Prostate Play FAQ

What is the P-Spot?

The prostate, or P-spot, as it is often called, is a small muscular gland that produces the seminal fluid found in ejaculation.
It helps propel semen from the penis. It’s also surrounded by nerve endings that can feel great when touched to perfection.
Curious? Read on to learn how to find this backdoor wonder and bring your body to orgasm.

Who has a prostate?

Not everyone has a prostate! Only cisgender men and people assigned male at birth have them.

Where exactly is the prostate?

The prostate is located approximately two inches inside the rectum, between the rectum and the penis.

How to find my prostate?

You will have to head south along the way back to find it in a magical place called the anal region. Although entering through the anus is the most direct way, you can also stimulate the prostate indirectly through the perineum or defilement. This is the skin that runs under the scrotum to the anus.

What does the prostate feel like from inside?

It feels like a fleshy bulb of tissue on the front wall of the rectal lining. It will feel different from the other tissue there. Being excited causes it to swell, so the more excited you are, the easier you will find it.

How to reach the prostate from the outside?

The perineum is firmer near the front of the bulb of the penis, which is the inner end of the shaft. It feels softer and fleshier towards the back. This is the area to which it points. You may not be able to actually feel the gland, but touching it will probably cause the sensation of having to urinate. This is a sign that you are where you want to be.

How to easy is to get a prostate orgasm?

Let’s just say it can take some practice and patience. Actual clinical research on prostate-induced orgasms is very sparse, so we don’t know how common it is or if it’s possible for everyone with a prostate to have this type of orgasm. Every body is different, so you need to experiment to see what feels good. If you manage to have one, reproducing it will be easy.

What does prostate orgasm feel like?

P-spot orgasms are said to feel similar to penile orgasms, only they are much more intense and are felt throughout the body. There are reports of people having super orgasms, which are a stream of rapid, continuous orgasms that make the body shudder. Not everyone ejaculates during a prostate orgasm, but some release a stream of milky fluid from the urethra.

Does prostate massage hurt?

You can feel minor discomfort the first couple of times while you adjust to the sensation of anal penetration, but should not cause severe pain.

Can you orgasm from prostate massage?

Yes. If you massage the prostate in a way that feels good, you are likely to have an orgasm if you continue.

What are the benefits of prostate massage?

Some doctors recommend prostate massage therapy to help relieve symptoms of certain conditions, such as painful ejaculation prostatitis.

Can prostate massage help erectile dysfunction?

Although not as common as it once was, prostate stimulation is still sometimes used to treat erectile dysfunction. It can be used alone or in conjunction with other treatments for erectile dysfunction, including medications and pumps.

Can prostate massage help improve urine flow?

Prostate swelling can put pressure on the urethra and interfere with urine flow. A prostate massage may help relieve some of the swelling to allow better urine flow.

Can prostate massage help relieve painful ejaculation?

Fluid blockages in the reproductive system can cause pain during ejaculation. Prostate massage can sometimes help eliminate blockages.

Can prostate massage help prevent or even treat prostatitis

Massage used to be the primary treatment for prostatitis, which is a painful inflammation of the prostate. Antibiotics have since taken its place, although some people may still use it to relieve symptoms.