External prostate massage consists of direct pressure and gentle massage of the taint area (otherwise known as the perineum or male G-spot) either with the soft pads of your fingers or with a special device.
The perineum is generally a diamond-shaped area that includes both the anus and the genitals, and its boundaries vary. Keep in mind while giving a perineum massage that it's not just a superficial area; it's also quite deep. It includes the fascia and muscles in the center of the pelvic region.
Within this area is the male G-spot. Yes, you know about the women's G-spot and may have spent some time trying to figure out how to stimulate it, but how about your own?
The G-spot is located about one inch below the rectum towards the scrotum and is a key acupuncture point. But let's not think about a needle there. Instead, imagine your own - or your partner's - fingers!
Again, on a deeper level, the male G-spot is the prostate, accessed perhaps more easily through the rectum in an internal prostate massage.
However, much of the same benefits can be had with an external massage. You may discover that pain will subside, your sex life returns, healthy urinating patterns are regained, and you may wake less and less each night.
Always check with your doctor to see if male prostate massage is for you. If so, be gentle, slowly build up the times you spend doing this. Vigorous massage can be harmful.
All right, here are some tips for doing the external massage.
The Prostate Cradle (see image at top of page) is a wonderful invention that does the external prostate massage for you by just sitting. Highly acclaimed, you will find this device a natural, safe and easy way to get the benefits of prostate massage.
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