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Viagra and Cialis are the drugs of choice for men who want to remove the “dys” in erectile dysfunction, but those who have tried it were at risk of a variety of side effects such as headache, flushing, back pains, nasal congestion, impaired vision, and even heart attack. The FDA has recently approved a device that serves as a risk-reduced alternative.

The Viberect, manufactured by US-based “urological solutions” company Reflexonic, not only claims to help men with erectile dysfunction but also patients with spinal cord injuries who never get their penises function. And with the FDA recently approving Viberect, expect this device to become available as a prescription in the United States and other countries.

The Viberect works like a clamp-on vibrator that aims to stimulate specific nerves of the penis to achieve an erection. The rapid stimulation of both the dorsal and ventral surfaces of the penis, using high frequencies of up to 11Hz, and ten minutes of your time are all it takes to prepare for a successful sexual intercourse. In layman’s terms, the penis can erect by repetitive manual or vaginal stimulation, but if the penis does not stimulate under normal circumstances, Viberect provides an amped-up way of doing so. You can check this NSFW photo to give you an idea how it is used. The company is not clear about any side effects during or after the usage of Viberect.

The price is set at $300 plus shipping, which is the same as four months of Viagra, if used every day.

Source: Med Gadget, via Mobile Magazine

 
 

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Perhaps you may wish to check the frequency mentioned. 11 hertz is very low (below the level of hearing) so isn't something you would call high frequency. Other sites have mentioned this device operating being from 70 to 110 Hz (still fairly low freq.).
Glenn Murray on December 27, 2011 at 4:42 pm

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