What Are The Benefits Of Prostate Milking?

What Are The Benefits Of Prostate Milking?

Prostate massaging or “milking” might bring to mind some really delicious urges, but I ask you to focus now. This article is going to be about the benefits of having your prostate milked for some seriously awesome health benefits. Like did you know that men who ejaculate more from prostate massages decrease their risk of getting prostate cancer?

The Details

What exactly is a prostate? Well, it’s a gland that sits above your bladder, in front of your rectum. Basically it’s the tube that carries the urine from your bladder – sorry, that’s not sexy – but it is what it is, and basically milking your prostate is a technique to clear your prostatic duct, cleaning it of any toxicity you might have in your urinary system, which may cause you to spontaneously (and involuntarily) ejaculate.

So, once this gland is cleaned, what are the actual benefits?

Well, for one – you’re at a lower risk of getting prostate cancer, which in itself is a pretty great thing. Your orgasms will become more intense and you’ll ejaculate more when you’re having sex. It also has the potential to make your erections stronger and bigger, provided you team them with some kegel exercises. See our How Do I Make My Penis Muscles Stronger? article for more on kegel workouts. Making sure your prostate is clear of any toxicities, helps in toning the pelvic muscles while doing kegel workouts, which result in stronger erections.

Have you ever suffered from prostate inflammation? Well, milking that baby helps prevent that ouchie. In a land before antibiotics was a thing, people relied solely on prostate milking to relieve the symptoms of prostate inflammation and prostatitis. In today’s world it’s still used but obviously paired with antibiotics.

It also decreases the risk of an enlarged prostate, which is usually a problem for men over the age of 50, but can be prevented from a young age with the regular milking. What basically happens is prostate fluid gets trapped in “sacs” inside the prostate gland called “acini” that get hard over time and cause the prostate to swell, called Benign Prostate Hyperplasia (BPH), and when you’re massaging the prostate, you’re allowing oxygen and nutrients to the prostate gland, preventing “acini” to clog up and harden.

Obviously if you’re already experiencing an enlarged prostate or inflammation, you should always consult a physician first. In the meantime, take care of your prostate and it will take care of you.


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Contributor – Tristan Ridge

Tristan is a 21 year old, HOT, bisexual Australian surfer-slash-college boy who just loves the swinging scene and explores it with his partners in his polygamous relationship. He’s been part of the swinging scene and orgies since he was 18 years old.