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Ferticare 2.0

£590.00

Ferticare 2.0

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Ferticare 2.0 – Penile Vibrator for Ejaculation (SCI)

Ferticare 2.0 By Reflexonic LLC, USAThe most powerful and effective penile vibrator ever built.

Now available in BLUE!

Categories: Male Vibrators, Most Popular (Men), Spinal Cord Injury Ejaculation,

The most powerful medical vibrator to help men with spinal cord injury to achieve ejaculation. This device is for external use only and the pad area is placed to the dorsum (top) or frenulum (bottom) of the glans penis. Made in USA.

Contents: Ferticare 2.0, Two pads, Charger, plastic hard case, user manual, one year manufacturer’s warranty for original purchaser only.

A recent comparison of Ferticare 2.0 and Ferticare Personal (no longer available) at the Miami Project for SCI showed a significantly higher success rate with Ferticare 2.0. It will be published soon.
Product Specifications:

Frequency Range : 70-110 Hz
Amplitude Range (peak to peak): 0.5 – 4.0 mm Variable
One Year warranty is included with purchase (valid for original owner only)
Made in the U.S.A.
This item is not returnable or refundable when used.

 

CAUTION:

Seek advice from your physician before use of this device if you have any concerns prior to use
Autonomic dysreflexia (increase in blood pressure, sweating, headaches) may be caused by various factors such as for instance an over distended bowel or urinary bladder. Procedures which involve triggering of orgasm or including vibratory stimulation may precipitate an acute episode of autonomic dysreflexia.
If the user has spinal cord lesion and is above the T6 level the user should obtain careful instructions from your physician concerning autonomic dyreflexia, its potential consequences, and whether vibratory stimulation is an acceptable form of treatment.
If the user is at risk of experiencing autonomic dysreflexia, it is recommended to use nifedipine (a calcium channel blocker), 10-20 mg, orally, 10-15 minutes before vibration is initiated and to stop vibration immediately at onset of ejaculation.
Read the instruction carefully before use.

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