In Thailand, we find explicit offerings of (male) prostate treatments named Prostate Massage, G-Spot Prostate Massage, Lingam-Prostate Massage, or Jabkasai-Prostate Massage. Sometimes the sessions have a strictly therapeutic aim but more often than not the treatments are offered as erotic sensual pleasure massages, and now and again it’s a combination of both therapy and pleasure.
Yet usually, most therapeutic genital massages, and to some extent also the abdominal massage treatments, work on the prostate also. Think in this case of modalities such as Karsai Nei Tsang, Chi Nei Tsang, and Jabkasai, but also Thai Womblifting techniques and Heated Salt-Filled Clay Pot massages applied for men.
Mind that women do not officially have prostates, but a set of glands and ducts at the front of the vagina — the Skene glands — which are sometimes referred to as the female prostate. It’s an organ that produces female prostatic secretion and has cells with neuro-endocrine functions, which could be compared to the male prostate.
What is the Prostate?
The prostate is a relatively small gland of the male reproductive system found in most mammals, although it differs substantially among species as for anatomical, physiological and chemical composition. In human beings, it’s generally about the size of a walnut and it can be located below the bladder, in front of the rectum, partly around the tube (called urethra) in the penis that leads pee outside.
The most important function of the prostate is to discharge a milky or white fluid, that contains about 30% of the volume of semen including spermatozoa and seminal vesicle fluid. Fluids are expelled in the first part of ejaculation, together with most of the spermatozoa. The prostate also contains some muscles that help evacuate semen during ejaculation.
On getting older (especially over the age of 50), the prostate may become larger, which is a normal process of aging. Because the prostate surrounds part of the urethra, it can start to give pressure on the tube. This can give problems when peeing, or feeling the urge to pee often. Typical contemporary treatments might be medicines, lifestyle changes, or surgery.
Two other problems that may come up are firstly Prostatitis, being an infection or inflammation of the prostate that can cause trouble urinating, chills and fever, or sexual problems (for example, pain in the genitals or pain when ejaculating), and secondly – prostate cancer.
How to find Prostate Treatment Providers in Thailand
If one is looking for prostate or G-Spot pleasure massages, providers are quite easily found by just typing in phrases like Prostate Massage, G-Spot Massage, Lingam Massage, or Tantric Massage, with the addition of “Thailand,” in any web search engine like for instance Google.
However, when it comes to authentic Thai therapeutic Prostate Massage it’s better to look for Jabkasai, Karsai Nei Tsang, Womblifting, or even Chi Nei Tsang treatment providers. Learn more about this in the related articles listed below.