Aneros started in America and quickly gathered a cult following as men learnt how to find, stimulate and love their prostate gland using the ergonomic. Buyer’s Guide. Starting with the Aneros MGX, we created the market for Prostate Stimulators. Over the years we have built up our product family and are proud to. As goldenboy noted the Aneros WIKI is the primer for Aneros users. You can think of it as a ‘guide’ book of sorts. It was written by veteran.
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Login or Sign Up Log in with. Search in titles only. Beginner looking for help and the “real user guide”. Previous 1 2 Next. Beginner looking for help and the “real user guide” EDIT 25 Jan A lot of my questions in this first post has already been answered and I’m now using anerso thread as my own journal.
So I’ve been doing anal play for quite some years. I never really experienced any sensations doing it, I just kind of got turned on by being plugged I guess. Recently I learned about the world of the prostate, and figured I would get into it. I got a cheap, vibrating bead-like one a few months ago. It was really nice during masturbation because of the vibrations, but I never really experienced anything beyond that. I tried to fuck myself really fast with it, and it started to feel kind of nice, but it would gkide subside eventually.
One time my prostate got really sore from it, and I don’t know if that’s because I did something wrong. Anyway, of course I had to get an Aneros. I noticed quickly it was top of the line.
Helix Syn was popular and seemed to be for all experience levels, so I went for it. I’ve had it around a week now and I just don’t feel anything. I feel like the cheap one was better because at least it was vibrating. I’ve been doing sphincter exercises for hours and it’s as little pleasure as plugging a pen back there. Aneroz, I know I’m not supposed to have any expectations.
But wherever I look, even if people say they didn’t have orgasms they will usually say they felt something. I read somewhere that apparently it’s supposed to feel like you need to pee if the thing is up against your prostate. I do not feel that at all. The site I bought it from also had a review, where the guy said he almost had an orgasm from having it inserted while jogging. I tried that too, and while I didn’t feel any pleasure it started to feel bigger the longer I kept going, somehow.
I don’t want to walk or jog for hours on end, though The “I read somewhere” part leads me to the real reason I made this post. I feel like there’s some kind of user manual out there that I am yet to find. There is this talk about “rewiring” yourself, and I just don’t know what it’s about. I see this Super-O everywhere I don’t get the abbreviation, just write SO or write the whole thingand it’s pretty obvious the O stand for orgasm, but what is a Super-T?
It’s H-something with 4 letters. It’s probably nothing I need to worry about, anyway. I am not looking for a Super-Whatever — not even orgasms at all — I just want to be able to enjoy this thing. Only enjoyment I get out of it is the same as the toy I had before, I just hold it and thrust it really fast.
This is when I actually feel something happening, but every sensation just subsides. I feel something happening, I keep going, it disappears. Also I hate doing it this way because it gets very unhygienic and I know you’re not supposed to.
As I’m writing this I’ve had it inserted for like 4 hours. I did sphincter exercises maybe like 2 hours in total. I started thinking maybe I am not using enough lube, because if it can’t move in there it makes sense that it wouldn’t do much?
I just put some on the tip to make sure it goes in. Maybe some other Aneros would be better suited for me, but why would I get another one only to get disappointed again? It makes no sense. I hope I can find this hidden user manual so I know what needs to be done, and so I can understand all the hidden lingo. Thank you for any help! Last edited by Sunusuku ; Sunusuku You have come to the right place!
To answer your main question: Take your time to explore. But realize that you don’t have to read everything right away. You have a great prostate massager in the Helix Syn but I would recommend taking your time with it. When I started with the Helix Classic about 2 years ago, most of my sessions were only about 1 hour or less. So your 4-hour session, in my opinion, can be greatly reduced.
There is no hidden “magic” in learning to use the Aneros devices. Make sure your mechanics are good as far as lube and finding a relaxing place in which to lie down and do your sessions.
A good lube should be put at least on the entire massager except for the perineum tab. Remember that the Aneros massagers are “hands-free” devices and should not be manipulated by hand! Give yourself half-a-dozen sessions or so with the Helix. See if you can build upon the sensations you will feel. At first, you may feel nothing; but be aware that when you prostate is getting “re-wired” you may not feel the direct effect right away.
But, in time, you will feel more. This forum is a place that you can turn-to as often as you need. You will get all the advice and help you need to make great progress! Just take your time, stay focused and begin to feel all the pleasures that are in store for you! SunusukuWelcome to the Aneros Forums, your best source of information for learning about the multiple benefits and joys of using the Aneros prostate massagers. Originally posted by Sunusuku View Post. Good Vibes to You!
I wouldn’t worry too much about not feeling anything – just trust it will all click one day for you, and that you are on your own journey that is just unqiue to you. I went into this learning trying to figure out how to have multiple orgasms. But once I learned which felt good and was tonnes of fun when it happened, don’t get me wrongand started practicing lots, and trying new things – I realized after a few months it was just the beginning.
It’s super simple, here’s the step by step guide: Obviously that’s not very specific, and pretty vague. If you do that, you’ll start noticing little things and feelings in your body you didn’t notice before. That alone is worth something, multiple orgasm or not.
Although I believe that as you start noticing these little things about your body you haven’t taken the time to notice before, your body starts to pay attention too. And things that you didn’t notice before start to become a new source of pleasure – eventually they’ll be enough of the sources of pleasure to start triggering orgasms.
That’s my two cents So that’s another tip – don’t get too locked into any one step by step guide. Read lots of different sources, descriptions of things, and keep it in the back of your mind. Let the front of your mind be free to pay attention to the present moment. You are on step 2 https: Learn how to Hands Free Orgasm.
I knew from before I got the Aneros that there was quite a learning curve to be able to fully enjoy it, but I just reeaally underestimated it. I tried to use the Helix Syn at the same time as doing masturbation and hoping I would feel the new sensations.
When I tried to “solo” the Aneros I also had some vibrating rotors on my penis and were massaging my balls at the same time One day after I saw the replies I got, I tried it again with a new approach. I felt a lot of twitching and wobbling, but that was guixe it.
I tried a few different positions and I want to try a few of them again. The main thing I focused on anerks the bully breathing, and it was quite meditative focusing on the breathing! I also tried doing some sphincter exercises in time with them, but I don’t understand if I am supposed to push in or push out, or how hard to squeeze. I don’t know about the sphincter exercises though, I don’t want to give it up but I felt like I felt the most when I was doing nothing but focusing on my breathing, and apparently that’s pretty common.
I am about to go into 2nd try, and now mostly just focus on the breathing. I started to get just slightly frustrated around m into it, but I still somewhat enjoyed it.
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I also read that it’s important to stop before getting frustrated, so I’ll try that too. I turned it off a couple times, but then I just started feeling tired rather than horny. Some small individual replies: I’ve started to look in the Wiki pages for more info. I think the “hidden lingo” I was referring to is in there.