Nipple Pumping

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Nipple pumping, vacuum pumping of the nipple, is a form of Nipple Enlargement — or simply play. By extended suction on the nipple, it becomes engorged with blood and enlarges. This enlargement is temporary, but done regularly can result in some semi-permanent enlargement. As with any pumping play, Overpumping is a very real risk, and those who engage in these activities should certainly listen to their bodies and monitor themselves closely to prevent injury.

Nipple Pumping
Nipple Pumping
Nipple Pumping

During and after photos of nipple pumping

Pumping is usually done with a Vacuum Pump (often with a smaller tube designed for nipple pumping), or with improvised devices such as Snakebite Kits, syringes, or even small plastic bottles.


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