Some urologists say that prostate massage can treat prostate from its enlargement, namely benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) or inflammation, namely chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CP/CPPS). This is doubtful as there was not recorded benefits from prostate massage in long term.
First of all, you need to understand what the prostate gland is, and the functions of the body, which it contributes to. The prostate is a small soft gland located between the base of the penis and the rectum, below the bladder. The prostate gland consists of the seminal vesicles and the ductus and is responsible for the production of fluid that supports the functioning of sperm and protects them in the seminal fluid.
The prostate massage can easily damage its delicate tissue that can cause bleeding, inflammation and prostatic calculi. Furthermore, prostate massage may include risks from surrounding tissue. Thus, damage to the urethra can lead to the patient developing a urethral stricture over time, and he may go unnoticed for a long time. Another risk of massage is the ingress of urethral flora into the epididymus, which can lead to epididymitis.
Why use prostate massage?
Prostatic massage is a technique used to extract expressed prostatic secretions that has value in diagnosis of several conditions. Sometimes prostate massage is used for sexual stimulation, and some men report having an orgasm from prostate stimulation alone. It is believed that prostate massage helps men treat erectile dysfunction. However, there is no long-term evidence of this, and men themselves stop doing this due to subsequent problems.
Can prostate massage alleviate symptoms of BPH?
It has been suggested that men with BPH should receive a prostate massage, like men with chronic prostatitis, to relieve symptoms. However, attempts to make prostate massage a routine practice does not receive support from men and medical professionals. Firstly, it is associated with various side effects, and secondly, with poor results after the procedures.
Prostate massage carries a number of risks
- Bleeding around the prostate
- Damage of the delicate prostate tissue
- Development of prostatic calculi
- Acute epididymitis
- Cellulitis, a serious skin infection
- Spreading of prostate cancer, if it is already present
- The occurrence and worsening of haemorrhoids
- Damage to the rectal lining
Dr Allen’s Device is effective alternative to prostate massage
Dr Allen’s Device was patented by the USPTO for the opportunity to improve blood circulation in the affected organ. The clinical studies on Thermobalancing therapy has confirmed its efficacy for men with BPH and CP/CPPS, as it improves blood circulation in the prostate tissue and many scientific articles were published, https://finetreatment.com/thermobalancing-therapy-medical-scientific-data/.
Dr Allen’s Device is a class 1 medical device. Therefore, it does not require the involvement of a notified body. Fine Treatment https://finetreatment.com/is a healthcare company, a manufacturer and distributor of wearable therapeutic Dr Allen’s Devices. The price of the device with guaranteed delivery is less than $200 worldwide. For a decade, the device for prostate treatment has been successfully used by thousands of men with chronic prostatitis and BPH in over 100 countries.