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Chastity Health and Safety

Post by CanuckInNJ » Fri Jun 08, 2018 6:31 am

My wife, who is VERY vanilla, is starting to come around to the idea of chastity, but she is very concerned about health and safety. This after a casual conversation with an ER nurse who told her a story about a patient with a cock ring that had to be cut off.

I want to reassure her, but can't find any sites that support my contention that a properly-worn chastity device is safe and healthy.

Any suggestions?

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Re: Chastity Health and Safety

Post by slave d » Fri Jun 08, 2018 6:43 am

All you need do is put one on and show Her how easily it’s removed. i can’t see how a cock ring would have to be cut off and suspect it’s just a story but there’s no way a chastity device or it’s A-ring could get “stuck” !!

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Re: Chastity Health and Safety

Post by cuyahoga » Fri Jun 08, 2018 7:46 am

I can see the remote possibility that a cock ring, if extremely too small, might get stuck. It’s use is to inhibit the blood flow out of the cock, and if it was simply too tight to allow someone to push down and release the pressure, I could see the difficulty. My problem with the anecdote is that if it was really that tight, how did they cut it?

As long as you can easily slide the a-ring of the chastity over your testicles and then push your limp penis through, there should be no problem getting it off of your body. I’ve worn rings that were so tight I was literally in pain within three minutes. Using two fingers on the bottom of the ring to push up, and pushing down on the top of your penis with your thumbs just to either side of the exit vein that runs along the top of your penis will allow the pressure to release. As long as there’s no stimulation, your penis will deflate rather quickly.

You could order a couple of cheap rings, one smaller than the base ring you want to wear, and just show her. Explain that it’s hard to provide what she’s looking for, because science doesn’t study sex toys (totally unfortunate). That being said, cock rings are recommended by medical professionals for addressing erection issues, if the medical professional isn’t in the pocket of a drug company. Most penis pumps are medically intended to be used in conjunction with a ring that will help maintain the pump induced erection. Point being, cock rings aren’t dangerous.

Ignorance and inexperience can be dangerous, so get some toys, use them together, learn about YOUR body’s reaction to them.
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Re: Chastity Health and Safety

Post by locked4her55 » Fri Jun 08, 2018 8:35 am

CanuckInNJ wrote:a casual conversation with an ER nurse who told her a story about a patient with a cock ring that had to be cut off.
:lol: Can't imagine that being a casual conversation.

Took quite a while before my wife could understand that I wasn't experiencing any pain when she would remove my base ring. If I had a nickel for every time she said "doesn't that hurt" I would be able to buy a . . . . cup of coffee ;)

My guess would be that they cut off the base ring because it was an easier option or maybe the guy just had a hard on. :lol:
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Re: Chastity Health and Safety

Post by jfenoffti » Tue Jun 12, 2018 3:33 pm

ERs have "ring cutters" designed to cut off rings - wedding rings, etc. Useful when a digit is swollen and the ring cannot be removed normally. I suspect that is how it was removed. (I was an ER Tech many years ago.) To see an example: ... B009CDDJFY
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Re: Chastity Health and Safety

Post by Mutt_VB » Tue Jun 12, 2018 4:14 pm

I wonder how that ring cutter would work on a harder metal such as stainless steel. I do not think this would work on a MM JB or any other SS product.
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Re: Chastity Health and Safety

Post by Schnoff » Thu Jun 14, 2018 3:30 pm

There really isn't a health and safety concern as long as you listen to your body.

Worried about sizing the ring wrong? Get a ring first, a beautiful one, and wear it. It won't be terribly tight, and if it's too big, you can size down one step. I like these because they're a bit wider and comfortable:

I have a thing for the engraved ones there but any of those might catch your fancy.

For her, she might love the ring once she feels it. It'll bump against her during PIV intercourse and that can be intensely pleasurable for the female partner.

For sizing, my recommendation is to start at "penis shaft circumference at base when erect / Pi + 5mm" and use that as a ring diameter.

Correctly sized cock rings and cages are completely safe. That said, I get her discomfort, and maybe jumping straight from "unadorned" to "caged" is a bit too fast.
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