Erectile dysfunction gadget works harder than Viagra


Reflexonic, a medical device technology company from U.S. has announced receiving FDA approval for its Viberect device.  What this interesting contraption claims to do is help men with erectyle dysfunction and those with spinal cord injuries with a their ejaculatory dysfunction. The company claims it’s a real improvement in technology and will bring wellness of society, especially in times where male sexual potency is weakened.

Although at first glance the device may scare you, Viberect promises to aid you, and the lady friend with any bedroom problems.  It stimulates nerves of both dorsal and ventral surfaces of the penis using medical Softpads. Since the erection is believed to be a combination of successful nerve reflexes leading to a vascular event, the newly developed device mimics a rapid stimulation of both surfaces of the penis, simultaneously, at high frequency – 70 to 110 Hz. Viberect says a ten minute session with the device would be enough to prepare you for a “successful” sexual intercourse.  There’s other positives too, but check out the companies site because we really don’t want to get into that here.

With FDA approval it’s just a doctor’s prescription away.  The price is set at $300 USD + $20 shipping, about the price of 4 months of Viagra (using it every day).  Viagra will surely take a hit if this thing actually does it what it claims without any of the adverse side effects.  It could very well be the first gadget that gives us a boner.

 


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