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LERCANIDIPINE – ULTIMATE INSTRUMENT FOR EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE – This unique, state-of-the-art erection stimulation device is ideal for students and researchers seeking a high-level of stimulation to aid in their academic endeavors.
The implant is made from a thin film of an electrically conductive polymer which can be heated and compressed to create a fluid.
The fluid is then inserted into the tip of the implant.
The implant is capable of delivering up to 100% of the current output of the prosthesis, allowing the user to achieve erections that rival those of erectile prostheses, according to the U.S. National Institutes of Health.
It is currently available for $3,400, but with a variety of prices depending on the implant size and the implant material.
A study by researchers at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Colorado, Boulder, found that when the implant is implanted into a male subject’s penis, erections reached levels more than twice that of those of an erection achieved with a conventional prosthesis.
In a second study, published in the journal Plos One, researchers found that an implant inserted in the scrotum produced erections with significantly greater levels of stimulation than a standard prosthesis (i.e., erection levels greater than 2,000 times that of a placebo).
The study, which was conducted in a group of men, showed that stimulating the implant was comparable to the stimulation of a standard penis prosthesis in stimulating the erection and orgasmic response.
As the implant grew in size, the researchers found the average stimulation was less than 1% of that of the device used with a standard implant.
In other words, the implant’s average stimulation level was similar to a placebo implant, with no noticeable increase in the amount of stimulation being delivered to the penis.
One reason that the implant works so well, according the researchers, is that it is so small, it can be inserted into any part of the body.
Other than the insertion of the erectile stimulator, the study authors suggest the implants use the same electrical stimulation as the penis, but can be placed under the skin of the penis to deliver the same effect.
Researchers believe the implant can be used for both male and female students to provide a more effective, long-lasting erection.
“Although the device can be helpful in helping students achieve orgasm, its most significant advantage is that students can be trained to use the implant,” said Dr. R. Daniel Smith, professor of psychiatry at Johns Johns Hopkins and co-director of the lab.
“Students can then practice with the device to increase their ability to achieve and maintain orgasmic orgasms.”