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  • Perinium stimulator at end of aneros are uncomfortable

    any suggestions anyone? Thanks

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    Charlie1 Just like at one 'unnamed Burger joint' you can have it your way.

    "P-tab comfort" has been a discussion item since Aneros made the decision (early in this millennium) to cease making it adjustable. I'm a P-tab junkie and find my way to dry orgasm faster when using Aneros tools with a firm force on my perineum 'sweet spot.' The Helix-syn has a bit more give and spring in its p-tab so you might prefer that 'feel' to the more rigid Aneros tools.

    Although a few brave guys have voided their warranty by using a heat gun to reshape the forward part of the abutment arm, most of the popular "temporary solutions" involve some form of padding. This is addressed in the Aneros Wiki.

    For my first year I used the bulb from a medicine dropper by slipping it over the p-tab on my Helix-classic and later on a 'tail-less' SGX. As my Perineum responded to Kegels I've found I prefer the "stock configuration." There's variety in dropper bulbs so you can vary both the softness and the springiness of this solution.

    Last year brucemarkland suggested using a piece of plastic foam to pad the p-tab. Changing the type and thickness of the foam pad is effective in tailoring the 'feel' to your own preferences.

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