Prostate massage is the stimulation of the prostate gland, which is part of the male reproductive system. It can be done through the perineum, or in a more intensive way through the rectum.
Medical uses for prostate massage include digital rectal examination (DRE) for searching for anomalies such as cancer and obtaining prostatic secretion for analysis. It also has been used against prostatitis but scientific trials have shown it is uneffective.
As sexual practice, prostate stimulation can produce stronger and more powerful orgasms than solely penile stimulation, and also can produce orgasm on its own. Stimulation can be done by using fingers and sexual toys (including vibrators and electro stimulators) In case of introducing in the anus fingers or sexual toys, the male should be relaxed and sexual aroused before starting, and it is important to do it with lubrication (a sexual lube is highly recommended) and slowly, alllowing the anus to gradually adapt to the insertion. In case fingers are being used, it is important to cut nails very short or wear gloves to minimize potential damage. When using fingers, try to locate a round bulb of tissue, that is the prostate. Move your finger(s) in a "come here" motion to stimulate that area.
Anal stimulation may cause feelings of having to evacuate. Usually it is just a feeling and it pass after a few seconds.
Prostate massage can be enjoyed by all men no matter their sexual orientation. However, some straight men find more difficult to get relaxed during his first prostate message.
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