How to massage solo prostate

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The prostate is a walnut sized gland located at the base of the urethra. It is responsible for producing seminal fluids and is a vital gland in a man's body. Prostate massages are given to relieve impotence and erectile dysfunction, but they are also performed for sexual gratification. Learning how to give yourself a solo prostate massage is fairly simple and can be an enjoyable and healthily beneficial practice if done correctly.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • Latex gloves
  • Water-based lubricant
  • Antibacterial hand soap
  • Fingernail clippers
  • "G-spot" wand or personal vibrator

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  1. 1

    Wash your hands thoroughly for at least 60 seconds, making sure to wash around your fingernails and between your fingers.

  2. 2

    File or clip your fingernails if they are long.

  3. 3

    Put on the latex gloves, and inspect them to make sure there are no rips, cuts or tears in the material.

  4. 4

    Apply a water based lubricant to the tip of one of your index fingers.

  5. 5

    Massage your lubricated index finger around the opening of your anus, paying extra attention to the sphincter muscle, while you loosen it.

  6. 6

    Insert your lubricated finger into your anus carefully. The prostate gland is located about an inch and half past the rectal opening, and it will appear to feel like a small, hard knot.

  7. 7

    Apply pressure, gently, to the small gland, until you begin to leak seminal fluids. You may, or may not experience an erection.

  8. 8

    Remove your finger and replace it with a personal vibrator or "G-spot" wand, that can be found in most adult novelty stores. The vibration will stimulate your prostate gland, which will release built-up semen.

Tips and warnings

  • Experiment with different intimate massage tools for heightened sensations.
  • Do not attempt a solo prostate massage with unwashed or bare hands, as this could transmit harmful bacteria.

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