The secret to a ‘GREAT’ prostate massage
The prostate can be a gold mine of sexual thrills for those willing to carefully probe and massage it, but while all the prostate sex manuals will tell you about the medical benefits to be enjoyed from massaging the prostate, it is also important that you understand the risks.
The prostate is a delicate gland responsible for the production of seminal fluid. It's located just under the bladder and is about the size of a walnut. It is not possible to access directly, but it can be felt and pressure applied to it through the lining of the rectal wall. As men age, the prostate can become subject to a buildup of bacteria, and can also be susceptible to cancer. This is why doctors will check to see the prostate is not enlarged during a medical checkup.
When the prostate is massaged, it swells and produces seminal fluid. It also results in an exciting sexual sensation which can lead to the most intense male multiple orgasms. The key to stimulating the prostate gland is to go gently and never to rush. Modern prostate massage toys such as the Aneros Helix or the Rude Boy are designed specifically to stimulate and massage the prostate safely without undue force being applied to the delicate membrane of the rectum. Correct use will involve a medium to light repetitive massage or circular motion - the tool is not intended for use in a thrusting manner.
It's also important to apply plenty of water based lube both to the sex toy and to the anus during prostate massage. If you feel pain or discomfort during the session, cease and consider having a medical check up to ensure all is well. If you insert the prostate massage toy correctly, and there are specific instructions supplied, you should quickly start to feel powerful and pleasant sexual sensations which can be enhanced by simultaneously massaging the perineum (the cluster of nerves located between the anus and the testicles) and/or masturbating your penis.