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in search of the sweet spot
  • ron
    Posts: 1
    I have been reading and experimenting with two of the aneros for a couple of months. I'm not sure I've ever found the "sweet spot". I am able to achieve anal twitching which gradually starts involuntary spasms that start in my groin and then down my legs and up my stomach until my whole body is bucking rather violently. This is pretty cool and new, but there are not any ecstatic feelings associated with it. Does anyone think that the sweet spot is the missing link? If so, how do I find it? I have read posts regarding the search but still am not sure I've located it. Does everyone have a sweet spot? Thanks for any help you can give!

    Ron
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    Ron,

    Check out my thread on PAGE 2 entitled "In Search of the Sweet Spot" if you haven't already. There is no question that everyone has the nerve that run through the prostate and through the penis. Without this nerve, an erection is impossible. It is this nerve that is often severed in surgical procedures for prostate removal that leaves the patient impotent. It is the same nerve that may be damaged by sitting on hard bicycle seats for a prolonged period of time. As the nerve makes it way down (from the penis) on its way to the prostate it comes closer to the surface of the skin in the perineal area. It is here that it may be stimulated. From the user feedback that I've seen over the last year, it would appear that location of the "Sweet Spot" is given to some variation from one person to the next. It is even possible that in some people that the nerve don't come near enough to the surface of the skin, or that some sub-dermal fat may insulate it from any stimulation. The verdict is still out on this one. My hunch is that most people have this "Sweet Spot" but haven't had the patience to find it, or recognized it for what it was once they did. Again, once you do locate it, be advised that you don't experience some euphoria from it's stimulation, rather just A TINGLING THAT SEEMS TO EXTEND BEYOND THE AREA THAT IS BEING STIMULATED.

    Cheers,

    B Mayfield
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    Originally Posted By: b mayfield
    Ron,

    Check out my thread on PAGE 2 entitled "In Search of the Sweet Spot" if you haven't already. There is no question that everyone has the nerve that run through the prostate and through the penis. Without this nerve, an erection is impossible. It is this nerve that is often severed in surgical procedures for prostate removal that leaves the patient impotent. It is the same nerve that may be damaged by sitting on hard bicycle seats for a prolonged period of time. As the nerve makes it way down (from the penis) on its way to the prostate it comes closer to the surface of the skin in the perineal area. It is here that it may be stimulated. From the user feedback that I've seen over the last year, it would appear that location of the "Sweet Spot" is given to some variation from one person to the next. It is even possible that in some people that the nerve don't come near enough to the surface of the skin, or that some sub-dermal fat may insulate it from any stimulation. The verdict is still out on this one. My hunch is that most people have this "Sweet Spot" but haven't had the patience to find it, or recognized it for what it was once they did. Again, once you do locate it, be advised that you don't experience some euphoria from it's stimulation, rather just A TINGLING THAT SEEMS TO EXTEND BEYOND THE AREA THAT IS BEING STIMULATED.

    Cheers,

    B Mayfield


    I too have experienced what Ron is referring to. I just thought that maybe that's all there was. Can you get the trembling and bucking without touching the sweet spot therefore only getting half of it right?

    Al T.