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Help a newbie find his sweet spot
  • Wes
    Posts: 2
    Hello to all you wonderful aneros forumers. My name is Wes, I'm a long time listener, first time caller.

    I am the proud owner of the Aneros MGX. I have been having sessions for about 2 months now. I am posting today because I decided I should figure out a couple of things before I carelessly continue with sessions.

    1. I am 6'2 and on the thinner side, is the MGX right for me?

    2. Where is my sweet spot?!? I have tried the methods mentioned on the wiki and in the forum but I still cannot identify the perineum pressure point. I believe this should be priority number one before I try any more sessions as it seems this spot is highly necessary.

    3. I still cannot identify when the aneros hits my prostate. I have tried exploring with my finger as well (put it in as far as i could, rubbed different areas) and still cannot tell you where it is.

    4. Will the peridise be easier/better? (I know there has been question of how the peridise will do with a newbie.. and in maybe a month or two I might be able to shed some light on that, I plan to get one in a month).

    Some background on my sessions: I have gotten to the point where I do enjoy the feeling of the aneros sliding inside me (by way of contractions). Things are getting a little better, the last 3 sessions I had, I was able to invoke some involuntaries with the deep breathing + contraction method. These feel like little pulsings/hammerings with an occasional strong contraction (bigger than an auto kegel). I usually get them for about 5 minutes and then I have the hardest time getting them again in my session. I am hoping that if I could place the p-tab properly and know more about my prostate, that these involuntaries could lead to higher pleasure.

    Thanks in advance for any advice! You guys rock and I can't wait to join the ranks of Super-O
  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,257
    Hi Wes,

    Welcome to the Forum,

    I think you will find the MGX to be a perfectly fine massager for you, but comparing it to the Peridise is an ‘apples vs. oranges’ kind of comparison. Don’t worry about feeling your prostate directly, I believe it is more important that you feel the bodily sensations that stimulating this marvelous little organ generates.

    The “sweet spot” that is often mentioned and asked about on this forum can be elusive. After more than a year of searching I still haven’t found mine but that hasn’t prevented me from enjoying some very pleasurable hours of play. I wouldn’t become overly concerned with locating that specific spot to the point of ignoring the many other aspects of learning. I have personally found that there is an area approximately 1" in diameter that has marginally increased sensitivity in the perineal area. The P-tab placed anywhere in this area is equally effective for me. I think the "sweet spot" sensitivity is just another one of the variables between individuals. Finding your ‘sweet spot’ on the perineum may take some time – see “In Search of the Sweet Spot” in the sticky thread - http://aneros.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=767
    You may also be interested in checking out this thread - http://www.aneros.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1907 for some more information. I hope this eases your concerns so you can concentrate on enjoying and developing the feelings/sensations your massager will induce.
  • BusterBuster
    Posts: 953
    Hey Wes,

    Glad you decided to chime in. I can't agree more with Sir Rumel when it comes to the MGX being a great model and that the sweet spot is elusive. I haven't found mine either and I am in my 4th year. You really don't need to find it to be successful. So don't get too hung up on its location. I have better luck with my penis trigger point which can be pretty powerful. So powerful in fact that I start to shake sometimes so bad that I drop the guy right out of my hands.

    As far as your prostate goes, are you getting any fluid from your Cowpers gland (pre-cum)? That is a usual indicator that you are hitting a target. Keep headed in the direction that you are and you will surely be successful. Come back to the forum every now and again and let people know how things are going.
  • Wes
    Posts: 2
    Thx for the help guys, I'll keep going with the mgx.

    what is the penis trigger point?

    and no I usually don't have any precum. If i do its very little and rarely.
  • skeeter_gskeeter_g
    Posts: 240
    Hi Wes,

    Welcome, it sounds like you are doing the right things to start, and the MGX should be fine, just like Buster, and Rumel have said. Have fun on your new journey!

    It may take a bit until you body and mind are rewired, but you will get there.

    Here is a recent thread that talks a bit about the trigger points, but also gives you an idea of other pleasurable areas that can be real sensitive to touch as well.

    http://www.aneros.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2969

    Hope it helps :)