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Second session with Helix
  • I had some time alone today and felt horny, so I showered up and inserted the Helix for session two. Wasn't able to generate pleasurable feelings "hands off", so I ended up doing a "back and forth" between manual penis stimulation and anal contractions on the Helix that sent some serious jolts near my prostate!

    This went on for about a half hour before I surrendered to the urge to finish myself off. The anal contractions clamping down on the Helix amplified my orgasm and increased my semen discharge greatly.

    Now that sex with my wife has picked up and I'm using the Helix, the nagging pain in my lower back, groin and pelvis has disappeared. I wonder if that pain was caused by unreleased prostate fluid or poor blood circulation in that area.

    Hopefully, my prostate will become more respondent to the Helix as time goes on. I'd really like to get the re-wiring underway and surprise the **BLEEP** out of my wife one night. :twisted:

    NY
  • Badger
    Posts: 656
    New Yorker;

    I suspect that the pain might just be built-up prostatic fluid or poor blood circulation or a combination of the two; if I go more than a couple of days without sex, I get an ache in my left testicle and in the perineal area, and it will go down my left leg to my knee. I also do not feel well; everything's out of sync. When I have sex or masterbate every other day or less, there isn't any pain.

    There is no way to hurry the re-wiring process. It's like wet soap: the more and harder you try to hold it, the harder it is to hold and easier it slips away. I've had absolutely no luck trying to make anything work any faster that it works.
  • I have to say I am sceptical about the Aneros concept as a whole but I'm prepared to be swayed either way.

    I had my first session today and while it was reasonably pleasant and not in the least uncomfortable, I didn't experience any real pleasure or major sensation with my new Helix.

    The reason for my scepticism is that I used to work with a very experienced and famous old urologist who was scathing about the prostate gland's supposed attributes. He reckoned that no one had or could ever prove the prostate contributed anything to the seminal fluid and that there could be no sensation associated with the gland itself as it was, for the most part, devascularised and had no nerve endings attached. It is a mere appendage that, like the appendix, may have been useful in primitive man and is still so in some animal species but is nothing more than a relic from our ancient ancestry. Coupled with the recent news from researchers this week that the female G-spot is a myth and doesn't exist, it can't help but add to the feeling that we may be searching for a sensation that isn't there. Or are we?

    I remain to be convinced either way and seeing all the fulsome testimonials on here and on other sites, I thought I'd chance my arm as if it can provide the sensations most people rave about, I wouldn't want to miss out!
  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,265
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    Ray Diator,

    While I think a skeptical attitude is a reasonable approach to testing any new hypothesis, it is also important to be honestly open to all the real possibilities. I detect an undercurrent of bias in your thinking due to your association with “...a very experienced and famous old urologist...” whose opinion is quite contrary to all of the medical literature I have read and would suggest that my ongoing personal experiences with prostate massage are completely illusory.

    You've indicated a tendency to discount your own experience when you said - “I had my first session today and while it was reasonably pleasant and not in the least uncomfortable, I didn't experience any real pleasure or major sensation with my new Helix.” So it was pleasant but you didn't get any pleasure? That seems a rather strange dichotomy.

    As far as the 'myth' of a woman's G-spot, please don't tell my S.O. some of her orgasms were merely illusory experiences based on stimulation of a non existent body part, I don't think she would appreciate that.

    If you've done much reading on this Forum, you are well aware that it takes some men an extended period of time, over numerous sessions to "awaken" their prostate. Once awoken, it may take many more sessions before one experiences mini-O's, dry'O's or the Super-O. One session is hardly sufficient to pass judgment. The good news for you is that you have already hit the first seven Milestones listed in the WIKI. This journey does require some patience and it also requires a willingness to adopt new attitudes, 'a leap of faith' if you will. The pleasure potential is real, I wouldn't want you to miss out either!
  • fun4two
    Posts: 14
    I just got my helix I dont feel as it goes in deep enough for me I can press in on it a feel a little more or sit down on it just lying there dont feel like it goes deep enough...Im 6 foot 7. I seem to have more precum from in and out dildo. Maybe it will get better that was only first time.
  • No, there's no 'dichotomy'. 'Reasonably pleasant' is like finding a fiver in a pair of trousers you haven't worn for a while whereas 'real pleasure' is like your club's striker knocking in the winner in the dying minutes of the cup final. Simples.

    As for dismissing my 'witness' while claiming special dispensation for yours, I found that a bit patronising actually. Here's the link http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1240640/Scientists-claimed-mysterious-key-sexual-fulfilment-Now-say-G-spot-doesnt-exist-Oh-enjoyed-searching-it.html.

    And to date, 'my' famous old urologist - a man who spent over 50 years specialising in the prostate gland specifically, incidentally - is still factually correct. No-one has yet proven categorically that the speculation claiming fluids from the prostate are present in seminal fluid is true.

    As I maintain, I will adopt an open-minded approach and this will be one of those situations where the subject (me!) will report honestly and try not to be swayed by vested interests. It's like 'if it works on me, it will work on anyone', I suspect!
  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,265
    Ray Diator,

    FYI, the link you provided in the Forum is a dead end, the response received was “The page you have requested does not exist or is no longer available.”

    I acknowledge my remark regarding a woman's G-spot may have seemed a bit patronizing, for this I am sorry and apologize if it offended you. My point is personal experience has shown me it is not a myth despite the fact some woman can't seem to find their G-spots. Yes, I have talked to a few women who can't seem to find theirs, but I have also personally felt and stimulated a couple of women who definitely have them.
  • RdrRdr
    Posts: 32
    rumel said:

    Ray Diator,

    FYI, the link you provided in the Forum is a dead end, the response received was “The page you have requested does not exist or is no longer available.”


    I acknowledge my remark regarding a woman's G-spot may have seemed a bit patronizing, for this I am sorry and apologize if it offended you. My point is personal experience has shown me it is not a myth despite the fact some woman can't seem to find their G-spots. Yes, I have talked to a few women who can't seem to find theirs, but I have also personally felt and stimulated a couple of women who definitely have them.



    Try it like this: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1240640/Scientists-claimed-mysterious-key-sexual-fulfilment-Now-say-G-spot-doesnt-exist-Oh-enjoyed-searching-it.html

    Without the period. :lol:
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    Ray Diator,

    Having suffered from chronic prostatitis for over 30 years I've visited quite literally over a dozen urologists in my time, several of which were quite notable. In particular one was the head of urology of a major hospital in Los Angeles and a professor at UCLA who went on to write books on prostate health. The other was Ronald Reagan's urologist before during and after his presidency. The information that I received from them was quite consistent with every other doctor that I've seen concerning the role prostate in the genitourinary system. The prostate is a gland, an exocrine gland to be precise that secrets fluid that is a constituent of semen. It has ducts that empty into the urethra (in fact I've seen a sonogram of my own ducts). Up until now, I've never heard of anyone challenging that.

    But as you seem so convinced to the contrary (asserting it as fact that no one has proven that the prostate produces seminal fluid) , I am quite curious about the source of this information. Could you please provide some link that might allows us to examine this information for ourselves. I pride myself on being an open-minded person and I have always had a desire to be informed on this topic as my prostate has been the source of considerable pleasure and discomfort over the years.

    I know that your question concerned the application of the Aneros as a stimulator. But perhaps we might all learn something new in the process here too.

    In so far as the article on the G-spot goes, this is but one study. We would all do well to read the study itself before jumping to any conclusions. Given the sheer number of anecdotal reports about G-spot stimulation that have surfaced over the years, it would seem certain that there will be other studies on this in the future as well.

    With regard to the appendix, there is some new information coming out that contradicts the long held notion that it is some useless vestige of mammalian development. Check it out: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=what-is-the-function-of-t

    BF Mayfield
  • eddy99
    Posts: 26
    Badger

    Quote--- " if I go more than a couple of days without sex, I get an ache in my left testicle and in the perineal area, and it will go down my left leg to my knee. I also do not feel well; everything's out of sync."

    This is what happens to me when I have a long session , and don't cum. Sometimes it takes two or three days for it to go away.
  • dtmsmith
    Posts: 219
    If prostate stimulation with the aneros does not produce pleasant sensations, it seems to me there are only a few explanations for what people are describing here:

    -the stories are fabrications
    -the power of suggestion is so strong that all the sensations are imagined
    -there's some other mechanism unrelated to the prostate that is causing the aneros to work

    Did I miss any?

    Ray: which of these do you think is the likely explanaton?

    For what it's worth, I can assure you I am not making anything up. And, while you don't know anything about me, I can also assure you that I am level-headed, rational, and a bit of a skeptic myself. I don't think I would imagine any of this. Regardless, I guess if I am imagining it, I'm fine with it :)
  • Can't wait for the discussion after my third session! :lol:

    For what it's worth, I took the plunge and bought an Aneros because I believe the testimonials of actual people here who use the product. It would be a stretch to think that so many people would knowingly fabricate these stories, unless they were getting paid handsomely for it.

    NY
  • DeepDeep
    Posts: 78
    I'm a rationalist and a skeptic too; I can't explain why the Aneros works it just does. What's even more profound is once you've awoken the prostate you can get the same sensations without the Aneros inserted. Science needs to look into this more, that and the female G-spot.
  • dtmsmith
    Posts: 219
    Deep said:

    I'm a rationalist and a skeptic too; I can't explain why the Aneros works it just does. What's even more profound is once you've awoken the prostate you can get the same sensations without the Aneros inserted. Science needs to look into this more, that and the female G-spot.


    Agreed. My aneros-less sessions are becoming more and more intense. They're different, but often equally pleasurable.