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How did the aneros prostate massager first get started
  • Hello to all dear friends, i just was just wondering how the aneros prostate massager
    first got started, i heard it was discovered by someone by accident that you could have
    MMO's with the massager, and does anyone know what the very first model used was?

    Can someone please give me a quick history lesson?

    Cheers take care happy anerosing thecritta

    :) ;):)
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,140

    This product was originally developed by High Island Health as a device called the Pro State massager in order to treat BPH and prostatitis. It is still sold for that purpose today . After a short period of time they began getting feedback from their customers about an interesting side guessed it, powerful orgasms. From that a different marketing division of the company was born.....Aneros.

    The first generation Aneros had names reminiscent of marine animals: the Dolphin, the Whale.. and the Fin-3. These first generation models featured stainless steel wire that was used for the abutment arms and tabs and the handle.

    BF Mayfield
  • Oooh that sounds nasty, wire pressing against the prenium glad i dont
    have to put one of them anywhere near my asshole are there any photo' s of them left lying around somewhere?

    thanks for the reply, you have to stop hiding and come join the chat more often.
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,140
    Actually it's not the least bit nasty. Just to clarify, the tab and end of the handle are looped, so there's nothing there to poke you. Because it is a's adjustable! On pics of the Fin-3, they haven't been available for over 6 years now. I own one though. I'll check with HIH and make sure that it's okay to post first. Stay tuned.

    BF Mayfield

    p.s. On the chat, I've been there....where have you been? :)
  • Ok then look forward to seeing the photo's, do you still use it anymore?