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Hi All, 

 

Just wondering if anyone has any information on the use of cockcage during aneros sessions. 

 

I heard from some source that having a cockcage on helps with focusing on prostate? Is that true? 

Will it speed up or help the journey?

 

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Posted by: @tommyxyz24
I heard from some source that having a cockcage on helps with focusing on prostate? Is that true?

IMHO, yes it does help shifting your focus away from penile stimulation by making it difficult to effective masturbate and dividing energy focus between penis and prostate.

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Will it speed up or help the journey?

IMHO, it will help accelerate the learning process by forcing you to focus more intently on the sensations being generated by your Aneros on the prostate rather than delegating mental energy to focus on one's penis.

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@rumel 

I have some further questions. 

So I tend to have really really strong eretions. Like nearly 70% of my aneros sessions are hard, 20% time super hard, and 10% soft/semi soft. 

So my question is if I use a cage, it would hurt right? Does it hurt constantly? Or would my body will adapt to it and stop having eretions when the cage is on?

Thank you. 

 


   
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So my question is if I use a cage, it would hurt right?

Initially as your penis tries to erect you will feel discomfort from the constrainment of the cage. This is not truly painful but it's not necessarily pleasant either. When your penis goes flaccid there will be no discomfort at all.

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Does it hurt constantly? Or would my body will adapt to it and stop having erections when the cage is on?

It doesn't "hurt" constantly but attempted erections are uncomfortable and can be temporarily distracting. My best suggestion is to avoid employing a cage just for your Anerosession but rather get accustomed to the cage by wearing it for a couple of days to get used to it and familiarize/inure yourself to the sensations. You may be surprised how easily you can easily adapt and accept the constriction as you gradually teach your body to reduce spontaneous erection activity. After a week or so you may even enjoy the feeling of security a cage can impart. It can be a strange psychological adaptation and it can definitely allow you to focus more mental energy on your Aneros usage and the prostate massage when you aren't thinking about your penis or tempted to stimulate it.

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@tommyxyz24 - My experience has been that initially my penis would try to get an erection but if the cage is small enough where the erection cannot get started it will not hurt as there is no erection. I have also found that after about a week of continuous wear my penis would realize that it cannot get erected and would stop even trying.


   
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