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  • #16
    slimjim, I learned on the progasm, though i wasnt new to anal play. It is hard to get used to, just takes time and consistent use. Your body will eventually learn to accomodate it. I think the key is how you insert it, the slower the better, even if you think your going slow and no pain, you can still go slower. Once its in, try some light kegals. I agree with love is, its definately consistent

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    • #17
      I had an anal fissure once as well and it healed over after a month or so. Aneros use was not a good idea during the period the fissure was active (constant itching did not help at all either)

      Despite that I might have signs of hemmoroids developing, which itself may be the effect of Aneros misuse.

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      • #18
        @DarkEngine, for what it is worth I have found that the narrow necked models seemed to have reduced my 'rrhoids. The wide necked models seem to make them worse. I surmise this is because the large ones stretch the sphincters and unless I do sphincter tightening exercises immediately after withdrawing the larger ones "inside bits" come out. The narrow necked models don't seem to need this extra work.
        But I do not yet have any involuntaries so I don't know if the narrow necked ones give the same pleasure.

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        • #19
          @isvara I am suffering roid problems as soon as I use my progasm ice. All around my butt but one real bad which is long and goes straight in. It splits my hole into two holes. Making life very uncomfortable when going to the toilet. I am going through a lot of paperI adore my progasm over my helix and eupho at the moment so keep busting my butt when I give in to the craving for progasm girth.
          You mention sphincter tightening exercises straight after progasm use.
          Does this really help? And can you explain it in more detail please.
          These bloody roids are getting in the way of my progasm fun.
          rule number one . Never get in the way of a man and his favorite aneros!
          I am at my wits end , any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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          • #20
            @braveneworld - Did you know the parent company of Aneros, which is High Island Health, claims the Peristal/Peridise can help with hemorrhoids?

            http://www.highisland.com/hemorrhoid-massage-treatment/

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            • #21
              @Love_is Yes I do know about peridise and it is actually my next planned purchase.I would like to know if they are as helpful with hemorrhoids as they claim!
              Being able to wield the progasm for pleasure I figure I can get away with just getting the advanced set of peridise. Is my thinking sound?

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              • #22
                @braveneworld - Hard to say. I own the advance Peridise set. And in terms of pleasure, they are the least responsive for me. I only seem to get some sort of response from them when my anus is very sensitized. But then again, I'm also still working towards achieving super-O's. So that may be part of the problem for me, that you may not experience.

                Have a look in the High Island forums for people talking about the effectiveness of the Peridise/Peristal for hemorrhoids.

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                • #23
                  @braveneworld, I don't know what models you have, if you have one with a narrow neck try that. If not a SGX, MGX, PS-New might be a helpful next step. Unlike the Peridise they have a p-tab so are a stimulator as well. For me the narrow neck allows the sphincters to almost close so any tightening brings the sphincter closer to closed and keeps the bit between the sphincters and the canal more compressed. So general Kegels will be helpful but also separate the BC part of the PC muscle group from the sphincter part. Being selective and working the sphincters as separate from the BC may tone up the sphincters.
                  I definitely find Ice stretches the sphincters a lot and it takes a while to get the sphincter muscles to tighten up properly and this is when my 'rrhoid' trouble me. I don't use "Ice" at the moment for this reason.
                  I am not medically trained so my theory may be mistaken.

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                  • #24
                    I`m gonna give you something that helped me after many months of constantly ripping open the same anal fissure.......

                    Tea Tree Oil

                    All hail!! Fixed in two days what many doctors failed at for months.

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                    • #25
                      @Alex_xxx - Thank you for that piece of information! I've heard a lot of good things about Tea Tree Oil. But never considered it for this type of problem. That's cool it worked so fast!

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