Prostate Massage Health Benefits

What the Nexus male g-spot massagers do is what is medically known as a 'prostate massage'. A prostate massage manually stimulates the prostate gland, flushing fluid from it and increasing the blood flow to the pelvis. The objective of massaging the prostate is to force debris from the prostate and out through the urethra. The forceful passage of that debris will relieve built up pressure inside the prostate, and provides relief to a man suffering from a prostate disorder such as prostatitis.

Prostate massage has been used for centuries to aid men with prostate problems, and those suffering from impotence. During World War II, medics gave prostate massages as a treatment for 'pelvic congestion' to soldiers who hadn't been with a woman (or man) for months, and there was even a steel device sold in the early 20th century for women to give their husbands prostate massages. In recent years, medical journals have published articles which advocate prostate massage as a treatment for infertility, chronic prostatitis, and benign prostate hypertrophy.

The comfort and precision (and the detailed instructions) of the Nexus range of prostate massagers make these new kinds of orgasms much easier to achieve, with the added bonus of helping you to maintain a healthy prostate. We aim to provide as much information as we can about prostate massage so you can make an informed choice, with all the guidance you need.

Please take the time to read our three free guides on prostate massage