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The Prostate/Testicle connection
  • Woodsman
    Posts: 102
    Well, gang, it’s been a year and a half since I started my Aneros journey. No super O’s yet, but it has been a great ride. If I had time I could fill a small book with all I have learned, thanks in large part to this forum, and the generous contributions of members.

    And thank you, Aneros folk, for maintaining this forum. Obviously a primary motive is to help sell your products, but it is also a priceless public service. All men should know what we lucky few have discovered.

    And yet I still feel like a beginner. I now know what my last words will be on my deathbed: “I’m getting closer. I’m almost there…” One of these days I must explain it to my wife, so she won’t have to spend years wondering what I meant.

    I have gone through many phases since beginning, and I want to talk about the latest, in case it might ring a bell with someone. Several months ago I began to realize that my testicles were beginning to awaken in much the same way my prostate did a year ago. Of course we have all enjoyed playing with our balls since we first discovered them back in the crib, but mine have now reached a sublime new level of sensitivity. In some ways it’s even better than the prostate, because they are so much more accessible. Just the act of walking across the room sometimes sends little electric shocks through my pelvis. It’s easy to imagine this someday leading to some kind of orgasm.

    The best stimulation now is extremely light tension and/or pressure, combined with slowly moving them, like a joystick, around in an arc, sometimes holding a position for several minutes. This tension travels up the spermatic cords, shooting signals right up to the pudendal nerves and into the prostate. It is super when I do it, but when my wife does it, it drives me nearly wild. And there seems to be no end. I sometimes think I could go on all day without any diminution of pleasure (I haven’t talked to her about this idea yet.)

    The sensation is very similar to that which developed in my prostate a year ago, except with it’s own unique flavor. And there is a connection. I can often lie on my back and will it to move along the sensory channel between the balls and the prostate, and back again. Sometimes it merges into a single fuzzy ball of pleasure extending from front to back.

    One way it differs from traditional testicle pleasure is that once it gets going it seems to be sustainable by the mind alone, requiring no physical contact at all. I envision a partially-filled helium balloon, which I keep in the air by giving it little mental “taps.” If conditions are just right I can sometimes go into a kind of mild trance, which I’m sure you old timers will understand. As with prostate stimulation, words are insufficient to describe the feelings. I remember a while back someone used the word “ghostly,” which I liked. One could also describe them as “ethereal.” They seem so far removed from all of our regular physical sensations.

    A possible downside is that this could be one reason I’m having trouble reaching a super O. The sensitivity of the balls may be interfering with my ability to focus on the prostate. But I hate to let it go.

    One reason I never felt these sensations with such intensity in my earlier life could be because I was in the habit of ejaculating every two or three days. Now I am holding it to once every ten days or more, resulting in nearly constant sensitivity. The important factor here is how I have changed my perceptions. Like many of us, for most of my life I perceived the buildup of semen with a growing urgency to release it, remotely similar to one’s perception of the need to urinate when the bladder fills. But now with practice I have learned to perceive it primarily as pleasure. The desire for release is still there, but it is now much easier to control, and is far outweighed by the ongoing sensitivity.

    I have noticed that when my aneros is inserted and I am focusing on the prostate, it is not helpful either to think about my balls or to touch them. It is distracting in much the same way as touching the penis. Yet the close relationship is there, and I hope I can learn to make the best use of it. I’m wondering if others have thoughts about this.
  • BusterBuster
    Posts: 953
    [QUOTE=Woodsman;93462]
    One reason I never felt these sensations with such intensity in my earlier life could be because I was in the habit of ejaculating every two or three days. Now I am holding it to once every ten days or more, resulting in nearly constant sensitivity. The important factor here is how I have changed my perceptions. Like many of us, for most of my life I perceived the buildup of semen with a growing urgency to release it, remotely similar to one’s perception of the need to urinate when the bladder fills. But now with practice I have learned to perceive it primarily as pleasure. The desire for release is still there, but it is now much easier to control, and is far outweighed by the ongoing sensitivity.

    I could not have said that any better and it could not be more true. Thanks for the post Woodsman!
  • hulahula
    Posts: 212
    I have had Aneros sessions where touching my balls brought me to incredible heights, and other sessions where my balls didn't have much to do with the sensations. I have experienced on a couple of occasions my balls completely retracting into my abdomen, something I had not been able to do since I was a young boy.
  • rookrook
    Posts: 1,603
    Tks Woodsman. Today, with many tasks had not been a sensual day. You lit up my life and caused a shock to reach up my spine to both shoulders. Nice! ... rook
  • Korkelz
    Posts: 294
    Hey Rook, interesting you say that because I've recently been finding p-waves after reading inspiring posts too. I say "finding" because once I have found one, I feel them (a little bit here and there) for the rest of the night.

    Edit: Yes! just found em again.
  • darwindarwin
    Posts: 1,195
    great post woodsman, well written and funny.

    i don't think you are interfering with the super-o, probably the opposite. keep us posted.

    have you had dry orgasms yet?

    darwin
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    Well said Woodsman. There is no question that a prostate / testicular neural connection exists. Just ask anybody who's had prostatitis (discomfort is often acutely felt in the testicles!). On a more positive note, testicular stimulation is capable of amplifying any number of different experiences (traditional, anal or prostate orgasms). It's even possible to have Super O's that are focused in that area! It's astonishing what happens when one adopts a different mindset about ones scrotum, that is as an erogenous zone in it's own right. Many guys ignore this area entirely and very few see it as a source of orgasmic delight. Darwin had written a series of posts some years ago that explored the use of Cremaster exercises to this end, you may want to do a search on it. Consider the use of some fine camel hair brushes OhMy(06) ! lol

    I would agree with Darwin that one experience shouldn't preclude the other. But stay with it and see where it takes you. You can always put it aside temporarily if need be to test your theory.

    Cheers,

    BF Mayfield
  • Woodsman
    Posts: 102
    A belated thanks guys for the responses.

    Darwin, you asked if I had had any dry orgasms yet. In my first posts here I described some climaxes I was having two years ago, before I had ever heard of Aneros or dry O’s. I called them female orgasms at the time, but on reflection I now think technically they weren’t orgasms, because there were never any involuntary contractions or spasms. Maybe more accurate to call them super P-waves. In fact, I have not had more than two or three minutes of involuntary anal contractions during this entire journey, which makes me think I am off on some alternate path. For much of my adult life I have had a problem with delayed ejaculation, this may be part of the reason. I plan to write a post about it some time as I learn more about how my body works.

    B Mayfield, It’s gratifying to hear your confirmation of the potential of the testicles and scrotum; I agree that it’s largely about one’s mindset. Now that the aneros has shown me the joys of a sensitized prostate, it’s like a Christmas present to learn that my testicles have been asleep all these years and are now beginning to awaken in the same way. Maybe if I can’t reach a super O out of my prostate, I can get one out of my balls one of these days. And if not, I’ll have fun trying.

    I would encourage all you other testicle-owners out there to keep in mind that your little twins are ready to play.