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Would an 18 year old have any success with the aneros?
  • JSmith
    Posts: 4
    So I'm 18, and have been poking around the internet for as long as I can remember, finding all sorts of fun and interesting things. I've never really experimented with any sort of sexual enhancement, but this seems like something which may actually be worthwhile. I'm just wondering if an 18 year old would be able to use an aneros with as much success as someone who is much older? I also would like to note that my father had prostate cancer, but should I assume it's too early for me to worry about an aneros aggravating any sort of prostate cnoditions?
  • nlr420
    Posts: 18
    You should be fine. As for prostrate cancer, I have no idea, other then check with your Dr.
  • mu1ti
    Posts: 61
    Wish I'd had one of these at 18.

    If I felt at risk of prostate health problems I would personally consider buying a massager to be a good idea but do a google on terms like prostate massage cancer prevention etc & see what the expert view is.
    You're quite likely to find many people develop their problems before they consider massage!?

    Cheers :)
  • nlr420
    Posts: 18

    Originally Posted By: mu1ti
    Wish I'd had one of these at 18....




    I 2nd that. I'm 25 and I just got mine in May, but I've been "playing" around back there since I was in high school. I discovered explosive orgasms back then that rocked the foundation of my brain.
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    JSmith,

    There is no evidence that I'm aware of that suggests that prostate massage causes prostate cancer (being in my mid 40's and with a history of the disease in my family I consider myself very well read on this subject). To the contrary there are many that believe that prostate massage can actually improve prostate health by promoting circulation in and around the gland.

    HOWEVER! If one HAS prostate cancer, it is widely held that prostate massage may put one at risk for metastatic disease. So prostate massage should not be attempted without first consulting with a physician (or two or three ).


    That said, prostate cancer is virtually unheard of at your age. Bear in mind that the National Institute of Health recommends prostate cancer screening for men 50 years and older, presumably because this is when some kind of statistical risk kicks in. Even if one considers that a bit late (as I do), you are simply no where near it. (How old was your father when he was diagnosed?)

    My advice is to play away to your hearts'.... and prostate's content!



    BF Mayfield

    P.S. Yes, I too wish I'd discovered the Super O when I was your age.
  • JSmith
    Posts: 4
    (this post was edited 2005-08-06 00:59:36)

    Yeah, the internet is a great thing...so much I would never have known about without it.

    As for my father, he was, if I'm correct, 51 when he was diagnosed. I'm not really worried about anything, and I figured it'd be fine; can't hurt to be careful though.

    Looking like I'm going to get the helix, just waiting for my paypal money to clear (god I love debit cards). This stuff is shipped discreetly, right?