Have you ever wondered about milking a man's prostate?
No, we're not talking about the kind of milking that happens on a dairy farm. We're talking about prostate milking, a sexual technique that can give yourself or your partner intense pleasure and sexual wellness benefits.
If you're curious about how to do it, read on for a comprehensive guide. Trust us, it's way easier than milking a cow!
What is prostate milking?
Prostate milking is an ancient massage therapy technique that has been used for centuries to reduce prostate inflammation, improve prostate health, and deliver prostate induced orgasms.
Nowadays, "milking" often alludes to erotic prostate stimulation whereas "massage" may refer either to sensual or remedial arousal.
Prostate milking involves massaging the p spot until a thin milky substance known as prostate fluid is released.
Prostate Milking vs. Prostate Massage
While similar, milking typically refers to pure sexual stimulation to deliver prostate induced orgasms, aka p spot orgasms. It can include massaging until prostatic fluid is released with internal prostate stimulation via anal penetration.
Massage on the other hand may not involve anal play and is sometimes used as medical terminology to refer to a technique used to increase circulation and stimulate healthy functionality.
This practice can even include external prostate massage, reaching the prostate externally.
Who does prostate milking?
Any person with a prostate can milk it.
It does not matter how you identify or what your sexual orientation may be. If you or your partner have a prostate, it can be milked. Some do it for sexual pleasure while others may do it solely to relieve symptoms.
Nevertheless, some find self-massage too painful or unpleasant. Depending on the aim of the stimulation in that case, one can take assistance from a partner or medical practitioner to give them a massage.
What does prostate milking feel like?
Milking is a very personal experience, so it can feel quite different for each individual.
Everyone's experience may be different, but milking typically involves some level of pressure and stimulation in the prostate area, which can lead to prostate orgasms.
In general, milking feels like a combination of pleasure and relief as the prostate is often full of pressure before the act.
Many describe milking as an intense build-up of pleasure that liberates when the pressure is relieved - sort of like a rush of endorphins!
Some describe milking as feeling similar to urination during arousal or a deeply pleasurable massage sensation.
To the inexperienced, milking can feel quite strange but many find that after a few moments, it turns into an incredibly pleasurable sensation.
Depending on your tolerance for prostate massage, you should be prepared to feel sensations ranging from subtle tingling to intense pleasure - it all depends on individual preferences.
How do I find my prostate gland?
Finding your p spot is pretty easy! First, you'll want to get comfortable and insert a lubricated, gloved finger into your rectum.
Once there, feel around with the pad of your finger for a round bump or ridge that feels different than the surrounding tissue. That's the prostate gland!
The prostate gland is about the size of a walnut and sits about 2-4 inches inside the body.
Keep in mind that the p spot is located directly behind the bladder and in front of your rectum, so it's important not to go too far when searching for it.
How to milk your prostate
Prostate milking, also referred to as massaging the prostate, can be an incredibly enjoyable experience if done correctly. It is often the key to a more intense prostate orgasm and allows men to further explore their sexual pleasure potential.
To get started with solo prostate milking, it's important to find a comfortable position such as lying down on your back with your knees bent up or in the fetal position with your knees together on one side.
The best position for prostate massage is based on personal preference as well as experience.
Milking can be done solo or with a partner involved, but it's important to go slow and follow the proper steps to ensure safety and the best results.
You can use just a finger (or two!), or you can explore with a prostate massage device. Prostate massagers are popular sex toys for men that can enhance the milking sessions and result in a p spot orgasm.
First, take your time preparing by using plenty of lube and medical gloves if needed. Once you are relaxed and ready, you can begin with light touches along the anal opening before inserting a lubricated finger.
Slowly move your finger around in a circular motion as you move up towards the stomach, until you locate your p spot - it should feel like a walnut sized rounded lump.
Gently massage this area before experimenting with other massage techniques. Apply only slight pressure as there are many nerve endings here, so relax and go slow.
Using a prostate massage device
A prostate massager is a type of sex toy that can massage the prostate and help your milking session. Using a vibrating prostate massager can lead to a more intense orgasm, resulting in the release of increased prostatic fluid and seminal fluid.
Follow similar steps to using your finger, but go even slower as a sex toy can be larger than your finger and be more difficult to insert.
Apply a generous amount of lube on the device and around your anus then gently insert the tip of the device. Slowly rock the device back and forth until it has been fully inserted. Try to relax and go slow!
Once inserted you can try to apply gentle pressure with the device until you feel you have reached the p spot.
When removing the device, bear down and slowly rock the device back and forth. Do not rip the device out or try to remove it quickly. Take your time and stop immediately if you feel pain.
Finding best prostate massager for you comes down to personal preference, along with trial and error. Take our quiz to find your match.
What are the health benefits of milking the prostate?
Milking is becoming a popular method to improve prostate health and improve symptoms of some prostate conditions.
Enlarged prostates can cause a range of uncomfortable symptoms such as increased urinary frequency and urgency. Many men have reported prostate massage benefits, including getting relief from their enlarged prostates.
Additionally, p-spot massage can even provide long-term relief by reducing swollen prostate size and helping with chronic prostatitis.
Suffering from prostate problems such as enlargement or chronic prostatitis can be very uncomfortable and a huge source of stress.
Fortunately, therapeutic prostate massage has the potential to alleviate these issues, as well as reduce the risk of prostate cancer. Milking stimulates blood flow, decreases swelling, and improves prostate function.
It's important to speak with your doctor before considering any prostate-related treatments, but it may just provide the answer you are looking for if traditional treatments haven't been successful.
Whether it's to reduce discomfort from an enlarged prostate or experience more intense sensations during orgasm, milking may be a beneficial treatment for men across the spectrum of sexual identities.
The following are some of the medical conditions that could be improved through prostate massage.
Benign prostatic hyperplasia
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a condition that affects the prostate, a gland in the male reproductive system.
BPH occurs when cells in the prostate multiply, resulting in prostate enlargement which can cause problems with urination.
Symptoms of BPH include difficulty urinating, weak flow of urine, a frequent urge to use the bathroom, and difficulty emptying the bladder.
Prostate massage is fast becoming the preferred noninvasive choice to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).
By applying light pressure with an index finger to key points in the prostate, a therapeutic massage can effectively improve and reduce symptoms of BPH related issues.
Patients have reported reduced pain and discomfort, improved bladder control, and an overall sense of wellbeing following prostate massage treatments.
The process is also known to reduce inflammation in the area, potentially decreasing the size of an enlarged prostate.
Surprisingly easy, home-based prostate massage using just your fingers with a back and forth motion can be effective for mild cases, but for optimal results visiting a trained healthcare practitioner specializing in this type of therapy is recommended.
If you’re considering your options for dealing with BPH, be sure to look into prostate massages as a safe and natural alternative option.
Prostatitis, an exasperating condition characterized by urinary pain and difficulty, is often caused by inflammation of the prostate due to infection or injury.
Patients commonly report symptoms such as pelvic discomfort, irritating difficulty urinating, and feverish indicators similar to those brought on by a cold or flu.
While the evidence surrounding prostate massage and chronic prostatitis remains inconclusive, some studies have found it to be useful in relieving symptoms (Franco, 2018). However, other research has concluded that this technique is not successful.
The bottom line? Prostatic massage could provide some comfort for prostatitis sufferers. However, this approach is not typically recommended as a form of standard treatment when dealing with an enlarged prostate or chronic inflammation of the prostate gland.
If you're the giving partner
Prostate massage can feel incredibly pleasurable for people with a prostate. To get the most out of prostate play, it's important to take your time and go slow.
When performing prostatic massage, you'll want to locate the prostate and gently apply pressure around the area.
You'll want to use the pad of your finger or try anal toys if desired to gently stroke the p spot. It's important to be sure that the recipient is relaxed and comfortable throughout the entire process.
Another trick you may explore is simultaneous penile stimulation. This can lead to penile orgasms that may intensify the entire experience.
Frequently Asked Questions
How often should you milk your prostate?
Milking is a great way to maintain prostate health and to help reduce the symptoms of prostate issues.
While prostate massage can be done as often as you would like, many experts recommend that prostate stimulation should take place once or twice a month for optimum results.
This can be done through prostate massage, usually with lubricated fingers, which helps to flush out toxins from the prostate and increase blood flow.
Additionally, it may help reduce prostate inflammation and other symptoms related to prostate issues.
Of course, it would always be best to discuss this type of prostate care with your doctor so they can guide you toward what's best for your body!
Does prostate milking prevent prostate cancer?
While prostate milking does not definitively prevent prostate cancer, it can reduce your risk.
Prostate cancer is a type of cancer affecting mainly men in their 40s, though some cases have been reported in those as young as 30.
While research has suggested that unhealthy diets and environmental pollution may play a role in the onset of this kind of cancer, a number of other factors come into play including one's genetic makeup.
Thus, any man at risk for prostate problems should be extra vigilant about his eating habits, exercise routine and exposure to dangerous elements and substances.
It is important to understand what is a prostate exam and when should men get a prostate exam. Additionally, it is recommended to talk to your doctor and run tests regularly to identify any health issues related to prostate cancer.
Does milking the prostate help urine flow?
Everyone's lower urinary tract is different, so it may be difficult to determine whether milking the prostate can help increase urine flow.
For those that struggle with lower urinary tract symptoms such as difficulty urinating, milking of the prostate may add some relief.
Prostate stimulation refers to massaging the prostate in and around the male rectum. This can help remove prostate fluid produced by the prostate and potentially improve urine flow.
It is important to note that while prostate milking may improve lower urinary tract symptoms, it should not replace prescribed medical treatment.
Does milking help erectile dysfunction?
Prostate massage is an interesting topic of discussion when it comes to erectile dysfunction ("ED").
It has been used as a form of treatment for centuries, with traditional and alternative medicines utilizing it to help restore the sexual performance of men and bring them back to optimum health.
While much research still needs to be done in this area, there have been promising reports that prostate massage can have beneficial effects on ED, including improved libido and better blood flow to the penis.
Even if full recovery isn't achieved without other treatments or lifestyle changes, many who use prostate massage report significant improvement and are incredibly thankful for anything that helps in such an intimate struggle.