Researchers have discovered the key to a guaranteed orgasm
While some women have multiple orgasms, others fail to have one. But a French researcher has found a solution for those who fail to reach the climax of pleasure during sex.
A surgeon in the United States has obtained the patent for a unique device that can offer this sensation at the touch of a button.
The device has the size of a pack of cigarettes and must be implanted in the body by being connected with electrodes to the spinal cord. The patient should be aware during the operation so that the doctor can see which nerves the device should be connected to.
The generator will then be implanted under the skin. The device can be activated to generate orgasm by pressing a button on the remote.
Moreover, the device can even be programmed to provide a certain number of orgasms per day. The device obtained the patent in the United States, but his inventor admits he has to do more clinical tests.
The idea belongs to Stuart Meloy, surgeon at the Piedmont Anaesthesia and Pain Consultants in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
He noticed that a patient had an orgasm while he connected electrodes to the spinal cord to get rid of a chronic pain.
Stuart would like this invention to be used only in serious cases of sexual dysfunction, because it is still an implant like a pacemaker.
Although not yet tested for men, Dr. Meloy says the device will likely have the same effect.