Braxton's quickie for the day...
Email: Do you think it would be alright to do prostate stim while driving a car?
While I would be the first to concede it might make for a far more interesting commute, it's not alright in my book! Just north of the prostate is the sciatic nerve. While driving, we all know that the coccyx (tail bone) is under significant pressure, which means the prostate electrode would also be encountering upward pressure. This makes it likely that the electrode would push past the prostate and stimulate the aforesaid sciatic nerve. If this should happen, you would feel a spasm running down your leg that could be disastrous while driving.
Let someone else drive and I see no problem stimming as a passenger. Be prepared to explain your constant smile!