February 26, 2024

Cock Rings and Erectile Dysfunction

A cock ring takes anal penetration to new levels, and it’s a fun tool for partners to use in play and exploration of their own erogenous zones. It’s easy enough to slip on, but a good cock ring requires some careful fitting and positioning in order to be effective and comfortable. There are a lot of different bells and whistles on the market, from simple stretchy rings made of rubber or body-safe silicone to metal or steel options that require some strength to put on. Some also come with vibrators to increase pleasure for both the wearer and partner, while others have textured ridges that add friction and sensation to both sexes.

For beginners, we recommend starting with a basic ring. Lube up, then slide the ring over your semi-erect or flaccid penis. It should fit snugly, but be able to slide down and around to your base. There are many different sizes of cock ring available, and it’s important to choose one that fits properly in order to prevent discomfort and to avoid any damage to the scrotum or penis.

Cock rings are a great way to enhance pleasure and increase clitoral stimulation in sexual play, but they’re not a solution for Erectile Dysfunction or Peyronie’s disease. In fact, a constriction ring can actually worsen the condition by causing scar tissue to form in the penis, which can lead to painful and debilitating erections. Instead of a cock ring, we suggest trying FDA-approved medications that are proven to improve erections and can begin working in under an hour. Hims has a wide selection of prescription and over-the-counter options, including the OG little blue pill that first made its name treating ED.

If you’re in love with the idea of a cock ring, don’t let ED or Peyronie’s disease stop you from getting out there and finding out how amazing they can feel. Just make sure to speak with a medical professional first, and try using the ring under the supervision of an experienced anal play partner who can provide support if needed. And remember to take a break from the ring every half hour or so to give your penis a rest and explore other erogenous zones, too.

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