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First Impressions
  • Alright, so I received the Aneros MGX in the mail yesterday and I've already used it for 2 (lengthy) sessions, lol.
    I'm wondering though if I made the right choice as opposed to going with the Helix like originally planned. The reason for this is I felt there wasn't a whole lot of sensation coming from the prostate ...it was moreso the perineum area that would bring the pleasure. Now it did seem to be working my prostate pretty good, I could feel it rocking inside me trying to pump it...the engineering behind this is really quite incredible (though I'm a bit concerned the handle could break off, seems flimsy) but all it led to was involuntary shaking of my body. Is this shaking supposed to be pleasurable? I've seen videos of girls having involuntary muscle spasms from g-spot orgasms and they seem to be experiencing intense pleasure...but for me and it just felt weird and was freaking me out at first, like I had no control over my body!

    Now back to talking about the perineum. When I first stuck the toy in I thought frick this plastic tab hurts...but within time I was finding it terrific and the harder I squeezed against the perineum the more intense the pleasure. This brings up a question btw...is it possible to squeeze too hard and do damage to the nerves or something? I was clamped down pretty fricken tight on my perineum at times. I think my pc muscles that I've been working with kegels the past few years are stronger then I realized, lol. Anyways, the area feels sore and there was like a red impression mark afterwards so I'm wondering if I'm using that p-tab in an unsafe manner.

    BTW, I listened to the Hypnaerosession CD's through all this. The first CD helped me to relax even though it took a good hour before much happened. It was really quite freaky too when the shaking and automatic milking started cause it was like right at the point in the CD where she mentions that the toy should be starting to work all on it's own now and you may find you no longer have control over your body or something along those lines, lol it was as if she was actually in the room coaching/watching me. Oh and then the second CD was great for maintaining an erotic atmosphere, loved the moaning chick in the background. I felt like she was masturbating right along with me. So yeah, should be pretty clear I'd recommend you use the Hypnaerosession CD's during your Aneros sessions...or really any masturbation session for that matter :)


    P.S. I tried filming some of it, should I post?
  • Forgot to mention that in session 2 I added the bullet vibe I purchased with my order. Boy that thing has some strong vibrations! It gave a nice extra zing to the ordeal...though I think it might have prohibited muscle flexing and toy movement a bit. Gonna try to find a better way to use it then attaching to the handle with a rubber band.
  • PommiePommie
    Posts: 722
    sensitiveguy22,

    Sorry to harp on by I really do think the best place for describing your experiences is in a blog. Try posting one by pushing the "Blogs" button in the toolbar at the top of this page. I look forward to following your progress there. Good luck!
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    Sensitiveguy22,

    All and all sounds like some nice responses! First, to answer your question, the Aneros is safe to use, when used as directed (avoiding any manual manipulation of the massager). Regarding the vibrator, if your goal is to explore the non-ejaculatory pathway to the Super-O I would recommend using the MGX without it. The bullet is great for traditional (ejaculatory) sessions, but the stimulation that it provides will almost certainly mask the subtle sensations that are the precursors of the Super-O. With respect to posting videos, links are generally posted in the forum for educational purposes, i.e. to demonstrate some particular phenomena related to the Super-O. If you think that you have something that adds to the discussion in some meaningful way, then it is up to you! There are numerous file sharing sites that are out there. Once the video has been uploaded, you can share the link in the forum.


    BF Mayfield
  • [QUOTE=B Mayfield;99933]Sensitiveguy22,

    First, to answer your question, the Aneros is safe to use, when used as directed (avoiding any manual manipulation of the massager).

    Yes it certainly seems that way...I just did a manual check to make sure I hadn't done any noticeable damage and everything seemed alright...actually more then alright, dare I say better? Before when doing manual stimulation I could feel what I thought were tears and hemroids or something but these textures seem to have magically disseapeared! All I'm feeling is now is smooth walls and a puffy prostate; I probably need to give him time to rest, lol...but really the only pain is in the perineum area, from that tab biting in for hours...
  • BTW, I have another question. Should one stop contracting when they feel the shaking and/or the toy moving on it's own? I find squeezing during intensifies a bit...but I've wondered if I might not be inhibiting it's plan of action...

    Also, is there a general consensus on the best position to use the Aneros in? Seems to only work on my back.
  • jocco
    Posts: 90
    I've just discovered the back position that works for me. One knee skyward,one against the bed... No longer an advocate of the side position.
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    [QUOTE=sensitiveguy22;99938]BTW, I have another question. Should one stop contracting when they feel the shaking and/or the toy moving on it's own? I find squeezing during intensifies a bit...but I've wondered if I might not be inhibiting it's plan of action...

    Also, is there a general consensus on the best position to use the Aneros in? Seems to only work on my back.



    Regarding what to do when involuntary contractions occur, there are several different ways to go,: 1) continue with voluntary contractions 2) discontinue voluntary contractions and 3) scale back on the voluntary contractions and ride the involuntaries (sending occasional low intensity voluntary contractions for encouragement). The last method has always proved the most successful for me. This takes some experimentation on your part. This amounts to a whole different kind of
    body surfing, where you apply voluntary contractions sparingly and in phase.... feeling you way. The thing is, and this is where it gets tricky, because even as you do this you want to avoid focusing on it. I've often spoken about learning it as technique and then backgrounding it as much as possible. You're much better off focusing on the sensations and allow your body to respond naturally.

    With respect to consensus on favorite position, I think that lying on ones back is the winner on that, but check the poll,
    "What has been your most effective/favorite position?" for the breakdown.


    BF Mayfield
  • jocco
    Posts: 90
    It really is similar to learning anything else... get to a point where the "doing" is second nature, then once it is, focus on the "being" and take it to that elevated level.
  • As I'm reading the Wiki here another question has come up...it says to not touch your penis at all, well I haven't been (until I decide to cum) but I've been wearing a condom to catch any leaking fluid. Could the sensation of the condom be prohibitive in a manner similar to touching with your hand or having bedding laying over it?

    Also, I haven't seen much on the involuntary movement of the toy. I've still got a question or two on that. To start with I've heard the movement and stimulation described as subtle but once the massager starts working on it's own I feel like it's REALLY rocking and pumping away. It doesn't hurt though so it must be striking the prostate in such a way that it's not putting much pressure or something, but should the movement feel this strong?
  • jocco
    Posts: 90
    yes, definitely. I can remember back when first started having sex I had trouble getting it up due to sexual anxiety. Slipping a condom on gave just the right pull to keep it hard- sort of like a cock ring. Lately I've been pulling my foreskin back during a session, which also falls in that realm of pleasure- as the penis gets erect, there's that added pull that keeps it hard. I actually just finished a session where arose the thought- is that counterproductive? Given what I've read about targeting anal sensations, perhaps so.
  • LOL, you know what's funny is I've heard most guys complain about condoms and how it feels like their cock is wearing a raincoat and they can't feel anything yadda yadda...but I actually quite love the sensation. Now perhaps this won't be true once I've actually stuck it in a pussy but for masturbation the latex sliding over my cock is great and it's mess free. But maybe I will try it without for my next Aneros session as I was getting quite a bit of sensation when I stiffened up, though maybe my penis would be feeling like that regardless, i dunno
  • Sorry, another question just came to me...

    [QUOTE=B Mayfield;99933]Sensitiveguy22,

    The bullet is great for traditional (ejaculatory) sessions, but the stimulation that it provides will almost certainly mask the subtle sensations that are the precursors of the Super-O.

    What about using it to achieve arousal prior to sticking the aneros in? To wake up my ass so to speak. Also, any idea how quickly these bullet vibes will drain batteries?

    Oh and speaking of the vibrations I was reading through some other threads and/or blogs and wondering if I should have looked more into the Vice, though it looks daunting. Anyways, I suppose I'll see where I get to with the MGX for the 90 days that the gaurantee lasts at least before I seriously think about getting a different model such as the Helix or Vice or whatever...