Pussy Pump Pleasure and Safety Guide

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Pussy pumps. They seems like an outlandish, ostentatiously named device that only nymphomaniacs would purchase and use. Despite any ill contrived notions you may hold of the device, it offers a few advantages that only conventional means may provide.

For one, it improves a woman’s stimulation, and two, it gives women a tighter sensation during sex, advantages conventional approaches such as vaginal reconstruction can guaranty. And a pussy pump, like its revered counterpart the penis pump, engorges the tissue to produce a “larger look.” It’s this tissue expansion that provides more excitement, corrects orgasm dysfunction, and improved penetration.
 
Overview
The pump, placed over the labia, redirects blood to swell the surrounding tissue. Once swelling occurs, the tissue experiences improved sensitivity during cunnilingus and intercourse activity. This improved sensitivity makes his tongue feel as if it were a feather duster tickling a vagina—rather than a piece of string.
 
How To Use a Pussy Pump
Prior to using a pussy pump, talk to your gynecologist if you experience insensitivity issues, clitoris pain or vaginal discomfort. A pump will engorge the tissue surrounding the labia, and increased sensitivity will further any pain you may be experiencing. If you do not experience pain
  • Apply water-based lubrication around the edge of a suction cup. Some suction cups are made from silicone, and if you use a silicone-based lubricant, you will experience discomfort.
  • Place the pump over your labia to create an airtight seal while ensuring the quick-release valve remains closed to prevent air from escaping.
  • Squeeze the pump bulb. Pump until you see or feel your labia swell. Some product instructions will state to pump until pumping becomes difficult. However, pump until you feel comfortable.
  • Release the bulb and check the suction cup against your skin. If done correctly, the cup should remain on the skin. If the cup falls off, continue pumping.
  • Use the release valve to allow the air to escape. Remove the suction cup and start intercourse.
Pumps at a Glance
  • Engorges the tissue for improved sensitivity and tightness.
  • Requires lubrication to avoid discomfort and dryness.
  • Creates discomfort or pain for women with vaginal discomfort or sensitivity issues.
Product Comparison: Finding What’s Right for Me
Because the market is still small for vaginal pumps, the disparity among products will not differ in price or style. In fact, most products remains similar in style, shape and design features.
 
Price: A higher price will not guarantee a better product, especially for a device with a small following. No one manufacturer dominates the market, an attribute that drives down the prices. And because most pumps are designed using silicone, you don’t need to spend hundreds on a fancier, ostentatious design. Keep it simple.
 
Design: Because these pumps all use similar parts—suction cup, release valve, nozzle and squeeze pump—you won’t find much variation. 

FAQs
Q: Can I Injure Myself Using Pumps?
A: Not likely, but if you do experience vaginal discomfort, pain or sensitivity issues, you can benefit from herbal solutions designed to eliminate pain.
 
Q: What If I Experience Clitoris Insensitivity, May I Use These Pumps?
A: Yes, these pumps can increase your sensitivity, and when combined with herbal solutions, can improve your sensation.




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