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tab movement question
  • I'm still not quite there. I keep trying all kinds of positions with the tab. I just cannot seem to find the magic spot. I have read all the posts and cannot find it as instructed by the posts. So I keep moving the tab around hoping to hit the right spot. But I need some help with two specific questions.

    1. When the tab hits the magic spot, does it feel remarkably different that all the other places? I understand that there is supposed to be a tingle-feeling.

    2. Regarding the movement of the tab itself, does it supposed to hit the stimulate the magic spot by moving "directly in" (for example if you were lying flat on the floor and the tab pushes straight in at an axis parallel to the floor) or does it push "downward" (for example towards the floor)?

    Please help if you can. Thanks.
  • caltoncalton
    Posts: 111
    (this post was edited 2006-04-21 16:11:45)

    aaron -

    A way forward here may be to establish where your MDP is. This is best achieved initially Aneros-free and while you are in a (highly) sexually aroused condition. Lie on your back and draw your knees up with your feet flat on the bed (floor) and legs apart at ten-to-two. Put your hand between your legs and draw your middle finger across your perineum (exerting pressure) starting at your anus toward the scrotum. About a third of the way from your anus you should find that you have a depression just before you hit bone. If you exert pressure here (push in and up) you will discover pleasure! - Your million dollar point! (I understand this as the central tendinous point of the the perineum. This a fibrous point in the middle line of the perineum between the the urethra and anus about 1.25cm in front of the latter. At this point six muscles converge and are attached to the external anal sphincter, the bulbocavernosi, the transversi perinaei superficialis, and the anterior fibres of the levator ani!) ANYWAY! - This is where you want to locate the tab of your Aneros. With the Aneros in place you will find that as you contract your PC muscles you will draw the Aneros tab in to make stronger contact against your prostate. Your breathing pattern affects these muscles (and thus sensations) as your diaphragm moves up and down. It is important too to consider (very) lightly 'pushing out' so the tab moves away from the MDP (don't overdo this or you will expel the device!) - and is drawn in again as you contract your muscles once more. DEELIGHT!
    I hope this helps you move on - I wish you all success - and joy!