One step forwards, two steps back? [Question]

Ive been using my aneros helix syn for around a month now, maybe more, and have had a few sessions when I can. My first couple sessions I feel like were the best. I never got to the part where my body started trembling or anything or any mind blowing sensations, I did however feel what I guess you could call mini-orgasms originating from my prostate. Ive had these a couple times but have never had anything better than them. Lately I seem not to be getting any of them at all though anymore. I have also been told to just lay back and do nothing, this quite literally does nothing for me however and I can only seem to have these mini orgasms when I do strong contractions and try and bring the aneros further in and push it harder against my prostate. I feel like I have no idea what to actually do now with so many people saying to do this or that, so im coming here as a last ditch effort.

Any tips on how I can move forward and make progress? Im all ears to anything, and I know I will have loads of free time coming up so I have time to prepare.


3 comments on “One step forwards, two steps back? [Question]

  1. The aneros is like trying to open a light switch with a 20 feet pole. You might be able to do it, but it will take a lot of time and effort.

    You don’t need a lot of friction to induce a prostate orgasm, but the aneros don’t even provide that for most people. So you’d better just use your fingers.

    To reach your prostate orgasm easily, you need to contract your pubococcygeus muscle. That’s the important part. Contract it as strongly as you can while massaging your prostate with a finger or two.

  2. In my opinion, the hardest thing about the Aneros is not expecting anything from a session…

    Now, the times when I had the most pleasure were the sessions in which I tried to make the weakest possible contractions.

    After about 6 months with sessions twice a week, I have completely satisfying orgasms at almost every session.

    So, Holos620 is right… It take a lot of time and effort. But it’s really worth it!

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