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5 Dangerous Things Not To Do When You Wear A Cock Ring

5 Dangerous Things Not To Do When You Wear A Cock Ring

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Cock rings can be fantastic - yet simple and affordable - ways to change your sex life for the better. A simple circle of material, a cock ring is worn around the base of the penis to restrict blood flow to the area - which can be particularly pleasurable for many! You already know some of the amazing reasons to use a cock ring - such as stronger orgasms, harder erections, and ability to last even longer in bed. Turns out, cock rings can be a fantastic way to treat yourself to better (and better feeling!) sex. (More info on Why More Guys Should Use a Cock Ring )

With that list of benefits, who wouldn't want to use a cock ring? Or maybe you even use one on a regular basis! But like some types of sex toys - and especially any that function through blood restriction - using a cock ring isn't all flowers and sunshine. In fact, if used incorrectly, a cock ring can be dangerous - and nobody wants the word "dangerous" thrown around when it comes to their penis!

So next time you pull out that cock ring, avoid doing these 5 dangerous things not to do when wearing a cock ring:

Wear It Too Long: Like anything that restricts blood flow, you need to be mindful of how long you wear your new sex toy. Restricting blood flow to your penis for long periods of time can have an (understandably) dangerous effect. Instead, slowly build up your body's tolerance (and your understanding of how a cock ring feels!) by starting your cock ring regiment slowly. The first month you wear your ring, only wear for 10 minutes. The next month, start trying for 15 minutes at a time. Pay attention to how your body feels while wearing it, and you'll soon be able to recognize the signs that mean it's time to take off the ring.

Ignoring Your Body Signals: Almost all of us try to squeak out as much pleasure as possible from our sex toys - including cock rings. However, if your cock ring is starting to feel uncomfortable, too restricting, or just a little "off", it's time to take it off. Even if you've worn it for twice as long in the past, your body may not be up to it today. Don't ignore your body's signals. If something doesn't feel quite right, it's time to take off the cock ring.

Use a Non-Stretchy Material as a Beginner: There are a lot of cock ring materials out there. Some are more difficult to use than others. In particular, unless you're extremely experienced with cock rings and have taken your own measurements, metal and other rigid materials should be avoided. Not only are they harder to get on, but they're harder to remove too. Instead, stick to softer materials (like silicone or jelly) or cock rings that are fully adjustable. You can always upgrade to a more rigid material down the line.

Wear It with Certain Health Conditions: Like we've talked about, a cock ring works through restricting blood flow. If you have any health conditions that affect your blood or any existing penis injuries, a cock ring might be a dangerous idea for you. Consult your doctor before using a cock ring if you take blood-thinning medication, have diabetes, have a blood or nerve disease, have cardiovascular disease, have soreness in your penis, or have an existing penis injury.

Forget Any Lubricant: While less "serious" than the other items on this list, forgetting to use lubricant can be particularly unpleasant when slipping on a cock ring. Especially if you have pubic hair, a little dab of lubricant on your cock ring can reduce the ring's tendency to grip - and tear out - your pubic hair. While some forceful hair removal is unlikely to cause any lasting damage, it's certainly going to dampen your fun!

As you can see, using a cock ring improperly can be a bit dangerous. However, it doesn't have to be. As long as you keep some of these basic tips in mind (and they're pretty simple to follow!), you can have a stress-free (and body-safe!) time with your new cock ring.

Did you make any "oops" mistakes with cock rings that you'd rather not repeat? What tips and advice would you give to cock ring wearers?

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