Friday, January 20, 2017

How To Use Your Ben Wa Balls

Getting in

Ok! So, you’ve made your decision, you’ve had your market research and finally, here you are with your very own pair of balls waiting to get inside you! Now, before you start, remember that personal hygiene is of critical importance, so make sure that your hands and balls are clean before use, ‘cause you don’t want any infections ruining all the fun. If you‘re a newbie, you might as well need some lubricant to make insertion easier, at least until you get to know how this whole thing works for you. But don’t overdo it, ‘cause these balls might slip down as easily as they will glide in.

lying in bed can help you relax and enjoy the experience of ben wa balls better
One helpful tip is to lie down into a relaxed position and slowly glide the balls into your vagina. Once you’ve done that a couple of times you might not need to be on your back to get them in each time. If your pelvic muscle control is good enough you’ll be able to insert them even in a standing position (make that your next goal set). When the balls are inside you, try keeping them in by tensing your leg muscles together and doing kegel exercises

 If you feel that you’ve found how to work the right muscles and you can control your toys from sliding out of you, you can try to sit on your bed and rock from side to side enjoying that new tingling feeling. And the moment you’re confident enough to stand on your feet and start moving around without your balls slipping out, means that you have total control of your PC muscles and you’re one step closer to mastering the art of Ben Wa balls.

 For beginners training would be no longer than 5 minutes. Set a goal of 10 minutes to keep you motivated and help you get better in time. You must be doing your kegels in this time, not just lie in bed, do nothing at all and expect the balls to work by themselves. When you become advanced enough you might be able to hold them even longer and move around doing other activities as well such as walking, turning, bending or squatting. But it is important not to overstress your muscles, especially in the beginning. If you get any feelings of soreness or irritation, then maybe you had too much of your balls and you need to get them out and relax.

 Remember, your ball session is a very personal experience. It is important for you to do in your own privacy, feel relaxed and let all disturbing thoughts out, especially during your first sessions, otherwise you won’t get to enjoy this quality time with yourself. If you ask me, I prefer wearing my balls in my bedroom, in the comfort of my bed. Sometimes I might stand up and walk around the room, but I haven’t managed to keep them in for more than 10 to 20 steps. I’m getting better though, so my next goal is to be able to walk around the house with my secret teasers inside me and no one knowing about it.

 Getting out

 I know you don’t need a degree to get the balls inside you, but getting them out may give you a hard time. If you’re using a set with a retrieval cord, then you have nothing to worry about, it’s almost like pulling a tampon out. But for the ones who choose cordless balls the process of getting them out could be challenging. Below are some of the most common methods to get your balls out:

 · Walk around
 · Jump up and down
 · Use more lubrication
 · Cough
 · Squat 

 Of course using your finger to pull them out helps a lot especially when you’re in a squatting position (let gravity be of help here) and combined with some extra lub, those balls are definitely not going to stay inside you forever. If, for any reason, you can’t get them out, try not to panic, relax (because your muscles won’t loosen otherwise), breathe deep, follow the above tips and everything will be fine. There is no need to stress and make up embarrassing scenarios of you in an ER room with an intern digging in your love tunnel in search of your pleasure balls. Things will be alright as long as you do everything correctly and calmly. 

 Health warning note:

women's health sign
Certainly, Ben Wa balls can be a lot of fun; but if you wanna play on the safe side, you must be careful. For some women these balls are out of the question. Those who experience any inflammatory or infectious pelvic disorders, are allergic to their materials or are healing after surgery in the pelvic area, you must not use them. If you had hysterectomy you shouldn’t use cordless balls, because it could be dangerous. Pregnant ladies and mommies that are healing after delivery should have a talk with their doctor before trying the balls. Remember, no one is ever going to take better care of your body than yourself, so you must protect it. You should be cautious and if, for any reason, have second thoughts of the effect the balls would have on you, don’t hesitate to talk to your gynecologist.

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