vibrator therapy for penis, fda cleared

Viberect
ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23930610
newatlas.com/viberect-device/19312/

I got one. I used it two times so far. I noticed more sensation. I also started ejaculated easier. I think it lined up some of my nerves in just two uses. I have not tried it a third time because I don’t want to end up with premature ejaculation again. So I am taking it slow. It may not help anyone else. But I at least wanted it to be known. Most people know about viagra, and others, but not this.

This sounds interesting, any further updates or improvements?

Sorry for the late reply. I couldn’t find this post a few days after creating it, so I figured it was not approved. I have not tried it again. I decided to not continue for the time being since the treatment might bring back premature ejaculation permanently. On the other hand, I would have the option to try it again in the future.

However over the months, the faster ejaculation I experienced over 2 uses went away. (along with the increased sensation and brain-penis connection which went away faster)

I bought one of these out of desperation a few years ago and at times I have had some pretty good orgasms. You cannot use it more than about 2 times a week cause it can be a little rough on your fellow but when it works its worth it. I don’t exactly understand it but i can have a semi hard to limp penis but if I can keep the device on there I can have an orgasm. It can take up to 12 minutes for me but usually takes about 7. If I masturbate regularly I can have an orgasm but other than a general knowledge that something is coming there is very little to no pleasure. With this device it is more like I start feeling a build up, have some tingling sensations in my arms, and have much more of a satisfaction when I orgasm. To be honest this probably saved me from suicide cause the ejaculatory anhedonia has been devastating to me for 15 years. Unfortunately after a few years mine has started to not work right and I am trying to decide whether to get another one of these or try TENS. They are pricy but if it works it is well worth it.

Any updates, man?! Sounds very good.

I tried it once more. I was under a lot of stress from a new job and my sexual functioning was pretty low. I remember it helping with both a brain-penis connection, and helping with sexual pleasure a little. But not as much as the first time, but my sexual symptoms were in a worse place too (due to stress perhaps). I have not used it since.

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Anyone else try this?? Seems like the one guy had some success. It’s a bit pricy, but even if it helps just a bit it’s worth it.

I haven’t tried it but it sounds like it’s worth a shot, if I could have one pleasurable orgasm for once in the last 8 years then it would be worth the money. Can’t afford it yet though. also please take the survey

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A prominent urologist mentioned vibrator therapy to me today as a potential treatment for delayed ejaculation / loss of sensation. They noted that evidence for its effectiveness is limited. However, it seems worthwhile to attempt given the apparent lack of serious risks and absence of clear alternatives.

I was able to find a paper which discusses the efficacy of therapy using non-medical vibrators, which should be much less expensive than the Viberect device discussed in the OP. The results appear to be promising.

Notably, the paper reports that, over time, vibratory simulation of the frenulum was associated with increased ability to achieve orgasm, as well as satisfaction with intercourse. The paper also mentions that similar techniques have efficacy in men with spinal cord injuries.

The paper also contains some reports of the psychosocial impact of delayed ejaculation which I personally find all too relatable…

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