Most men are aware of what a prostate massage is but don’t view them as anything but sexual. It doesn’t seem like there would be any reason to think otherwise. But prostate massage doesn’t just feel good, it’s often good for your health!
What is a prostate?
The prostate is a small gland located at the base of the penis, just below the bladder that stores semen. During the average span of a day, the prostate doesn’t do much of anything. During ejaculation, the prostate is flushed out and semen emptied.
As a play on words, the prostate is called the p-spot. Both it and the g-spot provide the same kind of deep pleasure not had in the average orgasm. In simple terms, the body responds to stimulation of the prostate in the same way it would when muscles force semen out normally.
How to Stimulate the Prostate
While the prostate can be stimulated externally by rubbing the perineum (the area between the anus and scrotum), it won’t offer much more pleasure than you’re used to.
When stimulated internally, it’s a whole different story.
But first… does it hurt?
As long as no silly mistakes are made, such as forgetting to use lubrication, prostate massage doesn’t hurt at all! The anus already has a certain amount of openness so that it can function normally.
The prostate is located about two to two-and-a-half inches inside the rectum, toward the stomach. It can be felt and stimulated by inserting one’s finger. However, this is uncomfortable and difficult to do.
There are many toys that assist with prostate stimulation that are much more comfortable and easy to use. The Lyps Neptune is highly recommended for this purpose. Unlike other types prostate stimulators, the Lyps Neptune stays in place comfortably as the flexible ring at the other end holds on to the penis.
You can find the Lyps Neptune by clicking here. It’s made of 100% FDA approved, body-safe silicone—and it is waterproof!
Using a Prostate Stimulator Toy
“The picture makes the toy look large. Wouldn’t that hurt?”
Nope! Most men find that the Lyps Neptune is just big enough but not too small. But that’s not the main thing to be concerned with. The following is:
Use a lot of lubricant! If you’ve covered both the toy and the area it’s headed toward with lube, it’s a good idea to add even more just in case.
With that out of the way, slip it right in and situate the ring around the penis and scrotum. And that’s it! Whether you’re masturbating or having intercourse, it will stay right where you need it to be.
The toy doesn’t feel like it’s there too much until just before and during orgasm. Then, it’s rather obvious something new is going on. Being brought to orgasm with the prostate being stimulated is more and intense and lasts longer. No tricks involved, no practice or skill needed.
Health Benefit 1: Helps with Erectile Dysfunction
Whether just occasional or if you’re plagued with erectile dysfunction, prostate stimulation can help. It’s not guaranteed in the most severe cases, but this is most usually only the case in some men of very advanced age.
Any amount of internal prostate stimulation can either bring an erection quicker or make it harder. But, again, it’s kind of difficult to do anything else when your body is contorted and one hand occupied.
A toy would help out with that, but you and your partner would be let down if a muscle spasm made it slip out. You guessed it, the Lyps Neptune takes care of that problem. Actually, it is doubly effective at helping erectile dysfunction.
As most are aware, an erection is created and sustained by the penis being flooded with and retaining the presence of blood. While aroused, the toy’s slight pressure on the prostate discourages an erection from failing. But the ring on the Lyps Neptune that goes around then takes it a step further by doing the same for blood flow just below the scrotum.
So, whether you want a harder erection or if just getting one is your goal, the Lyps Neptune should be your first and second choice!
Health Benefit 2: Treat BPH (Enlarged Prostate)
Benign Prostate Hyperplasia (BPH) occurs in older men; the prostate enlarges enough to put pressure on the urethra behind it, making urination difficult—even painful. In the worst cases, BPH makes urination impossible altogether.
If your doctor has told you that your BPH is temporary or “nothing to worry about,” prostate massage can help alleviate symptoms.
Prostate massage is also known as prostate milking because it promotes the release of prostatic fluid, which is the stuff released when aroused but not during climax. This gives the affected prostate a much-needed reduction in size, relieving the urethra from the pressure.
For prostate massage in the treatment of BPH, it’s not just a leave-it-in-and-forget-about-it, one-step process. Because the aim is to get prostatic fluid out, and not to have a more pleasurable orgasm, there’s another thing you’ll have to do.
Insert your finger into the rectum and rock the finger back and forth, starting toward the stomach. If done correctly, your body will start to release the fluid from the penis.
Thank you for choosing Lyps!