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  • Hi @Tom,

    Thank you for your question. From my research and according to Men’s Health, implants, plastic surgery, and injections are the most popular ways to get results when it comes to penis enlargement.

    That said, penis pumps may be helpful by engorging the penis shaft with blood flow. Consider exploring something like the MR Maximum Results Pump – https://www.pinkcherry.ca/products/max-results-pump

    Pumps work by using suction to draw blood flow into the penis. Once engorged, a cock ring placed around the base of the penis may help to keep blood in the shaft.

    A cock ring can help restrict the blood flow from an erect penis. I suggest you check out a stretchy round version for beginners – https://www.pinkcherry.ca/collections/cock-rings/products/medium-premium-silicone-cock-ring-in-clear

    @Tom, with pumps and cock rings, I ask that you start slowly and pay attention to your body and what can work for you. Cock rings are not meant to be worn for longer than 20 minutes at a time.

    Best,
    Dr. Sunny

    Dr. Sunny
  • Is it really possible to enlarge penises girth and length without any surgery ? Like, with a pump or exercices or cream etc etc ?

    Tom
  • Hello @Dsavy,

    I’m sorry to hear about your split with your partner. I can understand how it may be a sensitive time for you now and this may be affecting your body’s responses. Please give yourself time to heal emotionally before jumping to any conclusions.

    I did write an article here on PinkCherry.ca that may be able to share new G-spot insights – https://www.pinkcherry.ca/blogs/ask-dr-sunny/erogenous-zones-and-the-g-spot

    The G-spot is made of erectile-like tissue that can double in size when stimulated—so trying to locate it when you’re aroused may be helpful. The G-spot can be located in different places on bodies. Medical News Today reports that G-spots may be from 2.5 cm to 7.6 cm from the vaginal opening. So it may take some more pleasurable exploration to determine where yours is.

    Best,
    Dr. Sunny

    Dr. Sunny
  • I’m a 41 year old and have just experienced a gspot orgasm for the first time. Not for lack of trying, myself nor any partner has been able.to find it until now. I have tried myself, watched many tutorials. , read articles bought many toys specifically for gspot but nothing ever prevails. My partner n I split and all I can think is I’m never going to have an amazing orgasm again, do you have any suggestions? Please help me,

    Dsavy
  • Hi @Dave,

    Thank you for reaching out! I appreciate that you like my articles and for letting me know.

    @Dave, there’s a lot to unpack with your questions. Just to make sure we’re on the same page, it’s my understanding that an anal or rectal douche is most often used to clean the first few inches of the rectum, whereas an enema can cleanse beyond the rectum and into the large intestine. And anal douches are done with lesser amounts of fluid than an enema.

    According to the Journal of Minimal Access Surgery, enemas have been used for hundreds of years to treat constipation and prepare people for certain medical tests and surgeries. While enemas and anal douches are primarily used to clean and flush the rectum, studies have shown that constipated patients have a higher rate of anxiety and depression symptoms than healthy subjects, thereby providing additional benefits than just rectal cleanliness and hygiene.

    Enemas can cause electrolyte disturbance and dehydration if the wrong solution is used. According to the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, using the wrong liquid can cause imbalances that harm a body.

    As far as if enemas or anal douches attributing to weight loss, this is something I urge you to speak to your own physician about. Weight loss can be a sign of so many things that I recommend you get that checked out.

    The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health does have information available that may be helpful with regards to nutrition information – https://www.nccih.nih.gov/

    As for frequency of enemas and anal douches, the San Francisco AIDS Foundation has information that may help with this question – https://www.sfaf.org/collections/beta/anal-douching-safety-tips/

    @Dave, I hope this information helps you with your concerns.

    Best,
    Dr. Sunny

    Dr. Sunny
  • Anal play, cleaning. I clean out my rectum with a douche/enema every time before anal sex but I’m wondering if this is healthy in regards to weight loss and my body getting the proper Amount of nutrients From food. I have lost Some weight but I don’t know if that’s due to recent stress or if this is to do with my cleaning regime. In general, is “early” release of food healthy? Or should we be reducing how much anal sex we have per week? Thanks for your articles, I find them quite useful. Dave

    Dave

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Dr. Sunny Rodgers is a clinician, author, and speaker who has worked in the wellness industry since 2000. She holds a Ph.D. in Human Sexuality, a Master of Arts in Clinical Sexology, and is an accredited Sexual Health Educator. She is the Founder of The Institute of Intimate Health, an Ambassador for the American Sexual Health Association, regular lecturer for the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, Sexual Confidence Coach for the Marigold App, and a professional Sex Toy Concierge™. Rodgers hosted a popular weekly show on Playboy Radio, has been an expert guest on several TV and radio programs, and is a regular contributor to HuffPost, Men's Health, Cosmo, Bustle, and many more publications.