[My friends, Ron and Bill are fictitious. They are used here to prove a point.]
I have two friends, Ron and Bill to whom I recommended Aneros prostate massage. Ron uses his massager to control his BPH symptoms and he tells me that it does a great job! Bill, on the other hand, doesn’t have BPH but uses his prostate massager to achieve wonderful, sensual anal and prostate pleasure. Which one is using his prostate massager correctly?
The answer: They both are! Prostate massage is an activity that can have therapeutic benefits (such as control of BPH symptoms) as well as sensual, sexual “side-effects”. Thanks to @rumel for an important clarification that both aspects of prostate massage are valid. We are free to interpret our prostate massages any way we like.
Using prostate massage for therapeutic purposes is beneficial to me. I have seen a marked reduction in my BPH symptoms since performing almost daily sessions for 3-4 days now with my HIH 950 massager. Just last night, I didn’t get up once!
This morning, following the recommended “routine” of 15 minutes “do-nothing” followed by 30 cycles of slow PC contractions/releases, I began to get a feeling like I was going to ejaculate. I kept performing some PC contractions when all of a sudden, I began to “cycle” the massager very quickly. It seemed like it was on “automatic-pilot” and I really didn’t have any control over what was happening. But it felt so good, I didn’t want it to stop. This went on for perhaps another 15-20 minutes. It was time to get up so I ended this nice session to get ready for the day.