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Electrical Penis Stimulation
Yes: Usually it is immediate.Get a more detailed answer ›
Not recommended: The muscles of the penis are different from the other muscles you can reach with a stimulator. They are not voluntary, skeletal muscles. They are literally governed by a different nervous system (though many people already suspected that). ...Read more
Is trans-cutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) the same thing as a spinal cord stimulator? Differences?
Could you safely put a transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (tens) machine over the liver?
Yes: This will not harm the liver.Get a more detailed answer ›
Why does my penile foreskin becomes sensitive during involuntary sexual arousal and anticipatory anxiety?
The unretracted: foreskin covers the glans or head of the penis which contains many nerves and is very sensitive. When it retracts the area is exposed and the head of the penis will feel extremely sensitive. If you are not able to fully retreat your foreskin please see you doctor. Peace and good health. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
"Stop" = remission: Brian stimulation therapies (bst's) rely on electricity, magnets, or implants applied to the brain to treat depressive disorders and other mental disorders. Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is the oldest and most researched of this treatment category. The consortium for research in ECT study, found an 86% remission rate for those with severe depression. There are 3 other promising bst approaches. ...Read more
YES: Filipovic, kleinöder dörmann, an mester in a review published in 2011 (j strength cond res. 2011 nov 5) found that ems could increase fitness and performance. ...Read more
Seizure Treatment: Vagus nerve stimulation involves the surgical implantation of a small device, similar to a pacemaker, in the chest with wires under the skin which are wrapped around the vagus nerve in the neck. Vns has been found effective in the treatment of some patients with seizures. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can one injure their urethra or veins in the penis by using the squeeze method during masturbation? Squeezing under head during ejaculation?
Probably not...: Squeeze technique to ease or abort imminent ejaculation is applied before ejaculation, not during ejaculation. The degree of squeeze for premature ejaculation should usually not hurt the urethra or veins. For effectively managing your sexual concern, you need a comprehensive evaluation and counseling plus other applicable measures timely. So, see doc of expertise for detailing. ...Read more
Alpha - Stim: Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation - doesn't work on 100% of people. I currently use this with a # of my patients. It helps the majority. I test the patient with CES first. If it isn't making a difference - we don't use it. The patients who find it effective really love it. Yes it can help. Take care. ...Read more
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