I love the prostate. It is responsible for my career. I started my unique journey researching prostate health and erectile dysfunction because it was affecting my marriage. I was determined to fix it, I’m like that. I researched erectile dysfunction, the pelvic floor, the prostate and endocrine glandular system. With all of that research and knowledge I then became a certified therapist to support the psychological, social and emotional components.
It's my mission for men, and couples, to have fully expressed sensual playful, connected, confident, satisfying, healing, intimate physical connection. No matter what was going on in their lives or with his Big Ole Boy 'BOB'.
As I say: The best sex a woman’s ever going to have
has nothing to do with a hard-on and
I can prove it in one word ~ lesbians.
The blue pill might get him erect but it won’t help with intimacy, performance anxiety or confidence. It takes skills to be a great lover and skills can be learned.
I believe, and it's been my experience with thousands of clients, that physical intimacy builds the body's communication, bond and emotional trust. From there, the emotional traumas, resentments and frustrations start to heal and dissipate.
Back to the prostate... Here are 6 FAQs that I want you to know and understand.
1: What is a prostate?
Prostate is a walnut sized gland which makes part of the semen that mixes with sperm from the testicles. It surrounds part of the urethra, the pee-tube and sits below the bladder which is why an enlarged prostate increases frequency of urination. Take care of your wal-nuts!
2: What is a PSA test?
Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) is a protein produced within the prostate gland and is secreted into seminal fluid. The PSA test can detect high levels of PSA that may indicate the presence of prostate cancer. However, many other conditions, such as an enlarged or inflamed prostate, can also increase PSA levels. Therefore, diagnosing the reason for a high number can be complicated.
3: How do you know if you might have an enlarged prostate?
If you are getting up more than 1.5x in the night to urinate you might have a slightly enlarged prostate, more than twice and you should get it checked. You can also check it yourself with your index finger so that you know what it feels like when it's enlarged or not, unfortunately it's impossible to give yourself a prostate massage or you might not leave the house, cuz it would feel so good.
4: My prostate is enlarged what do I do?
Get a proper prostate massage if you can, this helps moves the fluid through the ducts and urethra which will then reduce inflammation. It is my experience that with care, men can keep prostate enlargement under control. There are specific prostate massagers (toys) that rub against your prostate while having orgasm contractions which may help. (I will get to suggesting some on my site.)
5: My prostate is not enlarged what can I do to keep it healthy?
Thorough complete ejaculations is your best bet. I will post a video on why men are not getting full ejaculations and the best way to fully empty your prostate during November and email you a link. Foods that may increase PSA numbers are coffee, sugar and meat. Foods that support prostate health are pomegranate, watermelon and seeds such as pumpkin and sunflower seeds.
6: What about the prostate and pleasure?
Yup. Properly administered pressure on the prostate can bring intense pleasure and help with full complete thorough (mind blowing) ejaculations. More about this another time...
I've supported thousands of men and couples dealing with the affects of prostate and other sexual health issues. If you or someone you know has a prostate or erectile concern or question I'm happy to help them find ways to continue to experience a full satisfying intimate sex life. Please contact me for a FREE consultation.
Imagine what it means to a man to go into an intimate encounter
feeling performance confidence instead of performance anxiety.
Care for each other so you can be dangerous together.®