last updated August 3, 2021
Prostate orgasm is the term used for massaging the prostate gland in order to produce a flow and elimination of seminal fluid (semen) without ejaculation.
Prostate orgasm is normally used therapeutically to treat and prevent a variety of prostate disorders such as prostatitis and BPH (Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy). Even many medical professionals recommend it as a way of soothing and relieving prostatic distress.
Prostate orgasm is also used for sexual pleasure. To intensify the orgasm in masturbation or with a partner.
Prostate orgasm is supported in medical circles due to the studies that indicate: men who ejaculate ( by intercourse or masturbation) more than five times per week during their twenties, suffer from less sexual disorders such as BPH, inflammation, and cancer.
Prostate orgasm is now considered of great aid to male health and a possible way to prevent sexual disorders when regular sex is not available or when a man does not wish to masturbate for personal reasons.
Prostate orgasm is controversial with some because they feel it is no different then masturbation and morally wrong. For those who don't have a problem there, it can be a great health practice!
In medical practice, it is often recommended as a treatment for prostatitis and BPH. Prostatitis occurs when there is inflammation in the gland. Prostate orgasm is said to sooth and nourish the gland and relieve the painful symptoms.
Prostate orgasm is superior to regular ejaculation here because no additional swelling of the prostate occurs with prostate orgasm.
The benefit of the prostate orgasm stimulation comes from both the release of seminal fluid (semen) from the gland, as well as the cleansing and nourishing effect provided by the massage.
Many medical practitioners believe a prostate stimulation is a safe and highly effective way to relieve prostatic conditions such as BPH, prostatitis, inflammation, swelling and pain.
However, many also believe prostate stimulation can be an aid with cancer in this area. Again, a gentle prostate stimulation is recommended to achieve the desired result of increasing the blood flow and helping to cleanse, nourish and oxygenate this area.
Prostate orgasm keeps the sexual fluids moving and cleans the gland. It provides added blood circulation with the accompanying increase in oxygen and nutrient supply to the gland. This is monumentally important in helping to heal of any part of the body.
A prostate orgasm stimulation can be performed by a medical professional or at home.
Urologists routinely perform a prostate stimulation to gather fluid (semen) for testing.
Men unaccustomed to prostate stimulation may feel it uncomfortable. But, doctors were never known for their finesse in this area.
A prostate orgasm should always be done gently. There are those who recommend a very vigorous stimulation or massage when trying to achieve the strongest orgasm. Always be gentle. Working the are too hard can cause serious medical injuries. Even fatality.
Whether for therapeutic purposes or pleasure purposes, gently and thoroughly is best.
There is an amazing device designed just for this call the Aneros Prostate Massage Device. I use one. Everyone I know who uses the Aneros has had outstanding results! It is the best device I have found for prostate orgasm stimulation in 20 years of research.
I have found the HelixSYN (new silicone version of the original Helix model) to be the most comfortable massager I have ever found. And, it seems to be the size that fits most men just right.
A prostate orgasm stimulation can be performed alone, by a professional, or with a partner.
The most common and most effective way to perform prostate stimulation is through the anus. Traditionally, when a partner or spouse helped with the prostate orgasm stimulation, they used their finger.
They would insert their finger into the anus and massage the gland gently.
The gland is easy to locate. It is a few inches above the anus on the belly side. It is about the size of a walnut (when not enlarged) and easy to feel and recognize.
The prostate orgasm is achieved by massaging and squeezing the gland in a downward motion. During a prostate orgasm, semen flows out rather than being squirted out (as in a regular ejaculation).
The problem with fingers is that they are usually about and inch or two too short to do the job well. It feels good, but, a finger doesn't usually reach to the top of the gland and doesn't do an efficient job of milking (releasing the fluid).
That is why I use an Aneros for my own prostate orgasm stimulation. It does the job completely and correctly.
As I said earlier, the Aneros is the safest and most effective instrument I have found for prostate stimulation. The Aneros is available in a variety of sizes. It reaches to the top of your gland and gives a sure and gentle prostate orgasm stimulation.
The Aneros, once inserted, is hands free! It does it's job with the contraction of your anal muscles. So it tones the whole sexual system while giving you a perfect prostate orgasm stimulation! And, it improves bladder control. As I mentioned above, I find the Helix model to be the most comfortable one.
I truly believe every man over 40 who is serious about prostate health should have at least one Aneros and use it regularly.
Prostate orgasm can also be a highly sensual experience.
Therefore the Aneros is often marketed as a sex toy. It works
very very well in that capacity. For the most powerful orgasms you may want to try the Aneros Progasm. It's a considerably larger one! Designed for extreme pleasure.
The link above will send you to the Progasm Ice. The Ice model is smoother than the original and I think much better. They are both the same price.
But, make no mistake, an Aneros is the best instrument you will find anywhere for correct prostate orgasm stimulation or prostate massage.
A prostate orgasm can be an extremely sensual experience. And can be intense!
Prostate orgasm stimulation used during intercourse or masturbation will give you an orgasm that will "knock your socks off!" It is considered the same as manipulating a woman's G-spot.
Also, if you are trying to increase your semen flow during sex or masturbation, prostate orgasm stimulation will normally do that.
Remember: Always be gentle during prostate orgasm stimulation. This is very important! If you are too vigorous you can injure yourself.
And, this gland of ours is so sensitive that you don't need to apply anything but the lightest pressure to achieve maximum results.
If you push too hard, you may see blood in you semen, stop the prostate stimulation immediately. If the blood remains in your semen or urine, seek professional medical help.
Pain in the lower abdomen is also a sign that internal damage has been done.
I have performed prostate orgasm stimulation for the past 20 years with none of these problems. Everyone I have ever spoken to who has used an Aneros has had none of the problems.
The secret is: do your prostate orgasm stimulation gently, safely and regularly. Two or three times a week is usually enough to bring results. Your body needs time to regenerate after your prostate orgasm just as it does from any type of massage or exercise.
If you have any doubts about your internal condition, check with your medical professional before you begin. Then, enjoy all the benefits of healthy prostate orgasm stimulation.