Well, I'm at the age where I have to do a little research regarding certain options I might have to consider. I came across an internet article, & here's the link.https://healthfully.com/obtain-prostate-massage-5649555.htmlAnd here's some cut & pasted from the article. What's described here goes beyond the quick messaging motion doctor do to feel for prostate tumors in exams. (Of course, I originally posted this in ‘Med but not MedFet’MedFet' & it got no reply. It could just as easily go in MedFet too, so here goes:How to Obtain a Prostate MassageWritten byStephen Venneman27 July, 2017....., But accessing the prostate for some types of treatment may be uncomfortable or embarrassing. This is because the prostate gland, responsible for semen storage and release during ejaculation, is located within the anal cavity about one inch in. For this reason, only licensed medical practitioners or intimate partners may perform one of the more popular techniques for maintaining prostate health: Prostate massage 12.Finding a PractitionerThe best and safest option for medical prostate massage is to visit a doctor 12. A medical doctor can safely perform a prostate massage without concern that too much pressure will be applied to the gland 12. In addition, a doctor may be able to teach you or your partner how to perform a prostate massage safely and without the need for a costly visit to the doctor 12."So I quote again, “ the best and safest option to get a prostate message is to visit a doctor.” (?)Doctors performing prostate message on demand? Isn't the purpose of this procedure to release builtup semen & gunk inside the prostate. Doesn't that entail arousal, erection & ejaculation?I'm sure things are different elsewhere from here in the US. I also read that the only other professionals licensed to do it are "pelvic floor therapists' & not message therapists.I bet it's pricey & Medicare doesn't cover itSo is this right? Happy (rear) endings, legitimately performed by"licensed medical practitioners"