The TGB article on self-play had many readers sending in questions about the “Male G-Spot” and the prostate gland. So, let’s have a look at this mysterious and misunderstood organ.
Between a man’s’ rectum and bladder lives the walnut-sized prostate. The prostate’s main job is to produce a fluid that is expelled when ejaculation occurs. It is also the source of prostate cancer—the most common cancer in men. Many men report that stimulating the prostate gives them bind-blowing pleasure.
Once a taboo subject, the male g-spot is making its way into the mainstream. Prostate massager sales have increased by 58% over the past five years, especially by straight men, according to an adult toy company.
The medical evidence on the male g-spot varies, but doctors’ and men’s health professionals report that some of the potential benefits include:
We couldn’t locate any scientific data explicitly related to prostate stimulation. We did read many anecdotal reports from sufferers and medical practitioners that prostate stimulation increases blood flow, thus leading to harder erections.
Inflammation of the prostate can aggravate the bladder causing a weak flow. Improvements in urine flow have been demonstrated after prostate massage.
It’s rare but painful ejaculation can come from infection or inflation of the epididymis (the tube near the balls that transports fluids. It can also be due to tight pelvic floor muscles due to inflammation of the prostate. Manual manipulation of those muscles during the prostate massage can reduce inflammation and reduce pain when ejaculating.
A common inflammation of the prostate gland is called prostatitis, which may be caused by a bacterial infection. It is very unpleasant with a burning sensation while urinating, painful ejaculation, weak urine flow and discomfort in the perineum area. The primary treatment is with antibiotics. Some doctors are reporting prostate massage has yielded positive results.
An enlarged prostate, or benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH), is extremely common, especially for men over 50. It also caries common traits as for prostatitis, being painful urination, urinary retention, and frequent urination.
Men with BPH are usually prescribed alpha-blockers to ease tension with their bladder muscles and make it easier for them to urinate, or 5-alpha reductase inhibitors assist with the reduction of an enlarged prostate by baring hormones that contribute to prostate growth. Research has discovered that regular prostate stimulation blended with medications may help with reducing symptoms.
The prostate has thousands of nerve endings which mean stimulation may enhance orgasm. Some men report reaching orgasm by prostate massage alone.
With insufficient research to propose that prostate orgasms may lower the risk of prostate cancer, orgasming is good for prostate health. An Australian research team reported that men who had five or more orgasms per week were 34% less likely to develop prostate cancer than men who had fewer than one orgasm per week.
Curious about how to get started have a look at “ The Good Wank” article.
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