How to Know When I Go to the Prostate?

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I got a set long silicone urethral sounds now, but I do not know exactly when I go to the prostate, but still stuck in the bladder. Give suggestions

 ~ Einar

One of the best joys in deep urethral sounding is prostate massage. This is one of the main reasons people use long urethral toys: to go to the prostate and get that amazing feeling of P-spot stimulation. Luckily, there are many different toys that can help you achieve this goal. However, keep in mind that prostate massage requires some skills so you will need to practice a bit to get there.

How to Go to the Prostate?

If you want to go to the prostate and experience P-spot stimulation, you need to know a bit about anatomy. This is the only way to have safe and enjoyable prostate massage. It is important to understand how your urethra goes, all the way from the pee hole down to the bladder.

It seems that you confuse the order in which prostate and bladder are located. If you want to go to the prostate, it is important to know where it is. See, at the top of the penis there is a pee hole – to you, it seems like a beginning of the urethra but it is actually the end. This is where fluids such as urine and semen, are expelled from the body.

When you insert a urethral toy down the penis, you first go through the straight portion of the urethra. This is the urethra inside of the penis. However, if you choose to go deeper, you will encounter a first resistance at the base of the penis. It is important to use a bit of skill and to rotate your toy as well as your penis to make the sound go deeper.

Once you are past the base of the penis, prostate is very near. The next resistance you encounter will likely be the prostate. If you want to go to the prostate, you need to slowly manipulate the prostate opening to let the toy slide inside. However, keep in mind that many people do not go to the prostate: there is a lot of fun you can have by simply teasing the prostate entrance.

If you do go to the prostate and push even deeper, you will get to the end of the prostate and to the bladder opening. Bladder is deeper than the prostate so it is not possible to get there first. Getting into the bladder is a very serious form of urethral play and one that only some of the most experienced people like to attempt. Even with users with plenty of experience, not everybody likes to go to the bladder. If you are only starting to experiment with deep urethral play, it is best to stay at the prostate without trying to go even further.

Prostate Massage Tips

Here are some tips that will help you go to the prostate:

  • Never rush things out. This is a process that requires time. Once you get more experience you will be able to do this without much problem, and you will be able to do it quickly. Until you master the skill of deep urethral play, make sure to go slowly.

  • Be careful.

    This is directly tied to the above. You need to go slowly and carefully, especially while you are still learning how to get there. Remember: you need to do everything to prevent injuries and other problems.

  • Use plenty of sterile lube.

    Lube such as SurgiLube is excellent for urethral play. It will make the experience much smoother and more comfortable. Make sure to apply lube on both the toy and inside of your penis. Squeeze the lube down the pee hole so it goes directly down the urethra.

  • Know when you get there.

    One of the most important steps in deep urethral play and P-spot massage is to know when you get there. This is where anatomy comes into play: first, you will encounter a straight portion of the urethra that is inside of the penis. Then, you will reach the base of the penis. You will be able to feel the toy at the base of the penis. From there, you will likely need to rotate your sound (or your penis) a bit to make the toy go further. The next time you encounter significant resistance, chances are that you have reached the prostate.

  • There is more than one way to have P-spot fun. Some people like to insert the toy all the way into the prostate, or even further. However, this is not the only way to go. You can also have a lot of fun by simply teasing the entrance of the prostate with the tip of your toy. This may be a perfect way for a beginner to get some prostate massage. It is easier than inserting a sound into the prostate. You may start with this and build your way up from there.

Happy sounding!

About Craig:
Craig Rutledge is a staff writer for TheChainGang. His main interests include sex toys for men, particularly urethral sounds and ball stretchers. He is also a proud owner of numerous body piercings. He says: “I am happy to contribute with my experience and knowledge about various penis toys and stretching devices. There is still so much unknown about things like urethral sounding, ball stretching or male chastity and it needs to change. I will share my experience and advice in order to help men, young and old, to discover these toys and have the best fun”. In addition to writing, Craig also answers questions and provides handy advice for people learning more about extreme sex toys for men.

One thought on “How to Know When I Go to the Prostate?

  1. Hi, Craig Rutledge… Just a quick suggestion for your readers. I have experience with Urethral Sounding and there should be some discussion of the “Risks of Infection.” After experiencing serious infection from “sounding,” I recommend to anyone experimenting in “sounding,” they research methods of proper hygiene and sanitation. Control over infectious matter gaining entrance into the ureter is very important for safety and good health maintenance. Any foreign matter that is introduced to the Bladder, Prostate or Penis is, by nature, inserted into the “perfect growing media” for rapid growth of bacteria – moisture, lack of oxygen, and heat (from the human body). A food supply of sugars and other substances contained inside the human body, along with the nature of the environment, can produce very rapid onset of the immune system being overwhelmed and serious illness rapidly following. Signs of infection may not be readily noticed by the “patient.” There may be a complete absence of pain or even irritation; there may be no increased body temperature. At the first signs of the slightest elevated body temperature the individual should seek medical advice as soon as possible. Do not attempt to “self-medicate” as these efforts may mask symptoms otherwise detected by physicians or their staff. Primary to good health: “Know what you are doing before engaging in potentially hazardous activities!”

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