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Aneros and TENS
  • eros
    Posts: 5
    I read about the Slightest Touch electro-stim unit designed for women recently, and found a .pdf written by B Mayfield on using it if you are a man....in conjunction with the aneros. I don't have a Slightest Touch unit, but I do have a TENS unit and I decided to try his method using the TENS. IT WORKS!!

    I am a two-year aneros user, and I was skeptical about the method he described, putting the electrodes behind the knee and to the outside of center. But, I'm open minded and curious enough to try 'most anything once...so, I set the TENS to the highest settings on the M band and inserted the aneros after hooking myself up to the TENS. (He suggests waiting 20 minutes before inserting the aneros, but I was in a hurry and already somewhat buzzed by a previous session earlier in the day, so I skipped straight to the combination). I turned the power down so that it was just below the level of sensation, as he instructed.

    It is hard to describe, and like most things aneros, it is very subtle...but it is definitely an improvement in sensitivity and urge. The feelings were more "normal" orgasmic...that is to say, they were more like the feelings I get when I am about to ejaculate...not just the nice waves of "head sex" that I usually feel. And almost as good, the feelings continue as I lay there after I took the aneros out. Every nerve seemed to be primed and on edge! This is a great addition to the aneros experience and I would say (after only one trial) it is worth going out and purchasing an inexpensive TENS unit online to see if it works for you. I would think this would definitely help anyone who hasn't gotten "over the top" with the aneros alone.

    I would be interested in hearing from anyone else who has tried this. Any further tips or tricks that make it rock?
  • zanebluezaneblue
    Posts: 224
    I'd be interested in that pdf. I've got a Slightest Touch and it doesn't do anything for me. Although I do use it for acupressure point stimulation to help with circulation in my legs, so I use it for health reasons, don't regret the purchase.

    But of course I've got the female version of the Aneros Super-O in spades, so I'm curious about his technique.
  • eros
    Posts: 5
    Zene,
    I'll be happy to email you the .pdf...can't remember where I got it, but I downloaded it from somewhere. Now, how to privately exchange emails? I'm new to the forum, so there may be a way to get mine off my profile. If so, just email me and I'll reply with the attachment.

    Sorry your investment didn't pay off the way you had hoped, but maybe you'll learn something from Mayfield's male application instructions that will help.
  • Found a pdf file on this at maymay.net/maymay/sm/aneros,%20slightest%20touch%20and%20the%20super%20o.pdf
    Hope this helps all concerned
  • artformartform
    Posts: 1,481
    I got my wife (and me!!!) a Slightest Touch for Valentine's Day. Ladies first, and it is really working well for her. Fuller swifter natural arousal for her is a good turn-on all around. She also feels closer to my "electrical powers" as I keep redeveloping the Qi Gong energy generation, flows and control.

    I made certain to get BF's instructions for use with Aneros and can hardly wait to try. Will report again soon...

    artform (and mrs. artform)

    PS Congrats and thanks to BF reaching your millenarian post!
  • zanebluezaneblue
    Posts: 224
    Hm. Doesn't do a thing for me. I tried the behind the knee thing (although I didn't cut the pads). No difference.

    I like it because of the acupuncture-type stimulation for health reasons, but I've never felt much of a change in orgasmic function with it.