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Some "test" for deciding which model?
  • San
    Posts: 2
    Hello!

    As the subject line states, I am more than a little interested in some sort of test for deciding which model would be best to start off with. This for two reasons.

    Firstly, availability is relatively poor where I live, and some models seem much harder to get than others. Secondly, my body is "weird". I have very high muscle tension, high pain tolerance, very low reaction to sexual stimulation (as in, even when trying hard, I might take an hour to climax on my own or when having sex, or even fail altogether - even if highly aroused and erected), and a few other tidbits that are hardly interesting. I am somewhat expecting my prostate to be located in my left foot, so to speak.

    As such, I'd absolutely love some sort of guide or whatever which would enable me to locate the prostate, and try to judge if it's further "up" than normal or something.

    Many, many thanks in advance!
  • hlaser99hlaser99
    Posts: 785
    San said:

    Hello!

    As the subject line states, I am more than a little interested in some sort of test for deciding which model would be best to start off with. This for two reasons.

    Firstly, availability is relatively poor where I live, and some models seem much harder to get than others. Secondly, my body is "weird". I have very high muscle tension, high pain tolerance, very low reaction to sexual stimulation (as in, even when trying hard, I might take an hour to climax on my own or when having sex, or even fail altogether - even if highly aroused and erected), and a few other tidbits that are hardly interesting. I am somewhat expecting my prostate to be located in my left foot, so to speak.

    As such, I'd absolutely love some sort of guide or whatever which would enable me to locate the prostate, and try to judge if it's further "up" than normal or something.

    Many, many thanks in advance!



    Hi San!

    Welcome to the forum!

    I doubt if your prostate is in your left foot! (Maybe in your head, though! LOL!)

    But seriously folks!

    I really don't know of a "prostate location test"??? Again, LOL!

    If I were you, I would order an MGX and learn to relax and breath properly . . . and enjoy your Journey to the elusive "O" . . .

    There are no short-cuts, that I know of???

    Later, Hlaser99
  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,253
    Hi San, Welcome to the Forum,

    You may wish to read “Choosing a model” from the WIKI, - http://wiki.malegspot.com/index.php?title=Aneros_Basics for a little help deciding. Also check out the illustration under "The Male G-Spot" - http://www.aneros.com/malegspot.php for your prostate's relative location.