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 Before pumping, it is important to use a lubricant so that you will experience the least amount of discomfort. Many people have a brand of lube that they prefer to use. Some great water-based lubes are: Liquid Silk, Babe Lube, and Maximus. If you prefer a long-lasting silicone lube, try Eros or Pink Lube.

Apply lubricant to both the flared area of the cylinder and to the body part which you are pumping to help create a good vacuum seal. Pump gently until you find the best comfort level for you. Each person’s comfort level is different. Do not be surprised if your labia or scrotum are pulled into the cylinder too, this is normal and can add to the pleasurable experience. To avoid having your scrotum sucked into the tube, pull down on your testicles as you pump and until the seal is established in the cylinder.

We strongly suggest that you do not pump for more than fifteen minutes at a time. Pump only to a level of comfort, never past that point. This will be different for each individual, as tissue types vary from person to person. Take it easy! If you experience any physical discomfort, discontinue use immediately. It is not necessary to use a lot of pressure to get good results. If your pump has a gauge, pressure levels should be kept between 4 and 6. If it does not have a gauge, please experiment with your comfort level.

Heat helps with the expansion and softening of tissue. Therefore, we suggest pumping while you take a warm bath or shower, or immediately thereafter. Premium pumps should only be used in a dry environment; disconnect the pump from the cylinder before entering water.

Some people prefer to shave or trim the hair at the base of the pubis to help maintain a good vacuum seal.