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Communication: check on your victim during the bondage, make sure everything is OK. Check to make sure there are no blood flow or nerve pressure problems happening.

If there are blood flow issues, that not an emergency! So do not freak out!. Just adjust the rope and position to help with that. Some victims do no mind numb body parts. Usually a limb can stay numb for hours before any damage start to set it. Consult a doctor more about these issues.

Nerve (compression) damage - this is a serious issue and should be taken care of ASAP! A victim will know the difference between numbness and nerve damage, that is a bad bad bad pain (meaning not a good pain) and can cause semi-long term or ever possible permanent damage. Also some times nerve damage will not hurt, and just feel numb, and how you tell this is if they can NOT move the fingers or toes at all. Were with nubs a person can still move there fingers and toes even though they are numb.

If need water or orange/cranberry juice for sugar levels, do so! If bond with a long period of time, they will need to replace water.

Adjust rope is you need too! Everyone physiology is different, on one person a tie my be perfect, but may not work on someone else. Sometime just moving the rope 1/4" of a inch can turn hell into heaven, or heaven into hell for the person. So if it does not work, experiment a little. Remember nerves are microscopic in size!


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