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Can Aneros massager press on the seminal vesicles??
  • Hank
    Posts: 1
    I'm wondering if the Aneros massager is sturdy enough and movable enough to press firmly on the seminal vesicles (which are rabbit-ear-like glands on either side of the prostate). [The seminal vesicles produce the greatest part of fluid found in ejaculate.]

    Anyone in or out of the company know the answer?


    Thanks,

    Hank
  • geneguy52
    Posts: 4

    Originally Posted By: Hank
    I'm wondering if the Aneros massager is sturdy enough and movable enough to press firmly on the seminal vesicles (which are rabbit-ear-like glands on either side of the prostate). [The seminal vesicles produce the greatest part of fluid found in ejaculate.]

    Anyone in or out of the company know the answer?


    Thanks,

    Hank


    Hank, read your message with interest because I so much had the same need, and yes, for me it has helped more than anything else other than if i ejaculate myself. If you need a way to help u deal with un-masturbated semen it can be very helpfull to you once you learn to use it. I think it might very well help you to feel much better physically I think. If you go for periods without ejaculating, or not masturbating yourself, then it will very likely be nice for you to use. Possibly especially so, as it can very definately help you to release semen without ejaculating yourself, if you do not usually, or don't want to.















































  • TimC
    Posts: 14
    Hi Hank

    I've experimented for a few months now with the Aneros and have found that beyond the prostate there is an area that when stimulated produces what can only be described as a tickle. The Aneros on its own doesn't go deep enough in me, so I have had to experiment with additions and I have also used other longer probes. Impossible to do on my own (my coordination is bad) but I have been very lucky in having my wife assist as she has interests in anal play herself and was the one who got our experiments started by using her hand on my prostate. We can only conclude that this tickle is the stimulation of the seminals as well as the prostate and I can only recommend that you try and get to them as the sensation is nothing short of overwhelming. And a good hard and long lasting erection is achieveable - something that isn't possible with just the Aneros alone. But I must repeat not to do it alone and not to try and get the Aneros to reach by inserting further than it is designed to go - it won't work and you'll hurt yourself.

    Hopet his helps

    Regards

    Tim
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    Hey Tim,

    I lost your email address, drop me a line when you get a chance, there's something I wanted to run by you!

    B Mayfield
  • I would say yes that it does stimulate nearby organs to some extent. Also try the Crystal Wand (www.lovenectar.com) to reach other areas inside the anus/rectum.