Tube diameter

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    Derwin May I intromit

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    Hi all,

    Any suggestions for minimum tube diameter compared to minimum flaccid diameter. I have a #1 and if I'm at my most flaccid it slips down and puts pressure on my PA. The tube diameter is close to my smallest measurement. I'm wondering if a slightly smaller diameter than my minimal dimension will hold the cage in place and reduce the strain on my piercing.

    Also any suggestions for concealing the hard edges when wearing bike shorts.
     
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    I would suggest some supportive underwear. The brand I used were called obviously naked, very comfortable and helped keep pressure off of my PA when I wore my tube jacket.
     
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    The "1 is one of the lightest of Ms Lori's devices. I would try reducing the diameter behind the ridge of the penis. This helps it grip better. The measurement is critical. Mine does not slip at at all. Had it on for 3 months now.
     
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