With ED in diabetes, there is an elephant in the room; especially when the vacuum constriction device is being used during sexual intercourse. For gay or straight or maybe transgender lovers, the logistics of the vacuum constriction device apply equally in ED.
To make the penis with ED become erect and remain erect throughout sexual intercourse, the vacuum constriction device may be used. The vacuum-constriction device is available for purchase without a medical prescription. It is definitely advisable to ask the doctor to suggest a list of specific models, which are reliable and safe and properly constructed. It is really not worth taking chances by using a trashy product. Not all vacuum constriction devices are safe, effective or “were created equal”.
Other names for this device are penis pump or vacuum penis pump. “Dr Google” will probably show even more names for it. Whatever its name, this device may be described as a hollow tube to put over the penis with a pump which pulls blood into the penis to create an erection. It may be used by hand or be battery-powered.
Once both partners have agreed to use the apparatus, they are best advised to experiment with it; take the new gadget out for a joy ride; maintain a sense of fun and light-heartedness. There will be a learning curve.
Vibrators are sex aides used for masturbation. They can also be sex aides to please ones lover watching, whilst the other lover achieves orgasm. So too, may the pump be treated as a sex aide for one or both lovers to have pleasure and climax.
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