A prostate massage is not only a great way to enjoy one’s self but can also be used as an alternative treatment for chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome (Chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome). Besides treating prostatitis, massaging the prostate is also used to treat an enlarged prostate and can be used to improve sexual health.
London prostate massages can be helpful for symptoms of Chronic prostatitis /chronic pelvic pain syndrome, because it enhances blood flow, improves urinary flow, and helps maintain the integrity of the prostate tissue. Improved blood flow delivers oxygen, essential nutrients, and white blood cells, which help fight infection. It can be performed by the patient, a partner, or a physician and can be done internally or externally.
Also called “prostate milking” prostate massage stimulates the release of prostatic fluid. This opens up channels in the prostate and reduces inflammation, which is a major contributor to chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome. London prostate massage is helpful for men with pelvic floor muscle disorders, which is estimated to affect about half of the men with chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome because it improves the muscles tone.
Experience Pleasure Like Never Before!
For the male, the prostate gland is essentially the male equivalent of the well known female g-spot. When massaged and tenderly caressed it can be very sensual and pleasurable indeed. When clients often describe this feeling it sounds very similar to those described by females who have had their g-spot area massaged. A strong and intense orgasm can take place, especially when the masseuse caresses areas of your body and slowly builds up the flowing waves of stimulating touch.
Your masseuse will begin my giving you a quick but not rushed body massage to allow you to relax, once at ease she will start your prostate massage. You will experience a sense of pleasure previously unknown that will have you reach a higher state of relaxation and totally satisfaction.