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(@waltones)
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I have had my Aneros MGXSYN for about 2 months. For the first two weeks, I spent most of my time figuring out the logistics and procedures for my sessions. I did a lot of reading of the WiKi articles as well as the blogs. There is a wealth of information there, and it helps to re-read many of the articles for things you missed. During those two weeks I figured out how to prep - I use a bidet to clean, how to arrange a towel on the bed, what kind of lube to use - I tried 4 different ones before settling on a water based gel type. I also played with various music and ASMR (?) music - Mindgasm. During those 2 weeks, I had some minor successes - twitching, muscle spasms, tingling feeling in penis.

I then started listening to the Mindgasm lessons. That was really the key for me. During the first lesson I had many HFDOs and good feelings. The combination of flexing and toning different pelvic muscles was the factor that sent me into many involuntaries and good feelings. 

At about week 4, I started including some nipple stimulation - caressing around the nipples and then flicking them with fingers. Every time, this resulted in the muscle spasms and vibrations associated with HFDOs. I happened at one time to come to a period of “idling” - just a slow, rhythmic, torso wave of movement. This went on for several minutes and was very enjoyable.

My wife is supportive of my efforts to take care of myself and was interested in how I did a massage session. I showed her what I did and she was very inquisitive and trying to understand how she can support me in my endeavors.

My current session consists of setting my watch for a 10 minute timer. I turn on the “Launch” session of Mindgasm or some other music and use the MGX as a stimulator to my my body. I let it dangle between my fingers and gently bounce it against my balls, perineum, nipples and torso. This excites my penis and I get hard. After about 2 or 3 minutes I put some lube on my fingers and touch my anus and inside. Then I lube up the MGX and gently insert it. I am usually laying on my back with feet flat on the bed, knees up. For the balance of the 10 minutes, I just relax, listen to the music and do not consciously try to do any contractions or twitches. Almost immediately I begin to have spasms and twitching involuntaries. When the timer vibrates, I reset for 30 or 40 minutes depending on the time available. This passes quickly with almost continuous spasms and bucking. I refrain from touching my penis and enjoy the feel of it slapping against my thigh or belly. At the end or the session I again set the timer for 10 minutes and try to wind down by relaxing and breathing, but this rarely happens! 

I consider myself lucky to have this response and success so quickly. I look forward to many more sessions of learning and experimenting. I think the p waves have still eluded my sense that I am having them although my face and upper body does get flushed and I feel terrific for several hours after a session. 


   
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I use an Empi TENS unit for nipple stimulation.  The trick for me is its "modulation" mode on a setting so low I can barely feel a shock if at all.  Too much current typically desensitizes, especially continuous, repetitive signals.  Modulation changes frequency enough such that recovery is possible between jolts.  I know the thing is working from the moment it's turned on. Your entire chest gets sensitive, almost ticklish, then you start feeling the pressure build down below.  It makes sense as nipple stimulation gets the same CNS areas going as genital stimulation.  I can cycle power on and off and this alone is enough to get the endorphins flowing without anything more.  Sometimes shaking occurs like with a super-o.  I am confident that with little practice, I would be able to trigger one with some sort of nipple stimulation alone.


   
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@pu_manchu I have to advise that you do NOT use TENS on your nipples or anywhere near your chest it can cause a heart attack and I'm not kidding! Look it up, it is very very dangerous and unwise to use pads or electric shock anywhere near your chest to prevent heart problems.


   
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@pu_manchu, I have to agree with @techpump regarding the safety of using any electrical stimulation devices in the chest area.

Please take proper safety precautions when utilizing E-Stim equipment!

Please read this short Guide to Erotic Electrostimulation written by Dr. D. Williams. In particular note "The heart, being a powerful muscle, is sensitive to electrostimulation. If current is passed through the heart area, it could cause ventricular fibrillation, cardiac arrest or other serious heart complications. A person can easily die if medical personnel are not present to set things right. So, the most important rule is to never get the current near the heart and electrostimulation should never be used by someone with a pacemaker or other heart condition."

if you are interested in E-stim play there is a large group of E-Stim aficionados at SmartStim.com, with a wealth of information surrounding E-Stim usage, however, you do have to join the membership (it's free) in order to access the website information. There have been numerous discussions there about electrifying Aneros massagers. Most of those discussions revolve around homemade devices. E-Stim equipment is mentioned in the Aneros WIKI and in several threads in the Forum such as Electrosex and Aneros, electrostimulation...., Hesitating to post this but… & electro-stim + aneros / ‘sterostimming’. Please play safely!

Good Vibes to You!


   
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Excellent information, thanks guys.  My propensity to risk life and limb should not always be taken as recommendation.

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