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CONSTANT burning pain, not normal right?

Posted: Thu Apr 29, 2021 6:27 am
by Irrelevant
Hello everyone,

I'm kind of a newbie to this.
And I need advice, please.

My Wife decided that this is a way of life that we want.
So, since a month or two, we started with chastity.
I own a CB-X3000.
I have the right ring by now and it fits quite ok.

Only, the burning pain behind my scrotum.
It's really horror.
Not normal.

I'm passed 'the honeymoon weeks'. It's two months, not some days.
But the pain stays.
Of course I aply creams, lotions, vaseline etc etc.

Nothing helps.
I have to take it off constantly, the pain is sometimes unbearable.
Like someone is sandblasting me down there. It's not "the bit of pain" that you simply have to take for your Mistress.
And sometimes, I feel nothing. Very inconsequent.


Am I doing something wrong?
Any tips?

It really feels wrong.
And it frustrates me, very much.
I want to do what my Wife wants; 24/7.

Any help would be very much appreciated!

Re: CONSTANT burning pain, not normal right?

Posted: Thu Apr 29, 2021 8:27 am
by Steve2059
We're all different, so a cage that's comfortable for one might not suit another. After two months you should be making some headway.

Early on, after trying different options, I came to the conclusion that a stainless steel cage was much more suited to long-term lockups than plastic, but again that's me.

What I did, as have others here, is to try a selection of inexpensive cages to see what suits without breaking the bank. I did find a favourite for around £30 pounds sterling ($40?) that fitted so comfortable I stayed with it (it actually wore out and broke so I bought another identical one recently).

One last thing: I'm in an orgasm-free (for me) FLR. But it's consensual and I'm extremely submissive sexually. Are you sure what you're doing also is? Because that will make a difference.

Re: CONSTANT burning pain, not normal right?

Posted: Thu Apr 29, 2021 8:32 am
by Irrelevant
Whether it's consensual or not? Yeah, definitely!
My Wife is 1000% The Boss (in and out the bedroom) and that makes us both very very happy, it's the blueprint of our relationship.
Also, She is 'The Man" in the house and I'm the housewife. So, yes, chastity is definitely for us.

But orgasms will stay. Just a lot for her and less for me, hahaha. But not zero.
I guess we're growing towards one per month in a while.

I still wanna cum and that fact gives Her all the power.
And don't wanna turn into a eunuch, just a slut :lol:

Re: CONSTANT burning pain, not normal right?

Posted: Thu Apr 29, 2021 11:07 am
by Irrelevant
Can it be that I'm using a ring that's to small?

I liked the CB3000's 47.625mm ring a lot because: no testicle escape. But: the ball-burn.
With the 50.8mm ring, it feels a lot calmer.
However, I experienced before that that ring lets my left testicle escape every now and then.


Or is CB-X crap anyhow and should you always go for an expensive customized one, if you're into serious 24/7/365?
Because for us, there is no road back anymore, we both saw the light.

Re: CONSTANT burning pain, not normal right?

Posted: Thu Apr 29, 2021 3:52 pm
by WifeIsVanilla
Usually, ball burn comes from the gap being too small between the base ring and the cage. I had a terrible ball burn problem with my Mature Metal Jail Bird. They adjusted the gap from 3/8" to 7/16." Just 1'16" difference in the gap and voila . . . no more ball burn. NONE!

Re: CONSTANT burning pain, not normal right?

Posted: Fri Apr 30, 2021 12:45 am
by Irrelevant
Thanks , but nope.
That didn't do the trick.
One gap size bigger simply makes my left ball escape and doesn't reduce ballburn at all.

One ring bigger does actually but then the boys escape.

Re: CONSTANT burning pain, not normal right?

Posted: Fri Apr 30, 2021 6:52 am
by TwistedMister
Irrelevant wrote: Thu Apr 29, 2021 11:07 am Can it be that I'm using a ring that's to small?

I liked the CB3000's 47.625mm ring a lot because: no testicle escape. But: the ball-burn.
With the 50.8mm ring, it feels a lot calmer.
However, I experienced before that that ring lets my left testicle escape every now and then.


Or is CB-X crap anyhow and should you always go for an expensive customized one, if you're into serious 24/7/365?
Because for us, there is no road back anymore, we both saw the light.
When I started with the CB-3000, I started with the smallest ring because I experimented with all of the ring sizes and that was the only one I couldn't 'slip out' of. When I got erect...or tried...it was painful, but I thought I could handle it. And I could, but not at night.

During the day was OK because when you are awake you can exert some control. At night it's a different story- by the time you wake up from the pain it's got waaaayyyy bad. I managed to last three days and nights before I had to beg to be let out because the pain had become constant, and very intense.

I learned that you have to start with a larger ring than your 'perfect' size, and gradually become accustomed to wearing it, then reduce sizes in steps until you get down to the 'perfect' size.

Firstly, as far as crap- do you have a genuine CB-X product, or a cheap Chinese counterfeit? It makes a difference. Although they may look 'similar', the fakes have some design and production differences that can be problematic. I have had my CB3k for nearly 20 years. It has needed the occasional repair because I am hard on things but it still works.

I would suggest that you discontinue wearing the device for a period of time- long enough to let the area heal completely. Then start again two sizes up from what you think you need. Get used to sleeping with it, maybe a week or so. When you can sleep though the night without getting woke up from erections, move to the next smaller size and repeat the process.

Once you get to the correct size, if you stick with it eventually the skin will 'toughen up' a bit, though you may find the occasional use of 'Bag Balm' (originally for cows' udders) or other hand creme for dry, chapped hands is necessary. Also, some silicone lube inside the tube can be helpful 2x/day to prevent getting 'stuck'.

Make sure you allow enough time to heal completely. When I screwed up that first time, I was so badly bruised and abraded that it took several weeks to heal.

Re: CONSTANT burning pain, not normal right?

Posted: Mon May 03, 2021 10:46 pm
by Jon Descer
So I am going to throw out another possibility; make the gap smaller, but the ring bigger. If the gap is small enough the boys can't get free, there's no need for the ring to be super tight. Just something to try.

It could also be the shape; many men don't like totally round rings, and do well with either ovals or rings that shape to the body. There is no sure-fire answer here, just alot of potential ones to investigate.

Re: CONSTANT burning pain, not normal right?

Posted: Fri May 07, 2021 4:14 am
by Irrelevant
Thanks everyone!

Re: CONSTANT burning pain, not normal right?

Posted: Fri May 07, 2021 10:03 am
by Wurlygig
I have burning underneath the boys around the base ring. For me it comes and goes, I haven’t had a fully adjustable set up though. I’m looking into the vice mini. For now, I just use the baby oil gel that my wife suggested, it’s thicker and seems to last a little bit longer than other lube.