Jump to content. Electrical stimulation is used to treat urinary incontinence by sending a mild electric current to nerves in the lower back or the pelvic muscles that are involved in urination. You may be able to provide electrical stimulation therapy at home using a unit with a vaginal or anal electrode. Timing and duration of therapy varies.
Sacral nerve stimulation SNS is a therapy that has been developed to help people who experience bladder and bowel problems such as fecal incontinence and constipation. A device is surgically implanted and delivers electrical stimulation to the anal canal area, the lower part of the colon, and the bladder. If you have fecal bowel incontinence or chronic constipation, the use of this device may improve your ability to delay the urge to empty your bowel, decrease the number of accidents, and improve your quality of life. Sacral nerves are located in the pelvic area just above the tailbone. These nerves control the muscles and organs that contribute to overall bowel control, such as the anal sphincter and pelvic floor. In some cases, SNS can effectively treat fecal incontinence.
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Erotic electrostimulation abbreviated erotic e-stim  and also known as electrosex is a sexual practice involving the application of electrical stimulation to the nerves of the body, with particular emphasis on the genitals , using a power source such as a TENS , EMS , violet wands , or made-for-play units for purposes of sexual stimulation. Electrostimulation has been associated with BDSM activities, and erotic electrostimulation is an evolution of that practice. Electrostimulation, in general, can cause tissue damage or even death if misused. The international standard on the basic safety of medical nerve and muscle stimulators advises "that stimulation should not be applied across or through the head, directly on the eyes, covering the mouth, on the front of the neck, especially the carotid sinus , or from electrodes placed on the chest and the upper back or crossing over the heart".