Penis Rings 101
Adjustable penis rings are great for beginners. They allow you to experience what a penis ring can offer while being able to remove them quickly if necessary. These styles can be worn at the base of the penis or around the penis and the testicles.
How should one measure for a penis ring? For rings to be worn at the base of the penis, take a piece of string or a soft tape measure and wrap it around the base of an ERECT penis, giving you the circumference. For rings worn around the penis and the testicles, measure and wrap around behind the testicles as close to the body as you can while the penis is ERECT for the circumference. Because rings sizes are given in diameter, you will need to divide this number by 3.14. For example: If the penis measures 6″ divided by 3.14=1.91. A ring that is smaller than 1.91″ but within .25″-.5″ will be needed to ensure a comfortable fit without constricting too much. Finding the right ring just takes some basic math…and you thought it would never come in handy!
Choosing A Penis Ring
What kind of penis ring should you choose? It is important to choose one that has a firm enough grip on the penis to restrict blood flow. But make sure its comfortable enough so that it does not completely cut blood circulation.
How long should one wear a penis ring? To prevent damage or bruising to the penis, a ring should not completely restrict the blood flow for longer than 20-30 minutes at a time. If discomfort is felt at any time, the ring should be removed as quickly as possible.
How do you put on a penis ring? Adjustable rings can be put on any time during an erection simply stretching, or strapping the ring on so that it fits snuggly around the base of the penis or behind the testicles. Since they are flexible, they can also be removed easily at any time.
Firm, non-adjustable rings:
- Always start with a flaccid penis
- Holding the ring under the testicles, insert one at a time.
- Pull the penis through the ring and adjust for comfort.
- To remove the ring, the penis must be flaccid, and simply reverse the steps above.