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Cock and Ball Torture - CBT

  

  

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Introduction

Cock and ball torture, or CBT as it is more commonly called, can involve a variety of things. Torture can be used to induce mild to severe pain or it can be used only to cause discomfort. It is important to note that the penis and testicles can be easily or permanently damaged and, therefore, caution must be observed when practicing this activity.

 

Some in the BDSM community speculate that torturing a man's genitals is directly related to sexual control issues while others argue that torturing a male's sex organs addresses the ego. I would suppose that each male has his own reason for desiring this type of torture.

 

In some earlier cultures, a man's testicles were held as being very sacred and, in some instances, oaths were given while holding a man's testicles in the hand. And, in some countries, squeezing a man's testicles could lead to the perpetrator losing their hand.

 

There are many methods of CBT and, depending on the pain threshold or erotic tendencies of the individual, some can be very dramatic.

 

  

  

Ball Torture

 

I. Squeezing

 

The testicles are perhaps the most sensitive area of man's genitals as well as the most fragile. Any activity

involving the testicles should be undertaken carefully and with consideration given to the individuals welfare.

Mistakes can lead to ruptures, tears, or other disfiguring and disabling results.

 

One form of ball torture is simply squeezing them between the palm of one hand, as if squeezing a rubber ball. By pulling down on the testicles before squeezing them, they rest at the bottom of the sack and can be squeezed more effectively. Start with a gentle pressure and work up from there until your partner has reached his threshold.

 

While squeezing the balls you can manipulate them in your palm, causing them to rub slightly against one another. This rubbing presses on nerves that lie on the outsides of each testicle and causes a sharp shooting pain which travels up into the abdomen.

 

  

II. Slapping

 

Slapping is another painful method of ball torture. While the sack of the testicles hangs loose, gently but firmly slap them from side to side. The testicles will bounce within the sack when they are slapped causing immense pain so it is wise not to slap them with too much force.

 

You can also tie up the balls with a length of rope, tubing, or leather straps. To do this, gather the testicles in one hand and gently pull down. With the other hand, wrap the rope or other restraint device just above the balls and tie off. Once this is accomplished, tap lightly with the fingers on the now taut sides of the testicles.

 

The testicles are subject to rupture easily when they are bound so it is important that you do not use too much force during this activity. Also, the testicles should not remain bound for extended periods of time as blow flow may be restricted.

 

  

III. Pinching

 

The skin around the testicles is more sensitive while bound and pinching them with fingernails or tweezers can also prove to be very painful. Scraping the nails or other implements over the tightened skin of the sack is also deemed painful.

 

Use a ball point pen to write or draw on the bound testicles. This produces sensations that vary from sensual to

painful, depending on the amount of pressure applied.

 

You might also try a tracing wheel (can be purchased at sewing centers for under $2.00) to trace over the surface of the bound testicles. Again, the amount of pressure used determines the reaction you will get. You may even try placing the tracing wheel in the freezer for a few hours before hand.

 

Any instrument may be used in this manner, however, you may want to avoid anything that would cut or puncture the skin.

 

  

IV. Clamps

 

There are various devices which can be used to clamp the skin around the testicles. Nipple clamps, clothes pins,

and binder clips are just a few useful things that you can use. Leaving these on for a period of time allows the

subject to adjust to the pressure that is being applied to the area. However, when the clamps are removed, the

experience will be extremely painful.

 

If you use clothespins, try purchasing the plastic ones that have holes in their ends. These can be applied over the entire sack of the testicles and then laced together with string or thin rope. Once they are all laced together, you can pluck at the various strings and produce pain in more specific areas all along the sack.

 

Binder clips (purchased at office supply stores) will perhaps produce the most pain without the use of weights.

However, these can be adjusted by prying them apart giving you an assortment of pressures to use on your

submissive.

 

Nipple clamps (purchased through catalogs and fetish stores) come in a large variety. The butterfly clamps are nice because they can be easily weighted. The alligator clip variety can be adjusted to produce from mild to extreme discomfort.

 

Regardless of where you purchase your clips, be sure to wash them first in warm soapy water and then sterilize

them with alcohol before using. This cuts down on bacteria that may have been picked up during packaging and

shipping. And, always clean your toys after each play session.

 

  

V. Weights

 

Weights can be added to clamps that have been attached to the sack of the testicles. A good source for weights is a store that sells fishing tackle. By choosing fishing weights of various sizes and weights, you can make the

experience more challenging for the submissive.

 

By threading small rope or twine through the weights and tying them off, you have a weighting system that can be readily added to the clamps, a piece at a time.

 

Also, fishing weights come in various sizes, shapes, and weights which allows you to challenge your submissive to take more each time you play.

 

Other sources for weights are the hardware store. You can purchase nuts in varying sizes and weights that are also easily threaded with twine or rope, making it easy to use them during play time.

 

To store your weights, simply drive a nail in a closet wall out of sight and hang them from it.

 

  

  

VI. Parachutes

 

Parachutes are usually made of leather and can be purchased through most fetish catalogs or stores catering to the BDSM scene. A parachute attaches between the testicles and the penis and has three chains that come together just under the testicles. These chains are usually joined together with a circular link so that weights can be attached. Though not necessarily painful, most men who enjoy CBT find the constant tug on their testicles to be erotic. Also, men can be made to walk around while wearing the weights dangling between their thighs.

 

The parachute can also be turned inside out while the testicles are still in them, producing a mushroom looking

effect of the testicles. Parachutes can be purchased in one-size- fits all, however, when possible it's best to have

them made to your specific size and requirements. You can have attachments added to your parachute if it is made for you.

 

When having a parachute custom made, consider having studs sewn into the side that will sit against the testicles. This causes discomfort, especially after weights have been added or when worn under clothing.

 

  

  

VII. Binding

 

Binding the testicles can be accomplished in several ways. While pulling down on the testicles, you can use rope,

twine or leather straps, wrapping it repeatedly around the sack then tying it off. This wrapping causing some

stretching and separation and can present a very pleasing sight.

 

The testicles can also be separated and each tied into it's own little sack. Start with the lowest hanging testicle first and once it is firmly tied move to the next. Once both testicles are separately tied, wrap rope above both causing them to be pushed together. You must be careful tying off the testicles because blood flow can be interrupted to the area over a period of time, causing damage. You might also want to choose multi-color rubber bands to tie off the testicles with.

 

You can also purchase leather ball straps in varying sizes that can be placed around the balls, although these are usually made of leather and over time will stretch.

 

  

  

VIII. Mummification

 

Mummification is not just for whole body. The testicles can be wrapped and completely encased in rope, gauze,

cloth strips, or even packaging tape. Be cautious when striking the testicles in this state as again they are tightly bound and could be damaged easily. If you are using gauze, start at the top of the sack and work your way down. This puts more pressure into the sack of the testicles when you are finished.

 

When using tape you don't need to worry too much about how tight you should get it as the real torture starts when you remove it. Old bed linens and pillow cases make excellent binding material and can be washed and used again after each play session.

 

  

  

IX. Waxing

 

Waving the balls is another way to produce pain. Choose either soft or hard wax, depending on the temperature you prefer. A soft wax will melt quicker and cooler while the hard wax will burn slow and hot. Drip the wax slowly and at intervals all along the surface of either loose or tied testicles.

 

Shaving the testicles beforehand will make them more sensitive and makes wax removal less of a chore. Of course, if you don't choose to shave your submissive, he's in store for a harrowing time while the wax is removed.

 

You might try removing the wax with a dull edged butter knife for more sensation or giving the testicles a hard

squeeze will break up the wax and allow you to slowly peel it off in small sections.

 

Wax retains heat so you can pour on several layers at a time without worry of serious burns.

 

  

  

  

 

Penis Torture

The penis can be tortured in a variety of ways also, however, it is important to note once again that this is an area that is susceptible to damage. Caution should be exercised with the following activities.

 

I. Whipping

 

Whipping the penis can be done while it is soft or hard. When the penis is in full erection, blood vessels are

enlarged so it is important that you are careful in doing this exercise. A ruptured vessel takes a lengthy time to

heal and can sometimes interfere with future erections.

 

You can use any type of whip that you so desire as long as you do not use too much force. Striking the penis with

the tips of the whip is preferable since any other motion will produce a wrapping effect.

 

Some companies make a short whip that often times resembles a key chain. This whip is quite effective in

administering pain given it's small size.

 

Another suggestion would be to purchase some shoe laces (found at most stores) and tie them together creating a home made whip. The plastic tips at the end of the shoelaces can cause great pain to the submissive when they

make contact with the skin. This type of whip is also effective because you can design it to a length that you can

handle comfortably. Another way to make your own whip is to buy leather shoe laces and braid them together. This makes a short, easily handled whip that will have more weight to it.

 

  

  

II. Waxing

 

Totally encasing the penis in wax of various colors can be enjoyable to the Top as well as the bottom. Again, you

must decide between hard and soft wax. Soft wax molds more easily to the surface of the penis and can be layered.

 

As the wax is layered heat is held in close to the skin on the penis and can be very erotic to the submissive.

 

Removing sections of the wax is easier if you start with a softer wax. You can take out sections and rewax while the rest is still cooling.

 

If you are feeling very creative, place a birthday candle at the very tip of the penis when you start waxing and coat the wax at the base until it stands firmly in place. (Be careful not to shove the candle into the urethra.)

 

Once you have finished waxing the entire surface of the penis, light the birthday candle and watch it's progress. It will drop down onto the existing wax, heating things up again.

 

  

  

III. Binding

 

The penis can be bound with rope, leather, chain, gauze, or packing tape in much the same manner as the testicles. Binding the penis while soft keeps it from reaching erection and can be an added tool of torture while engaging in other activities. Cock straps are also available in leather and can be fitted onto the penis before it is hard to prevent erection.

 

Another idea is to place as many condoms on the penis as possible. Each condom will add pressure to the penis as well as cutting down on the amount sensation that the submissive can feel through them. I suggest purchasing

cheaper priced condoms for this activity, however, do not use these same condoms for protection purposes.

Non-lubricated condoms produce the greatest amount of discomfort to the submissive.

  

  

cock and ball torture - CBT  

 

  

 

Basic Cock and Ball Torture

  

Author Unknown

  

  

  

Cock Torture (CT) in the SM context means causing intense stimulation, discomfort or pain to the penis, usually including the foreskin, if present, using hands and any number of improvised or purpose-made devices. This is not so horrific as it might sound to some men: the penis is often regarded as a particularly delicate and sensitive part of the anatomy but although there are specific health and safety issues to consider the organ is sturdier than you might think, and can take a good deal of punishment without serious risk (think of what it endures during energetic fucking). Cock torture often takes place in conjunction with Ball Torture, as recognized by the abbreviation CBT.

  

  

  

What's the Thrill?

 

Obviously the cock is the organ of the male body most effectively wired for pleasurable sensation and there are huge stretches of the pleasure/pain boundary to be explored in its vicinity. But arguably more important is the psychological angle: for many men, cocks are the center of sexuality and a symbol of sexual potency and when someone helplessly undergoes abuse of his most precious appendage the psychological charge is immense. A site normally associated with indulgent pleasure is being transformed into a vulnerable target for punishment and pain. There are also clear links between CT and interests in sexual control and chastity.

 

Parts of the Penis and How to be Cruel to Them

Shaft. A structure of several layers, the core layer being spongy tissues (the corpora cavernosa) that engorge with blood during erection and the arteries that supply them. Within this and a little closer to the underside is the urethra (the duct that carries piss and spunk) and around it muscle fiber, nerves and minor blood vessels covered in a loose layer of skin.

 

The shaft is the least sensitive part of the cock, though the sensitivity of the skin that covers it increases greatly when stretched during erection -- appropriately, because an erect cock, being under pressure, is far more fragile than a flaccid cock. The flaccid shaft can be struck with the palm of the hand, knuckles or objects like small 'cock-whips', rulers and beaters (though avoid excessive force - see below); squeezed with hands or otherwise pressurized with bindings; scratched and abraded with fingernails and rough-textured objects like stiff brushes; subjected to extremes of hot and cold (temperature play); pinched on the surface skin with fingers or clothespins and clamps. When erect similar treatments could be applied but much more gently. In both cases avoid too much pressure on the underside, where the urethra is closest to the surface.

 

Foreskin. The fold of skin that covers the glans when flaccid and should roll back to expose it on erection is basically skin with nerves and blood vessels, and a little more sensitive than the shaft, particularly on the inside. Even when it has been removed by circumcision for religious, health or cosmetic reasons, a remnant usually remains, particularly of the frenum, a web-like structure that attaches it under the glans and can be a very sensitive site for pinching and pegs. The foreskin as a whole can be squeezed, stretched and twisted fairly firmly to no real ill effect.

 

Glans (head). Primarily spongy tissue (the corpus spongiosum, erectile but less so than the shaft) covered in a thin, tight and highly sensitive skin layer. The most sensitive part of the dick, even more so in many circumcised men, and particularly so at the ridge at its base, the corona. Little effort is needed to produce results, and some men find even gentle stroking difficult to bear. Can be struck like the shaft, squeezed, pinched, subjected to temperature play, rubbed and abraded (somebody once went for the author's with the hard-edged buttons of a video remote control unit!) and so on. Sometimes a little water-based lubricant helps things along (though careful you don't gum up your video controls).

 

Urethral opening or meatus (piss-slit, pisshole). Often very sensitive and tender, particularly just inside, which in many people is an unexplored territory, and can be carefully teased with fingers or other objects such as cotton buds, lubricated if less discomfort is desired, and also stimulated by pulling and twisting on a healed Prince Albert piercing. However the urethra is sterile inside and any objects to be inserted more than a centimeter (0.5") or so should be sterile too. See Catheters and Sounds for more details of urethral play, which has its own potential dangers.

 

 

  

  

Special CBT Techniques

 

Much enjoyment can be gained by exploiting the cock's propensity to increase and decrease in size somewhat independently of the conscious control of its owner by various forms of cock bondage. One of the commonest pieces of male SM wear is undoubtedly the cock ring, a metal or rubber ring (the latter are usually vacuum cleaner drive belts repackaged by fetish shops at a vast premium) through which first balls (one by one) then cock are slipped when flaccid and which can give a pleasantly constricted feeling when erect. With some men, unfortunately, the difference in size between tumescence and detumesence is so large that it's impossible to find a size that stays on all the time but isn't dangerously tight and uncomfortable on erection. As David Stein recounts: "I once made the mistake of putting on a metal ring at home before going out. At the bar, when I lost my erection in a moment of distraction, the ring came off, slid down the leg of my jeans, hit the floor with a clang, and rolled away. Not the way to make a good impression." A variation on a ring is a simple cock strap that goes round the same site, often made of leather or neoprene and adjustable to size.

 

During a scene, the snugness of the bindings could be increased so that erections are deliberately made uncomfortable or painful (there are some hazards to this -- see below): with some people this can result in a particularly vicious circle with the discomfort itself exciting further erection. This can be achieved with cords, laces or thongs, for example tightly connecting loops around the glans with loops anchored round the base of cock and balls. A variety of purpose made cock straps is also available for the purpose, such as the 'anti-erect'. There are obvious links here to chastity techniques. In addition, cocks are often the focus of some of the specialist techniques dealt with elsewhere: see particularly Clothespins, Electricity, Piercing (Temporary and Permanent), Pumping, Wax.

 

  

  

  

Health and Safety

 

Circulation Blockage

 

This is probably the biggest danger in cock play, as pain may not be a reliable indicator. Tissue that's deprived of blood eventually stops hurting -- which doesn't mean it's okay! It may be irreversibly damaged. Any binding is too tight if it cuts into the skin and causes bleeding. Any binding is on too long if it causes the cock or ballsack to become cold or numb, but the third typical sign of circulation problems in limbs that are bound -- loss of color -- is less reliable in this case. The cock and ballsack normally become engorged with blood during sexual arousal, turning reddish or purplish as a result, and up to a point genital bondage just helps that process along. Circulation could be dangerously impaired by tight bindings before there's much loss of color.

 

A better sign of impaired circulation is edema, or visible swelling, of soft tissue in the cock or scrotum below or around a binding. While such swelling isn't dangerous in itself (it will normally go down on its own after circulation resumes), whenever it occurs the bonds causing it should be loosened or removed as soon as possible in order to prevent damage. Avoid genital bindings that can't be removed easily even when there's swelling. Tie with a bow-knot or some other knot that will release easily if you pull on the ends -- and be sure to leave the ends long enough to get at. Keep blunt-tipped emergency medical technician's shears (scissors) available to cut bindings in an emergency. Don't use a metal cock ring that's tight when the cock you put it on is soft. It's going to be a lot tighter when that cock gets hard, and you won't be able to take it off until the cock softens again -- which might be a long wait if the ring has caused severe edema.

 

To sum up: A good rule of thumb is to loosen tight genital bindings enough to restore full circulation every 20 to 30 minutes even without any signs of a problem. And in no case should anything tighter than a comfortable ring or harness be left in place overnight or throughout an extended scene.

 

  

  

Retrograde ejaculation

 

If a man is forced to come while tightly bound around the genitals, the semen may be forced back down the urethra and reabsorbed into the body. Deliberate retrograde ejaculation is a practice of Tantric yoga, and although possibly uncomfortable, there doesn't seem to be any direct medical research on whether it is harmful. Evidence from vasectomies suggests frequent retrograde ejaculations might at worst lower sperm counts or generate antibodies to semen. An isolated incident should be nothing to worry about.

 

  

  

Other problems

 

Foreskins can be torn, and if circulation in them is cut off for very long, the tissue won't retract normally and could even die and slough off. Be gentle with genital piercing: if you rip a ring out, you'll need medical help to repair the damage and avoid a nasty scar, infection, or worse. If a ring does tear out, use an ice pack and local pressure to stop the bleeding (see the First Aid Manual) until you can get to a doctor.

 

A fracture, when an erect penis is struck hard and "breaks" with a loud cracking noise, is an unlikely but potentially serious problem, a medical emergency that requires prompt treatment by a physician. As first aid on the way to the hospital, use ice packs to control bleeding. But if you avoid hard blows to a hard cock, you won't risk the problem in the first place.

 

Ball Torture (BT) refers to a range of techniques to cause sensation, discomfort and pain in the male testicles and scrotum. Common examples are squeezing with hands, slapping and beating with hands and other objects, crushing using various vice-like devices and applying pressure with bindings, straps and weights are favorite techniques. Often found in conjunction with cock torture (CT), thus CBT.

What's the Thrill?

 

As most men know, the balls are highly sensitive, particularly to pressure. Most men find handling, stroking and squeezing gently is a pleasurable sensation in itself, and the boundary between strong sensation and outright pain seems particularly malleable here. For many people there is also the thrill that the balls are regarded as probably the most delicate and vulnerable part of the male anatomy and using them in SM games requires great trust and carries a particularly intense charge.

 

  

  

Anatomy

 

The scrotum is a loose, flexible bag of skin that contains the testicles (the "balls"), two bean-shaped organs of fibrous material covering soft gland tissue in which sperm is produced. Plentiful pressure-sensitive nerves in the testicles account for their extreme sensitivity to blows or squeezing. A ridge on the outside of each testicle, known as the epidymis, extends up to form a lump on top and contains tubules that transfer sperm. Attached to the top, next to the epidymis, is the spermatic cord, an elastic tissue that connects the testicles to the rest of the body and contains the vas deferens, the duct between the epidymis and the penis. Since sperm production requires a lower temperature than the normal body temperature, the testicles usually hang outside the body, but the spermatic cord can draw them up into the body when cold. The scrotum also contains some fluid.

 

  

  

What to Use

 

Hands are the obvious weapons: precisely controllable and always available. Slap (gently), punch (more gently), or flick with fingertips, and carefully squeeze with the fingers. Get the balls in the bottom of the scrotum, then twist the scrotum around above them to prevent them slipping out of your fingers. Probably the second most popular items are ball bondage toys. Cords, ropes, laces and bandages can all be wrapped in various ways around the balls to stretch the scrotal skin, force balls apart or together and put pressure on individual balls. A classic basic tie is a loop around the base of both cock and balls, a loop around the neck of the scrotum and then a loop between the balls to force them apart. Leather and fetish shops usually have a range of (usually leather, sometimes rubber or neoprene) toys with various arrangements of straps purpose made for ball bondage, for example:

 

 

Cock and ball straps and dividers anchor the balls in place round the root of the scrotum and cock and pass around the scrotum vertically to separate the balls. Ball stretchers are straps of various sizes that go around the top of the scrotum horizontally, forcing the balls down into the stretched sac. Alternatives are bandages, ropes or leather thongs which can be gradually wrapped round to increase the pressure. Just a modest strap around the top of the scrotum will have the additional effect of trapping the balls and preventing them slipping out of range.

 

Parachutes are parachute-shaped devices with a hole in the middle for the scrotum to pass through, with the parachute itself resting on top of the balls. Ball weights are then hung from chains below the parachute. Weights can also be hung from arrangements of chain or rope. Be very careful with weights: some men can work up to hanging quite large weights from their balls, but there is some danger to the practice. Weights of 500g-1.5kg (1-3 lbs) should be enough to give sensation and be safe. As well as weights, light objects that move can be hung from balls. A London top has experimented with dangling a spherical jumping toy from Toys R Us in a string bag attached to ball bindings or parachute.

 

Crushing the balls can be achieved with various clamps or bondage equipment like cling film (saran wrap) or elastic bandages (Ace bandages). DeBlase says he has read "of an American Indian torture that involved soaking a piece of rawhide and then sewing it up to tightly encase a victim's scrotum. As it dries, it shrinks, increasing pressure" (1993:17). He also speculates about experimenting with an inflatable blood pressure cuff, and suggests putting gravel inside the elastic bandages to add abrasion to the repertoire of ball techniques.

 

Toys for beating need to be fairly light and delicate. An ordinary pencil is quite adequate, especially for rapid light strokes on a well-secured ball. Some people use a small, soft cat o'nine tails called a ball whip. One source of hard objects suitable to the task is music shops: try bell-beaters designed for playing hand-held cowbells, or mallets topped with dense rubber balls of the sort used to play glockenspiels and chime bars!

 

Other specialist techniques could be applied to the balls. See elastrators, electricity, play piercing, shaving.

 

  

  

Health and Safety

 

The key thing to remember is that levels of tolerance vary enormously. When you're playing with anyone new, always start out lightly with any kind of stimulation to the balls and increase the intensity gradually. With an established partner or in "self-abuse" you can safely begin at a higher level and move faster, but you should still be very sensitive to his (or your own) reactions as you go along. Probably the single most important danger signal in this area is intense and often rapidly increasing pain, so the bottom must be able to let the top know unmistakably when he's had enough. In the vast majority of cases, a bottom whose consciousness is not dulled by alcohol or drugs will have no difficulty in distinguishing between a level of pain that is erotically stimulating and pain that signals real damage.

 

Probably the most common form of genitorture involves pressure exerted by "ball crushers," the hands, or weights. While even a heavy, experienced masochist is almost certain to beg for relief well before damage is done through steady pressure alone, if you have any doubt whether you're injuring him, stop.

Ball stretchers aren't hazardous within reasonable limits, but don't get impatient and overdo. Begin with a narrow stretcher band and work up to wider ones gradually, carefully monitoring the bottom's (or your own) acceptance of the increasing pressure. Do not leave the any genital bindings on too long and certainly not overnight - a good rule of thumb is to remove them every 20 or 30 minutes and allow the circulation to return to normal for a while. See the Cock Torture briefing for more on the dangers of circulation blockage in cock and ball play.

 

Much more potentially hazardous is any bondage in which the balls are tied to something else, such as another part of the body or a hook on wall or floor, and might be yanked by a sudden movement: for instance, if you tie a rope or attach a chain between his ankles and his scrotum so that if he tries to move his legs he pulls on his balls. Don't combine this kind of bondage with any other strong stimulation that might cause him to yank on his balls involuntarily, in reaction to pain elsewhere, unless he's otherwise so tightly restrained he cannot move enough to put pressure on them. And never tie someone by the balls to a wall, post, etc. in a standing position without additional support: he could lose his balance or faint and put his whole body-weight on them.

 

The most common injuries to the balls during genitorture are abrasions (usually from rough-surfaced bindings, such as rawhide or scratchy rope), bruises (usually from slapping or whipping the balls), and tiny cuts (which might happen in any rough play when the scrotum is pulled tight over the balls, or during a shaving), minor injuries best treated with sensible first aid such as cleaning with antiseptic. Bruises generally heal by themselves, though an ice pack can limit swelling. Medical intervention is not usually necessary unless the bruising doesn't fade normally or you suspect an infection.

 

More serious is a hematoma, which occurs when an injury ruptures larger, deeper blood vessels and a pool or pocket of blood forms between layers of tissue, such as between the scrotum and the balls. The pocket of blood will generally clot in a short time and form a hard mass. Externally, it will appear as a firm, bulging, or swollen area. A small hematoma will usually be reabsorbed without lasting damage. One that is large or keeps growing (because fresh blood keeps accumulating) can "squeeze" adjacent structures, including nerves and blood vessels, reducing circulation to the area and impairing sensation and other functions. If the pressure of a large hematoma is not relieved, permanent damage can result. Prompt medical attention is indicated.

 

In men who are predisposed to them, minor injuries to the balls can precipitate subsequent swellings, called hydroceles or spermatoceles, in which fluids other than blood build up in the space around the testicles. They can be corrected at one's convenience unless they become infected, in which case prompt treatment is required. Another problem to watch out for is an epididymal cyst; this is not typically caused by trauma but if you notice any unexplained swelling or mass in your partner's scrotum, or your own, do not engage in such play until you know it is harmless or have it corrected. Also, avoid ball bondage entirely with anyone who has a scrotal hernia.

 

 

Probably the most serious damage that might occur to the balls during erotic genitorture -- which is not to say that it's likely -- is rupture of a testicle. This is when the outer covering of the ball splits and allows the contents to spill out into the scrotal sac. Besides causing extreme pain, often accompanied by nausea, a ruptured testicle will make the scrotum swell rapidly, and internal bleeding will nearly always create a large hematoma. The ballsack will appear black and blue and be massively enlarged. If this happens, go to an emergency room immediately! The most likely causes are suddenly yanking on the balls or hitting them with a heavy, blunt instrument. Symptoms similar to rupture occur in cases of testicular torsion, which is when the spermatic cords and vessels that suspend the testicle within the scrotum become twisted or kinked, interrupting the normal flow of blood, etc. There will be intense pain, and the scrotum will swell rapidly and be extremely tender to the touch. Surgery must be done within six hours of the onset of pain or the testicle will be lost.

  

  

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