According to Made Man, a man can milk his own prostate gland by lubricating a gloved finger, carefully inserting the finger into the anus, and repeatedly sliding the finger in and out of the anus until semen flows from the penis. Prostate milking provides medical and sexual benefits, according to Just-Health.net.Know More
Made Man states that it's important to use a lubricant that is safe for anal intercourse while milking the prostate. Also, the finger should be inserted into the anus very slowly. Once the gloved finger is about an inch deep in the anus, the man should start to make slow circles before curling his finger upward toward the testicles in order to find the prostate, also known as the male G-spot.
Massaging the prostate gland is often a pleasurable experience because of the many nerve endings found in the anus and because of the ejaculation reflex sensation, notes Just-Health.net. Milking the prostate should always be done carefully in order to avoid accidentally damaging the prostate gland.
Just-Health.net also notes that men with acute prostatis should refrain from prostate milking because it can lead to blood poisoning. Milking the prostate gland too much can harm the lining of the rectum and cause hemorrhoids.Learn more about Glands & Hormones
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