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What is prostate massage?

What is prostate massage?

Rectal examination: This is where a finger is placed into the rectum and the prostate gland is palpated and gently massaged to help express secretions. This can help decrease the symptoms of prostatitis in some men. ...Read more

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Dr. Jeffrey Wint
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Prostate (Definition)

The prostate is a gland that lies at the base of the bladder and surrounding a segment of urethra. It secretes a milky fluid that is discharged by excretory ducts into the urethra during the emission of semen. It is clinically important because enlargement of the prostate with age, and prostate cancer are two common ...Read more


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Is prostate massage dangerous?

Is prostate massage dangerous?

Vigorous massage is: Prostate massage is used in clinical practice rarely to diagnose chronic bacterial prostatitis. If used to achieve an intense orgasm, it should be done carefully, as vigorous massage may result in damage to the nearby thin rectal lining, stricture of the membranous urethra, or possibly epididymitis. If a patient has acute bacterial prostatitis, vigorous massage may seed the blood with bacteria. ...Read more

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Do i need to wear latex gloves when doing a prostate massage?

Prostate massage: As a urologist, i can honestly say that i cannot recommend any form of self rectal exam or massage. If you are seeking relief from prostatitis symptoms, any form of ejaculation will give similar results. ...Read more

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Prostate massage...Is it healthy for the prsotate nothing extra to add

Prostate massage...Is it healthy for the prsotate nothing extra to add

Prostatic : Prostatic massage can be helpful in diagnosing some conditions. However, there is little data to support its routine use in maintaining prostate health. ...Read more

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are doctors trained in prostate milking or they just realize how to do it vs prostate massage. Does there always need to be medical evidence for it?

are doctors trained in prostate milking or they just realize how to do it vs prostate massage. Does there always need to be medical evidence for it?

Highly controversy..: Practicing prostate massage has had its fan & fun, smiling & frowning for decades. Theoretically, massaging prostate probably may produce tissue "contusion" to express existing unwanted fluid into systemic circulation. Nonetheless, occasional patients swore by its "wonder" in relieving "prostatitis"-related Sx. Nowadays, its once sworn-by practice has dwindled, in time, becoming a history. ...Read more

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Prostate massage I have been experimenting with prostate massage and milking. I only get a small amount of clear fluid and i think I should be getting more. What is a normal amount of fluid should I get when milking ?

Prostate massage I have been experimenting with prostate massage and milking.  I only get a small amount of clear fluid and i think I should be getting more.  What is a normal amount of fluid should I get when milking ?

I : I am not sure why are you doing that? In general prostate massage is reserved for patient with chronic prostatitis. The amount of fluid is dependent on how congested the prostate is. If one has not ejaculated for a while, you will have more fluid. Franklin chu md facs. ...Read more

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How far do I have to insert my finger for a prostate massage?

How far do I have to insert my finger for a prostate massage?

Being Sexual: Actually this is not a question you take to the physician. It is inappropriate for a physician to tell you to have or how to have sex. This crosses a lot of our ethical boundaries. I often recommend that my patients have at least one guide book to sex so that the activities can be described and learned about in clear and adult language. I have them start with "the joy of sex". ...Read more

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I want a prostate massage how do I find a doctor to do this for me ?

Prostate: are you wanting to see if you have an infection? I for one tend to not do this as I feel if you have an infection it may worsen things and doesn't really give me any information. If clinically you have signs and symptoms of a prostate infection then you need to be treated. A Urologist is the specialist who deals with the prostate. ...Read more