The prostate is a small, walnut-sized gland found only in men. It is located just in front of the rectum, between the bladder and the penis. The prostate produces a fluid that helps to nourish and protect sperm. The prostate can be reached through the anus, and it’s often called the P-spot because it’s the seat of pleasure in the male body. But how can you reach and massage the prostate? What are the techniques?
What is a prostate massage?
Prostate massage is the act of stimulating the prostate gland for sexual pleasure or medical purposes. The prostate is a small, walnut-sized gland located just below the bladder in men. It produces seminal fluid, which helps transport sperm during ejaculation. Prostate massage can stimulate the prostate gland and relieve sexual dysfunction. It can also prevent or treat medical conditions, such as erectile dysfunction, benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), and chronic prostatitis.
There are several ways to stimulate the prostate, either externally or internally. External prostate massage can be done by massaging the area between the anus and the scrotum. Internal prostate massage is done by inserting a lubricated finger or sex toy into the rectum and carefully massaging the prostate. If you are new to prostate massage, it is important to start slowly and increase pressure and stimulation gradually. It is also important to use plenty of lubrication.
Prostate massage is usually performed by healthcare professionals, nurses, or therapists. Sometimes, men may perform the massage on themselves. It is important to use gentle pressure and avoid vigorously massaging the prostate, as this can cause pain, inflammation, and other health problems. When it comes to sexual prostate massage, you can ask your partner to stimulate your prostate to induce a powerful orgasm.
A prostate massage has both therapeutic and sexual benefits.
What is the difference between prostate milking and prostate massage?
The term “prostate massage” is often conflated with the term “prostate milking.” While similar, prostate massage and milking have a few minute differences. Prostate milking is the act of stimulating the prostate gland until it releases a fluid or pre-ejaculate. Prostate milking is also done through a prostate massage, but it’s purely sexual. A prostate massage, however, doesn’t necessarily include milking and can also be done for therapeutic purposes.
Why does prostate stimulation feel good?
Prostate stimulation feels amazing — it’s no wonder the prostate gland is often called the male G-spot. The anus and the surrounding regions have thousands of nerve endings, so the entire region can be amazing to touch. The prostate gland also contains numerous blood vessels that swell because of sexual excitement and increased blood flow, which makes the area even more sensitive. When you stimulate the prostate gland, the presence of these blood vessels and nerve endings can induce deep pleasure.
What are the benefits of prostate massage?
As you grow older, your prostate gland can become enlarged, leading to a higher risk of prostatitis, an inflammation of the prostate gland. You may also suffer from difficulty during urination, frequently feeling like you need to pee, and symptoms of inflammation because of other prostate-related conditions. Prostate massage can relieve a lot of these symptoms, improve your ability to urinate, and improve sexual function. And on top of that, prostate stimulation can help you achieve the most powerful orgasms!
The following are some of the primary benefits of a prostate massage:
- Promoting sexual function and pleasure.
- Relieving symptoms of prostatitis, an inflammation of the prostate gland.
- Helping to prevent or treat erectile dysfunction.
- Aiding in the prevention of prostate cancer.
- Increasing urinary flow and improving the quality of urine.
- Improving overall confidence and self-esteem.
How to perform a prostate massage properly?
In prostate massage, you must focus on two types of safety — physical and psychological. The latter starts with the basics of sexual consent. If you’re performing a prostate massage on someone, you must have their direct, explicit, and enthusiastic permission and consent. Prostate stimulation needs mental preparation — it’s not something you can or should surprise your partner with.
Instead of simply performing a prostate massage on your partner, you must ask their permission. You can start the conversation with, “I’ve been wanting to try something new if you’re up for it….” Describe what you’d like to do, and encourage your partner to be open and honest with you. Communication is an essential component of a prostate massage — or any other sexual act, for that matter.
Once your partner agrees, you must focus on physical safety and comfort. Before you start the prostate massage, you must wash your hands with soap and water — this will prevent germs or bacteria from entering your partner’s body. Once your hands are clean and dry, you can wear a pair of clean latex gloves to protect your hands from anal bacteria. If you don’t want to use gloves, be sure to clean your hands immediately after the massage.
If you have long nails, you must clip and file them down. After you’re prepared, you can apply a lubricant around your partner’s anus and your fingers. Gently insert your finger into your partner’s rectum, taking it an inch at a time. Once your finger is inside your partner’s rectum, you can feel for a round lump. Press down on the gland and gently massage it with your fingers. You may continue adding more lubrication.
In addition to using your finger, you can also use a sex toy for a prostate massage. You can use a traditional dildo or a motorized vibrator for a powerful prostate massage. Some specific toys can massage the prostate effectively, inducing a powerful and mind-blowing orgasm. You can also apply external pressure on the perineum between the scrotum and the anus to enhance pleasure.
You can continue massaging your partner’s prostate until your partner wants or until they orgasm. But remember, communication is essential during a prostate massage. Keep checking in with your partner to ensure they’re comfortable.