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Prostate massage is a way to empty fluids from your prostate ducts. This therapy offer some health benefits.

The prostate is a small gland about the size of a golf ball between the base of the penis and the rectum. Its main job is to make the fluid, also called semen, that helps sperm travel and survive.

Prostate massage empties that fluid out of your prostate ducts. Most men say they’ve had increased sexual pleasure and are able to ejaculate more easily after a prostate massage.

A prostate massage will help your urethra — the thin tube that drains your bladder — is surrounded by your prostate. So, a swollen prostate can affect your urine flow. You might have a weak flow of urine, or it might even be cut off.

Massaging the prostate might ease swelling in the area so it could put less pressure on the urethra.

The prostate can become inflamed, and while there are mainstream medical practices to treat prostate inflammation, or prostatitis, some alternative practitioners carry out a prostate massage.

Some alternative practitioners maintain that “milking the prostate” in this way can relieve certain symptoms of an inflamed prostate, providing benefits that include improved urine flow and sexual function.

What is Prostatitis?

According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), prostatitis is a common urinary tract problem in men of all ages.

Each year, the condition prompts roughly 2 million visits to medical professionals in the United States.

The symptoms of prostatitis include:

  • frequent, painful, weak, blocked, or incomplete urination
  • blood in the urine
  • erectile dysfunction
  • painful ejaculation
  • fever
  • muscle pain
  • back pain
  • pain in the area between the anus and the scrotum.

Inflammation of the prostate gland has several causes, including:

  • bacteria
  • non-bacterial microorganisms
  • immune system response
  • nerve damage

The inflammation can last for a short while but most or on-going.