learned to hold my scrotum out of the way when beginning to pump and also watch carefully. I’m no longer experiencing that problem. I especially have to be careful as I'm using an Erecaid pump with rings loaded and no sleeve. The large opening of the cylinder is pressed against my groin using just a thin runner shield. Proceed slowly and carefully!


That's what happens to me. The vacuum starts pulling the lubed skin and it just sort of slowly slides into the cylinder. I'm concerned that the pump is pressing too deep on the spermatic cords to the testicles. I've tried to hold the scrotum out of the way, but it is difficult to do with a tight scrotum. I'm not always loose and low hanging.

Do you lube your skin?
SWM/never married. 39 years and not experienced. Injuries/trauma at young age due to lack of guidance and good sex ed. Low libido, loss of sensitivity/numbness. Possible PD and probable PSSD. No tests or doppler. Offered tadalafil, clomid and sildenafil

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Re: Wrong areas pulled in

Postby Scott61 » Fri Jul 01, 2022 4:12 pm

PSSDorAmINormal wrote:
Scott61 wrote:The VED should have either come with some rubber cylinder ends of various sizes (adapter bushings) or given you the option of buying them. I have the BOS-2000-2, standard kit. I purchased it from VitalityMedical.com(less than $200). It came with 3 adapter bushings of different sizes.

If the VED is sucking up a testicle then it’s too wide. If it feels like it’s cutting into your body around the top of your penis then you probably need the adapter bushing.


Do you have an image or link to what you are talking about? I have the vacutech and an encore, but never heard of bushings. The encore device did have a thin latex sheet that was meant to exclude scrotal skin. I never had much success with it because I couldn't get a good seal with the thin rubber between the skin and the device.



You can do an internet search for BOS-2000-2, and look for the one from Vitality Medical. Or go to vitelitymedical.com, impotence, penis pumps. And look at the various options. You will come across a picture of the adapter, they call them cylinder adapters. On the invoice I received they call them “adapter bushings”. I’ve ordered two, the first lasted over a year and the button wore out. Both came with three adapters. The description on their website doesn’t say it comes with the adapters. The one that does say it comes with adapters costs more. The ones I bought are $189. You may be able to call them if you want to verify it. Maybe they will just sell you the adapters. They sent me a catalog of accessories but the adapters aren’t listed.

Let me know if you need more info.

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Re: Wrong areas pulled in

Postby Alan810 » Fri Jul 01, 2022 5:36 pm

If you are not using rings, you might want to try the following sleeve. I have used it for quite a while and found it very comfortable and inexpensive. So far has not let the pump pull in any part that's not wanted. Works well for me for training but not when I'm using rings. I bought several because I found that they eventually tear with daily use.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/194251343932
83 yrs old. Married 40 yrs. On meds for B/P, Cholesterol and BPH. Greenlight procedure yrs ago. 30 yrs ED w/Retrograde Ejaculations. Tried Pills, Injections & different pumps. Excellent results with ErecAId pump & Beige D & Gray D rings.

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Re: Wrong areas pulled in

Postby AnotherOldMan » Sat Jul 02, 2022 11:42 am

Hey guys try this thing. http://uandmetime.com/products/store/#! ... ry=1213450
Pretty pricey for a piece of foam but it worked famously for me and others


I'm not at all familiar with the Vacurect. I don't know how well the foam sleeve would work with that pump.
I use an Encore and the penile foam tube keeps scrotal tissue out of the pump. In addition it greatly lessens the "snap" of the rings being applied. It lessens the discomfort of tight rings. It helps me slide off the rings when done. With plenty of lube the foam tube with the rings slides off easier.
$20 dollars for a bit of foam is pricey, but considering the benefits I find it to be a bargain.
Married 50+ years. Use VED for sex and do
daily exercises with both water and vacuum pumps.


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