Can vaginal electrical stimulation VES be used to treat sexual dysfunction in women? The pelvic floor muscles support the organs of the pelvis. Normally, they work together to promote healthy bladder and bowel control. They also help with sexual function, especially arousal and orgasm. But like other muscles, pelvic floor muscles can weaken.
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Transcranial electrical stimulation tES can be an effective non-invasive neuromodulation procedure. Unfortunately, the considerable variation in reported treatment outcomes, both within and between studies, has made the procedure unreliable for many applications. To determine if individual differences in cranium morphology and tissue conductivity can account for some of this variation, the electrical density at two cortical locations temporal and frontal directly under scalp electrodes was modeled using a validated MRI modeling procedure in 23 subjects 12 males and 11 females. Three different electrode configurations non-cephalic, bi-cranial, and ring commonly used in tES were modeled at three current intensities 0. The aims were to assess the effects of configuration and current intensity on relative current received at a cortical brain target directly under the stimulating electrode and to characterize individual variation. The different electrode configurations resulted in up to a ninefold difference in mean current densities delivered to the brains.
Erotic electrostimulation abbreviated erotic e-stim  and also known as electrosex is a sexual practice involving the application of electrical stimulation to the nerves of the body, with particular emphasis on the genitals , using a power source such as a TENS , EMS , violet wands , or made-for-play units for purposes of sexual stimulation. Electrostimulation has been associated with BDSM activities, and erotic electrostimulation is an evolution of that practice. Electrostimulation, in general, can cause tissue damage or even death if misused. The international standard on the basic safety of medical nerve and muscle stimulators advises "that stimulation should not be applied across or through the head, directly on the eyes, covering the mouth, on the front of the neck, especially the carotid sinus , or from electrodes placed on the chest and the upper back or crossing over the heart".
Effective date : Systems and methods are provided for treating a sexual disorder such as erectile dysfunction ED or female sexual arousal disorder FSAD. An electrical stimulation system may include an implantable stimulation unit, an external patient controller, and an external physician controller.