Advanced Techniques For Female Orgasm Via E-Stim
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Between our vaginal stimulation and clitoral stimulation offerings, a beginner female stimmer can find plenty to occupy herself for many, many sessions. After all, not only is there electrode variety, but there is a variety of power box settings to be explored as well.
Sooner or later, the day will arrive when the fascination with the orgasm produced through basic stimming methods is supplanted by the desire for a new adventure. Let's explore a few options to keep in reserve for that day.
First we must introduce the concept of the "off" location. An off location is a non-genital location for placement of an e-stim pad. It needs to be in close proximity to a nerve that feeds the genital region. We offer two locations: the sacral nerve (actually, it is a collection of nerves) and acupuncture point SP6. The sacral nerve exits on either side of the spine, at the top of the butt crack. When placing the e-stim pad, you need to avoid the spine, so place the pad just to either side. SP6 is located above the inside ankle of either leg. We will stick to the sacral nerve in our examples, because it is much more compatible with the length of most power box lead wires.
Our first example will demonstrate how easy it is to incorporate the sacral nerve in your stimming session. In Currently Aroused: Your Guide To Great E-Stim Orgasms, we recommend a bipolar vaginal electrode (such as our CurrentVagMini) as a good beginner setup. First, apply a large e-stim pad on each side of the spine at the sacral nerve. Next, take your bipolar vaginal electrode in hand for hooking up prior to insertion. Grab the first lead wire and make one connection to the vaginal electrode, make the other connection to an e-stim pad. Repeat this for your second lead wire, which will usurp your power box.
The important thing here is to gain a mental grasp of what we are asking the current to do. With the conventional use of your vaginal electrode, the current travels between the contacts for a very short distance within your vagina. Now, thanks to the sacral nerve, the current will wind its way, starting on your backside, traveling down some highly sensual nerve paths that communicate with both the clitoris and vagina. That's quite a distance!
The feelings that you will experience with this technique are among some of the best that stimming has to offer. You will discover that the female genitalia prove quite receptive to sacral nerve stimulation.
Let's continue with the placement of the two large e-stim pads that we used in Example One. Take a CurrentLoop, a CurrentClip, or a CurrentCup (whichever is more compatible with your clitoris profile) and connect it to your first lead wire, along with one of the e-stim pads. Take the second lead wire and connect your vaginal electrode to the other e-stim pad. Once again, we are using both channels of your power box.
With this setup, we are asking the current to travel from your backside in two different paths: one path going to your clitoris, the other path traveling to your vagina. Unlike our first example, which produced "passive" stimulation of the clitoral nerve bundle, you will now be experiencing direct stimulation of both the clitoris and the vagina via your sacral nerve.
Which of these examples will be the more "moving" experience? The answer very much lies within you...it will vary from woman to woman.
For our last example, we introduce the concept of the multi-frequency stim. Most power boxes are limited to a single frequency control which applies to both channels. Therefore, the easiest way to introduce more than one frequency to the stim is to use an additional power box.
Let's define high frequency to be anything greater than 75. Anything below 75 is defined to be low frequency. At this juncture, you must rely on your personal sensibilities. Explore each frequency band until you find the right setting for you. Our favorite settings are 150 for high, and 5 for low. We have found it to be the case that vaginal stim is better suited for the low frequency, while the clitoris responds better to high frequency.
Let's revisit the configuration that we devised in Example Two. Take the lead wire connected to the clitoris and plug it into a channel on your high-frequency power box. Take the other lead wire, connected to your vaginal electrode, and plug it into a channel on your low-frequency power box.
It may require several stim sessions before you find the best working combination for you...but think of the fun you'll have along the way! Even more tantalizing is the fact that you still have two empty power box channels to fill, so get busy with your stimming imagination!
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