How to stop Testicular retraction with Ball Stretchers.

It is time to stop testicular retraction with a simple trick. 

What is testicular retraction?

Also called retractiles testicles, Retractile testicles are very common and it merely means that although your testicles hang normally in your scrotum most of the time, they are pulled up by certain muscles into the groin area in certain circumstances. The cremaster muscle pulls the testicle upwards and in some men into the inguinal canal that lies just above and behind the crease at the top of the leg where it joins with the abdomen.


Several factors may cause this such as swimming in cold water, during sport or when you are nervous or anxious as a result of stress hormones. 
The condition may be seen as normal but can become uncomfortable for several men.

What is a Ball stretcher?

A ball stretcher is a sex toy that is used to elongate the scrotum and provide a feeling of weight pulling the testicles away from the body. This can be particularly enjoyable for the wearer as it can make an orgasm more intense, as testicles are prevented from moving up. Intended to make one's testicles permanently hang much lower than before (if used regularly for extended periods of time). Ball stretchers can also be used to treat testicular retraction, as seen on the following section.

How to stop Testicular retraction?

Please always consult a doctor before starting any treatments. IF you experience painful, swollen, and/or inflated testicles, a doctor should be consulted before going any further. 


You can stop your balls retracting by simple wearing an Oxy Ball stretcher. It will secure the balls around a Steel ring which will prevent them to go back inside. Finding the perfect ball weight (or ball weights) for yourself is the most important: a ball stretcher needs to fit you perfectly for the best and most comfortable results. When used correctly, ball weights are effective devices and wearing them can be very satisfying, both physically and emotionally. Again, it’s very useful to take medical advice before you choose to experiment with ball stretching.

It is advised to not have sexual intercourse for several days after starting the treatment. Make the stretch gently without bruising tense cords. 


Before any attempt at ball-stretching is made, we highly suggests a complete physical by a general practitioner. This examination will include examination of the testicles for abnormalities, status of the spermatic cord, a hernia check and blood pressure management. A hernia or heart/blood pressure difficulties make ball-stretching very difficult. A hernia must first completely heal before ball-stretching is attempted and also be aware that a hernia weakens the abdominal wall so that a second hernia is more likely. For persons in this category, very light ball weights should only be used. Heavier weights will exacerbate the hernia condition. Circulatory problems such as high blood pressure or heart disease also complicates ball-stretching. A rock-solid circulatory system (including lymph vessels) is essential in ball-stretching because under certain conditions such as weights/stretcher being too tight and constrictive or too much weight on the testicles, blood flow to the testicles and scrotal sack could possibly be reduced. To compensate for this, the blood pressure and heart activity must be increased which could cause a crisis for those with circulatory system difficulties. 

How to choose the correct size of Ball stretcher?

the ball stretcher has to be tight enough or else the stretcher would slip off. At the same time, you don’t want it to be too tight. For most men, the ball stretcher diameter should be about 75 to 80% of their ball diameter. Anything smaller than that, and it may be too tight for you to wear.

With this in mind, measure around your sack just above your balls with a tape measure or a string to get the circumference.

Then divide that by 3.14 to get the inside diameter

Then convert your inches measurement to millimetres

TIPS & GUIDELINES FOR A PERFECT STRETCH

  • Use a lotion on your testicles. It will make the scrotum moist, relaxed and less likely to contract. Better use a body cream or body lotion than personal lubricant. We especially recommend lotion which contains cocoa butter – Works wonder! Also, the lube will ensure that the ball weight sits comfortably.

  • Warmth and relaxation is very important for successful balls stretching. A hot shower will make your balls relaxed and ready to hang, just before wearing a stretcher. However, it’s important to dry your skin thoroughly. Never put on any stretching devices on a wet skin – it can lead to infections.

    Tips: If you use a Steel Ball stretcher, it is important to warm it before wearing by running them under hot water.

  • Wear comfortable underwear that makes you warm enough. Do not let the breeze get to your testicles!

  • Massage your testicles from time to time. When you are out, use a few minutes to go to the bathroom and gently massage your balls in the stretcher. Pay special attention to testicles themselves and the lower part of your scrotum

Remember: balls weight should not cause any pain or discomfort. If you experience any of these problems, you should take your device off. To ensure the best experience, never tighten the device too much – you should not stop your circulation or cause further problems. This is another reason why finding the best fit and measuring yourself is so important. 


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