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Electronic Aneros From Scandinavia NOT E-STIM!
  • pnomanpnoman
    Posts: 145
    Check this out..

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dphjjNWIpMc


    fast forward to 0:44 to see the butt plug.

    I don't understand the language, but it seems that it is a medical grade device that provides electric stimulation to your prostate. It was designed for aiding with incontinence problems, but I have a feeling that it may be pleasurable.

    It looks a lot more friendly and safe compared to some of those e-stim devices out there.

    I know someone is gonna read this and order one. PM me with your results!

    Or does someone already have one?
  • Love_isLove_is
    Posts: 1,672
    Yikes!
    I don't think I'd want to try that!

    But each to their own. :D
  • Applying electric currents anywhere to the body is not safe.

    :idea: Ever noticed how a light bulb dies with a brilliant flash the moment it's turned on :?:

    Our nervous system is extremely refined and sensitive, and the electric currents that occur naturally in our bodies are very very tiny. Applying just a couple of volts across sensitive areas can cause currents high enough to cause permanent damage.

    Do not do :!:
  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,254
    GrandTiger,

    While there are some very real dangers associated with high voltage/high amperage electrical currents, controlled use of low voltage/low amperage electrical energy can be very safe and enjoyable.
    I know electrical stimulation of muscles has been in use by the medical profession for many years and continues to be an accepted, safe treatment option for certain conditions. While there are some potential serious dangers with regards to interrupting the heart muscle rhythm, careful electrode placements away from the heart and at locations where current will not flow across a path near the heart should pose little danger at the low voltage/amperage of these medical devices.
    Besides there would be some very unhappy women out there if you took away their “Slightest Touch” erotic enhancement devices!
  • Thanks Rumel, I'll stand corrected, though I'm very dubious about many things that medical professionals do that are accepted. So it is not something I would want to try for fear of the possibility of reducing my sensitivity to experiencing pleasure. I think I generate enough electricity of my own :)
  • The thing is that electro stimulation dulls you after awhile it is designed to numb you. These things come from the type of items that were made to dull the nerves to reduce pain. Several years ago i tried an electro plug it felt good the first few minutes it actually milked my prostate pretty good but i got numb down there and it stayed numb for like a week not good.