Ball stretching is the permanent or temporary stretching of the scrotum . This practice is where an individual stretches his scrotum to hang lower than it normally would. As with other stretchings, scrotum stretching is often semi-permanent, which means the scrotum can end up returning to its normal length unless steps are taken to stop it and maintain the modification.
A major risk is the basic trauma to the testes and spermatazoa, by using too much weight too quickly. Trauma associated injuries include broken blood vessels and bruising. Other problems can be caused from skin irritation from the many different materials used. The main materials used in stretching are leather, split metal weights and metal rings.
Ball stretchers made out of leather can be found in most stores which sell bondage gear and in many catalogues. They range widely in price depending on how they're made, and what size they are. The stretcher is a leather tube which can be opened and closed with snaps, straps, buckles, or laces, and often has a loop of leather or metal where weights can be hung. Other features include built-in cock rings and straps push the testicles further apart once they are both in the stretcher.
Split metal weights are made from brass chrome plated, mild steel chrome plate or stainless steel heavy tube split in half and held together with screws. They range in weight and height.
Another method is the use of steel rings. These rings, which are exactly like the 5cm (2-inch) diameter cock rings only smaller, are available at most hardware stores. Stores which sell sex toys and bondage gear also sell them, but at a much higher price. Most men will probably be most comfortable using 3.8cm (1.5-inch) diameter rings. The method is to wear as many rings as are comfortable, and gradually add one ring at a time.
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