I would suggest strengthening your pelvic floor the muscles surrounding your prostate. There are many exercises to strengthen your pelvic floor the muscles around the prostate that are popular for men and can have longer-lasting benefits than a massage! First of all, I am sorry that you have this chronic painful condition. Secondly, I am not a doctor and you should rely on your doctors for diagnosis and treatment.
Role of ejaculation in the treatment of chronic non-bacterial prostatitis.
Bad news for masturbators
Clark Hickman's problems started one night when he was awakened by a ferocious need to pee and a burning at the core of his penis. The future professor, then just 25 years old, saw a doctor, who checked him for VD, gave him some antibiotics, and told him he was fine. He wasn't. A nagging backache, a low -grade fever, and a perpetually swollen prostate soon joined his list of symptoms. He was unable to ride a bicycle, sit on a hard chair, or even lean to one side. Six weeks later, a urologist found pus in Hickman's prostatic fluid and handed him the diagnosis: prostatitis.
Premature ejaculation occurs when a man ejaculates sooner during sexual intercourse than he or his partner would like. Premature ejaculation is a common sexual complaint. Estimates vary, but as many as 1 out of 3 men say they experience this problem at some time. As long as it happens infrequently, it's not cause for concern.
I'm sure that comes as no surprise to many you - I mean look at my headshot - but once you've finished patting yourselves on the back for spotting the obvious, let's get moderately serious. With most human pursuits, we have guidelines: "No more than two alcoholic drinks per day", "Brush your teeth morning and night" and "30 minutes of exercise". It's good to have rules in life.