Does anyone else get this...?

Discussion in 'Difficulties with wearing a device?' started by DW4599, May 3, 2021 at 7:52 PM.

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    I have Lori's #2 metal device on. I get a lot of itching around the ring. Does anyone else have this and if so do you have a solution to it?

    Thanks.
     
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    Some people do have allergies to some metals. It's possible that you are one of those. If that's the case, you will just need some sort of barrier between you and the metal. If it's from friction, lube might help.

    Take it with a grain of salt, as my experience is minimal as yet.
     
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    If you are shaved, try waxing - hairs can cause a lot of irritation as they regrow.
    Talc helps avoid excess sweat which can also cause irritation.
    Check the skin - if it's red and inflamed, has a rash or is broken you may be allergic to the metal. Long term, the only answer to that is a different device using different metal or plastic.
     
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    Thank you for the input. So it's not metal because it does it with plastic devices too. Just itches, no redness no problems other than itches at times.

    Kind of weird.
     
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    LOL, maybe you're being tickled by the loss of freedom as it leaves your locked cock.
     
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    I am no expert but I have tried plastic vice, silicone birdlock, and am in steel. And all have caused a bit of chafing from me to time and cause what I call dead spot burning in the scrotum skin because I wear a tight ring for security. With an active lifestyle those things happening mostly when I am sitting or wear the wrong underwear. I have found that once you get past the initial phase no lube except aroundy little cock works well. If I have dead spot burn just shifting the skin a little makes it quit, and if I start to get any chafing a little lube helps . Any way it is just about Getting used to it good luck stay the course
    Live locked and Prosper lol
     
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