Braxton's quickie for the day...
Let’s play the stimmer’s version of connect the dots. This is a game with which every stimmer needs to become familiar, and it’s easy to learn.
On a piece of paper, plot four dots in the shape of a square. This represents the total number of poles that your power box can handle at one time. Next, look at your inventory of electrodes and pick any combination that adds up to four poles. Label each of the dots to represent a pole. Label examples: Sticky pad on sacral nerve, CurrentVagMini Pole 1, etc.
Now it’s time to connect the dots / poles. Using two colors to represent your two lead wires, start building combinations. This is a great way to generate ideas for new configurations. Here are two examples:
Male: The four poles are a CurrentLoop on corona, a CurrentLoop on scrotum, CurrentProMax (both poles).
Configuration #1: Lead wire #1: corona to scrotum, Lead wire #2: CurrentProMax (both poles)
Configuration #2: Lead wire #1: corona to CurrentProMax, Lead wire #2: scrotum to CurrentProMax
Female: The four poles are provided by two CurrentVagMini’s, vaginal and anal.
Configuration #1: Lead wire #1: vaginal CurrentVagMini (both poles), Lead wire #2: anal CurrentVagMini (both poles)
Configuration #2: Lead wire #1 and Lead wire #2: vaginal to anal
In either example, you will feel tremendously different results, just by crisscrossing the dots.
All of the electrodes I’ve mentioned can be found here: http://anna-braxtons-store.myshopify.com/collections/e-stim-starter-kits