As I age, will my orgasms be fewer and fewer? I have done a little research and wanted your opinion on clitoris pumps. There are two good questions here: one about orgasms and aging , the other about clitoral pumps. Today I am going to talk about the latter, clitoral pumps. The former will be addressed in the future. The head of the clitoris, located in the midline just inside the labia minora, the small inner lips of the external genitalia, is about the size of a pea and covered with thousands of sensory nerve endings.
Clitoral pumps are used to increase blood flow to the clitoris, either before or between sexual encounters to help restore and increase clitoral sensation. As we grow older, our genital tissues receive less blood flow. Less blood flow in the clitoris means less sensation, and that can inhibit sexual interest and satisfaction. Finding ways to increase blood flow, through regular sex, self-stimulation, and using devices like a clitoral pump are all good ways to maintain your genitals and your sex life. Clitoral pumps generally create a vacuum that uses suction to draw blood into your clitoris and prepuce. The device has a cup that fits over your clitoris, using a good lubricant to help create a strong seal if that's recommended by the instructions that come with the pump you choose.
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Free shipping. This pump kit is designed for women to apply to their clitoris or labia to create suction and increased blood flow to the genitals. Often used as a body enhancing device before intercourse or for women with problems connected to anorgasmia. Clitoral Cylinder Made from Polystyrene plastic that's sturdy and accurately sized. This is the most basic item for starting your pumping routine!