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Massage Treatment For Erectile Dysfunction: What Are They And How To Get One

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Written by the UPGUYS Editorial Team
Published on July 19, 2022

Erectile dysfunction (ED) treatment in Canada encompasses a variety of approaches, including the use of medications like Viagra. However, an often-overlooked alternative is massage therapy, which can be a natural and effective way to address ED.

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While ED can stem from numerous physical or psychological issues, reduced blood flow to the penis is a significant factor for many men. Massage treatments specifically designed for ED focus on stimulating blood flow to the genital area, potentially aiding in achieving and maintaining an erection. These therapies, including techniques like tantric massage, not only enhance blood circulation but can also help address mental health concerns that may impact sexual performance.

It's intriguing to think that a solution as simple as massage could be beneficial, especially considering that many men with ED resort to medication, penis pumps, penile implants, and other treatments. Surprisingly, about 70% of men with ED experience symptoms primarily due to restricted blood flow, making massage therapy a viable option for many.

In this article, we will talk about the following: 

Erectile Dysfunction: What Is It?

Erectile dysfunction, or impotence, is when a man has difficulty getting and maintaining an erection strong enough for sexual intercourse. While many men do not like to talk about their experiences with ED, it may be comforting to know that it is widespread. In Canada, approximately 49.4% of men over 40 are affected by ED. 

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Most men will experience ED at some point in their lives. It's nothing to be ashamed of, and often, ED is caused by factors beyond your control. 

Erectile Dysfunction can be caused by:

  1. Medical conditions
  2. Recent surgery
  3. Cancer treatment
  4. Muscle tension in the pelvic area
  5. Stress
  6. Depression
  7. Exhaustion
  8. Performance anxiety
  9. Relationship problems
  10. Porn addiction
  11. Substance abuse 
  12. Sexual abuse, physical violence, and other forms of past trauma 

If you're dealing with ED, you may be a good candidate for ED massage therapy. Massage is a natural solution to ED that you can try at home, with a partner, or with the help of a doctor or professional massage therapist. 

Let's learn more about erectile dysfunction massage therapy.

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Can Massage Therapy Help With Erectile Dysfunction (ED)? 

Some forms of ED massage have been used since the 1800s to treat erectile dysfunction and prostate issues. 

Massage therapy techniques relax the penile region, stimulate the penis, and boost blood circulation.

But it's more than that. Massage therapy is about getting comfortable with your body, pushing past mental and emotional barriers, and learning to appreciate your penis in both flaccid and hard states. 

There have been a few studies on ED massage with promising results, but it is still considered very much an alternative form of treatment for ED. 

Benefits of ED Massage 

Everyone experiences the benefits of erectile dysfunction massage differently. Massage can help you attain an erection in the moment and/or stimulate the area for long-term results. Some men can experience long-lasting benefits after a few sessions; for others, ED massage may become an ongoing lifestyle change. 

Even though ED massage affects men differently, it is certainly worth trying! Here are some of the benefits anyone can enjoy from ED massage.  

Whole Body Health and Wellbeing

In general, the benefits of massage include reduced stress, improved circulation, and lowered heart rate and blood pressure. Massage of the penis is no different. Penis massage is integral to holistic healing and spiritual, sexual, and all-around physical well-being. 

Increase Libido

Spending quality time with yourself can reignite feelings of arousal and boost your sex drive. When you block out time to relax and enjoy a penis massage, you are participating in the act of self-care. Making time for yourself may help you overcome stress, mental and emotional exhaustion, confidence issues, and other causes of erectile dysfunction. 

Boost Blood Circulation

Regular penis massage helps open the blood vessels and boost circulation to the area by promoting vibratory stimulation. This helps make the penis more sensitive to touch and may help produce stronger erections. 

Types of Erectile Dysfunction Massages

There are various massage therapies and techniques proven to combat erectile dysfunction. Some men find certain treatments to work better for them, while others like to incorporate a variety of therapies into their routines. 

Tantric Massage Therapy

Tantric massage is a holistic technique that treats the underlying causes of ED and its symptoms. With this type of therapy, you work with a coach over the course of several sessions to get to the bottom of the physical and psychological reasons you may be struggling to get an erection. Your coach will teach you self-guided techniques so you can perform tantric massage at home. 

Ballooning Massage Technique

Ballooning Massage is a form of ED massage you can practice yourself. Using a lubricant of your choice, start stroking your penis, scrotum, and pubis to increase blood flow to the area.

As you become hard, hold the base of your penis firmly as if you were holding the bottom of a balloon. Use your other hand to press on the tip of your penis. This method may help you not only achieve an erection but make it last longer. 

Milking Massage Technique

Milking massage helps stimulate the corpora cavernosa, or the part of the penis that fills with blood when you become aroused. 

To practice milking massage, stroke your penis using a similar motion one would use to milk a cow. Using lube, firmly but gently grasp the base and stroke upwards toward the head—alternate using your left and right hands.

Try practicing this technique 3-4 times per week until you can easily achieve an erection.  

Prostatic Massage

Whenever possible, a doctor or professional prostatic massage therapist should be the one to perform a prostatic massage. 

This type of massage has long been considered an alternative treatment for ED because it can help clear the prostatic duct, eliminate infections, clear blocked fluids, and stimulate blood flow. 

To perform this type of massage, your doctor or massage therapist will insert a gloved, well-lubed finger or massage device into your rectum and massage the prostate until you ejaculate a thin, milky substance called prostate fluid. 

How To Find a Qualified ED Massage Therapist  

For best results, working with a highly trained professional specializing in ED massage techniques is essential. 

If you currently work with a family general practitioner, urologist, or sexual health physician, express to them your interest in trying ED massage. They may be able to refer you to an ED massage therapist in your area. 

If you are already working with a physician specializing in ED, they may even have someone on staff or within their referral network they can recommend. Some ED doctors are trained to perform ED massage. 

Final Words: Tips for Successful ED Massage Sessions

Studies show that regular, safe, and correctly performed ED massage may improve symptoms of erectile dysfunction. 

Here are some lifestyle changes you can make to boost the results of your ED massage sessions.

  1. Eat a healthy, balanced diet
  2. Exercise regularly
  3. Avoid smoking and tobacco products
  4. Drink in moderation 
  5. Reduce stress
  6. See a mental health professional

Living a healthy lifestyle can greatly increase your chances of beating ED. Some men incorporate massage with ED drug treatment.

FAQs: Erectile Dysfunction Massage

If you're ready to get your massage but still have questions, here are some Frequently Asked Questions we get at UPGUYS. We hope these help clear up any lingering doubts you may have about ED massage. 

1- Is There Conclusive Evidence That ED Massage Works?

Massage to treat erectile dysfunction is still considered an alternative treatment to ED. Most studies on ED massage have been small or limited in scope.  

However, studies such as one testing massage therapy in men with enlarged prostates have found ED to have positive results. 

2- Can I Perform ED Massage at Home?

While you may achieve better results with a physician or trained professional, that may not be an option for all men. You can perform ED massage at home using instructional videos online. We caution you to do plenty of research and use a safe, effective lubricant or penis oil to perform self-massage. 

3- How Long Does It Take To See Results from ED Massage?

One study showed that participants underwent ED massage 3-4 times per week for four weeks with positive results. Of course, some men may require treatment for longer or shorter periods to see the lasting effects of ED massage. 

4- Can ED Massage Help With the Psychological Causes of ED?

Nearly one-third of men experiencing ED have symptoms due to psychological problems, including stress, depression, performance anxiety, grief, past trauma, substance abuse, and addiction to adult content.  

If you are dealing with any of these psychological causes of ED, work with a trained mental health counsellor in conjunction with ED massage treatment. Some ED massage therapists specialize in relaxation techniques and working through difficult emotions.  


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This article is written for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. The information provided in the articles cannot and should not replace advice from a healthcare professional. Talk to your healthcare provider about any physical or mental health concerns or the risks and benefits of any treatment or medication.