Although some doctors have used massage or milking in the past there is no way to know just how many, if any, are using massage now. It comes with some serious risks and dangers and if they're using this procedure or treatment it would be with the utmost care. It's reported that some doctors have used massage to relieve chronic prostatitis, something that doctors routinely prescribe medications or drugs for now.
So letting someone massage your prostate or milk your prostate gland or doing it yourself may not be a wise choice. You may be doing some serious damage for a one-time experience which ends up may not being pleasurable.
As you probably know, the prostate gland is one part of the male reproductive system and produces seminal fluid and is involved in ejaculation and orgasm. It is located just behind the bladder and is about the size of a walnut. The gland is susceptible to many diseases and conditions including the most common, benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH), often referred to as an enlarged prostate, and acute or chronic proatatitis and prostate cancer.
It contains many sensitive nerves especially on the top and center part of the gland. Pressing or pushing on this part of the gland can do some serious damage.
The gland can be inflamed without your knowledge or without having any symptoms called acute prostatitis. If you're massaging or trying to milk the gland you can really harm it. One risk would be if you have acute prostatitis you could end up with Fournier's Gangrene, a serious infection, also associated in diabetes mellitus.
You can get blood poisoning called septicemia. Many people die of septicemia each year. You might cause some hemorrhoid problems. And worst of all if you have prostate cancer you may be encouraging it to move out of the gland into the blood stream or into the lymph system and spread to other parts of the body.