Repair The Damage Caused by Penis Pumps

His erections remain weak and unsustainable due to erection problems.

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I am a 36-year old male who for years has wanted a larger penis size. I wanted to have that huge, thick penis that my wife could stare at and adore. I wanted to please my wife by using my newfound size. So I bought a penis pump online. I followed the directions as instructed, and I saw as my penis was inflated. I noticed my penis grew into a behemoth. I watched as my wife enjoyed the best sex of our lives. Then I witnessed how my penis went back to its original size. I saw how my wife was filled with disappointed by the false enlargement. I experienced how my penis remained flaccid and bruised for weeks. Now, I see the destruction penis pumps have caused. What can be done to help me?


You’re not alone. Hundreds of men are duped by the surmised promises penile pump companies offer. Thousands more do research on penile pumps, and millions more purchase the overpriced devices and got injuries as return. For penile companies, the market continues to grow. For you, the only thing growing is your frustration. You can repair your damaged vessels and bruised tissue, but it will take plenty of time to do so.

Case Study Highlights
Summary: 36 yr man brought & used a pump to impress his wife. Instead of admiration, the injury from pump left him pain & very soft penis.
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How It Starts
Most pumps work in the typical fashion. You place your penis inside the pump. You use the lever to pump air into the tube chamber, and you watch as your penis grows in size. The size is temporary, but the damage can be permanent. Think of the penis as any other muscle or joint in the body.

Excessive wear and tear will lead to permanent damage. The damage can be permanent thanks to the ruptured vessels and bruised tissue you can experience. Once the vessels rupture, blood can no longer pump into the penile chambers for an erection, while the bruised tissue generates little simulation or sensation for you.
Fixing Your Problem
Healing a bruised penis takes months of rehab. The tissues need to heal. The blood vessels must be repaired, and the body requires the necessary nutrients for healing to begin. The first step in recovering from an injury is avoiding all types of sexual activity. No masturbation. No pornography.

No intercourse. The goal is to refrain from gaining an erection in order to allow the body to do its job: healing. Next, return, break, smash, or throw away your penis pump. That wretched device resulted in your present state of affairs. Get rid of it! Next, you need to take all-natural recoery formula.

The body can only do so much by itself. Sometimes, the added boost of nutrients found in supplements can lessen the recovery time. Recovery herbal formula can also lessen swelling and bruising.

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roberthal's picture
roberthal posted on Sun, 02/26/2017 - 04:10
Good article, my penis size was small and I worried about my marriage, I consulted number of doctors but the solutions are not permanent, recently I read one of the online guide it taught me step by step to enlarge the penis without any pain, now my penis is good length and full energetic , those who looking for penis enlarge don’t waste the amount spending with doctors,
Read this full guide for natural solution,
All the best have a great day


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Verla Gunther posted on Mon, 07/21/2014 - 15:04
I recently started dating a new guy, he’s 27. The last time I was at his house, I did a little snooping around while he cooked dinner, just to see what I could find. Well, I found a penis pump! At the time, I didn’t think much of it, but now, after reading this, I’m so worried that he’s going to ruin his penis! I don’t want to date a guy with a messed up dick. How can I talk to him about how penis pumps ruin penises without letting him know that I’ve seen his secret stuff?

Just to add, we haven’t had sex yet, but I’ve seen his penis; it seems fine! I think guys get this crazy idea that they have to be huge to get a girl. I think girls are more creeped out by guys with giant dicks than turned on. If a guy knows what he’s doing in bed, it’s loads more interesting than a guy who thinks he has a big dick and doesn’t need anything else. Seriously though, can someone help me with my problem?
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Cameron Powell posted on Fri, 07/18/2014 - 10:40
i use a pennis pump for years but never had nothing bad happen. i think its not true always that pennis pump can damag you penis. my wife love it when i use pennis pump before sex. i ever have bruse or pain after. i think you use the pump in a bad way. if you use pennis pump right you will have not any problem. it does not hurt even small time.

i am a 33 yearold normal man. we have sex about 2 a week, and i use pennis pump ever time. it make my pennis so much big and i don’t have to do anything like take some drug or do some spacial thing. i do not masterbate maybe this is reson i have no pennis problem. i think my pennis is about 5 inch long but when i use pennis pump it can become much bigger. i think my wife so happy that i can pleas her with my pennis.
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Clifton Singleton posted on Fri, 07/18/2014 - 10:08
i’ve always wanted to try a penis pump, now i’m glad i never did! i had no idea it could cause so many problems. who knew that a penis was so delicate? i always thought it was my balls i had to worry about. but what can i do to increase the size of my penis? right now, it’s just a measly 4.5 inches. i want power, i want to impress! but i don't want to rely on crazy chemicals to do it.

i’m a 40 year old man, but i want to pull a younger woman, and keep her with my sizable manhood. i’m very active and healthy, i run every day and lift weights 4x per week. the only muscle i don’t have in abundance is my penis. it’s embarrassing to be otherwise so physically powerful and have such an uninspiring piece. please, can you direct me towards a supplement that might help me?
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vlad2008v posted on Mon, 04/22/2013 - 12:51
I never even understood how penis pumps work. It seems like it just gains length in size when you pump. But what happens when you are done pumping? I think it just goes back to the same size.
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