Step By Step Directions for Milking the Prostate

The prostate is a gland of the male reproductive system. It is not found in women. Its main function is the production of seminal fluid, and also stimulates orgasm in men. The prostate may be affected by a disease, including infectious inflammation or prostatitis, and prostate cancer, the second deadliest cancer among American men. Many people recommend to milk the prostate regularly as a preventive treatment against prostate cancer and prostatitis.

Prostate milking is also known as prostate massage. It is a fairly simple procedure and you can do it yourself if you wish. These are the steps to follow to milk the prostate on your own:

1. Perform urination or bowel movement to maximize relaxation of the area.

2. Make sure your nails are trimmed and that they do not have irregular edges that protrude.

3. Clean your body and your hands thoroughly. Then put a sterile latex glove on your hand. Rub a little water-based lubricant on your fingers.

4. Carefully insert your finger or fingers into your anus. Move them gradually up and back, along the area of ​​the rectum to the front of your body. Your fingers should move approximately in the direction of your belly button.

5. You will feel the prostate gland, which is like a small round bulb about the size of a large walnut. Massage it gently with a slight wavy movement along the sides, being careful not to press hard on the central area, where the sensitive nerves are located. Avoid touching the prostate with the nails.

6. You may experience a disconcerting feeling that makes you feel like you are going to the bathroom even if you do not have to. Try not to be affected, and continue with the procedure.

7. After a few minutes, the prostate gland can be stimulated enough for ejaculation to occur. You are also likely to experience sexual pleasure or orgasm. However, the procedure does not always cause ejaculation successfully.

Prostate milking when used as a preventive treatment may carry some risks. It is a technique that is not recommended for men who have prostate disease or acute prostatitis, an acute inflammation of the glandular tissue. The problem in such cases is that the act of milking the prostate can cause the infection to spread to other areas of the body.

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