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Can a "Ball Zinger" (aka "Blakoe Ring") cause negative feedback?

Discussion in 'Male Health & HRT' started by DaveK22, Aug 18, 2012.

  1. DaveK22

    DaveK22 New Member

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    There are already many threads, on many other forums, about whether this device even works or not. Bottom line, every thread has some that claim it does & an equal number claiming is doesn't. So let's not waste time revisiting that debate :laugh:

    So let's assume for sake of this thread that it DOES work, then wouldn't this possibly cause negative feedback? If so, what if it was cycled or used for only few hours a day? If it's stimulating the leydig cells to boost test levels, won't that eventually down regulate LH production?

    Ref:
    http://www.boost-your-low-testosterone.com/penis-ring.html

    Keywords: "ball zinger" "blakoe ring" "ring of power"
     
  2. xks201

    xks201 Active Member

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    IDK you'd have to ask a fertility expert that magnetizes people's testicles for a living.
     
  3. WhatTheF

    WhatTheF New Member

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    ummm..."ball zinger"? really? :)
     
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    Dr. John Crisler Lord of the Forum Staff Member Super Moderator

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