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11/01/2017 at 17:50 pm

Ladies and gentlemen, it isssssss MOVEMBER!!!! It’s my favorite time of the year because dudes grow out their moustaches and beards and everyone knows I love me a beard-o! But why do they do it? What does it mean? Movember or No-Shave November is an annual event involving the growing out of facial hair during this month to raise awareness of men's health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men's suicide. With issues this heavy and pressing, what better time than now for us to cover the prostate, prostate play and prostate health! But let’s rewind and start from the beginning…

According to “The prostate gland is a male reproductive organ whose main function is to secrete prostate fluid, one of the components of semen. The muscles of the prostate gland also help propel this seminal fluid into the urethra during ejaculation.

The prostate is a muscular gland that weighs about three-fourths of an ounce (20 grams) about the size of a small apricot. It surrounds the urethra just beneath the bladder…

… Unfortunately, while the prostate is in a great location for delivering this important fluid and squeezing things along when the time is right, its position around the urethra can be a liability if the gland swells or grows. A swollen prostate compresses the urethra and irritates the walls of the bladder, interfering with normal urination.

More than half of men in their 60s suffer from a growth of the prostate called Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), according to the OSU Medical Center. By age 70 or 80, a man's chance of suffering BPH jumps to 90 percent. Symptoms include frequent urination, dribbling or leaking urine and a stuttered or weak stream. A growing prostate can also signal cancer.” According to the National Cancer Institute an estimate of 161,360 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2017.

Ok so let’s recap! Prostate = assists with ejaculation, check! Swollen prostates  = baaaad news, check! What can be done to help a swollen prostate? Or prevent one? And what is that prostate stimulation you’ve been hearing so much about? Good questions! Prostate stimulation can produce an exceptionally strong sexual response and intense orgasm in men that are receptive to this sexual technique. "Prostate massage" refers to the manual stimulation of the prostate gland with a finger or other device. Prostate massages offer a variety of benefits, including but definitely not limited to ejaculation. Prostate massages can help men overcome impotence by stimulating the flow of seminal fluid and increasing circulation, this also helps relief in swelling and build up. So better orgasms and less swollen prostate, sounds fantastic to me.

The prostate can be stimulated by hand (fingers in the butt, woohoo!) or by using a prostate massager. Prostate massagers come in different shapes, sizes and material. Some vibrate and some don't, but all help you stimulate the prostate inside a males anus. A few popular prostate massagers are the Apollo Curved Prostate Probe, which is a non-vibrating massager, and the Anal Fantasy Collection 9 Function Prostate Vibe. This prostate vibrator offers 9 unique pulsation patterns that deliver mind-blowing vibrations directly to your most sensitive spot. The cleverly curved nub at the base provides external pressure to the perenium for mind-blowing orgasms. Check out those two recommendations and the rest of our prostate massagers and make sure to stay up to date on your physical health. The prostate is a great, but serious thing!

By Desiree