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  • Ellesha Park
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    Nowadays technologies are almost everywhere, and I personally am glad that the world has advanced so much. They are made to make our daily tasks easier, so that we can relax as much as possible. For example smartwatches, smartphones, computers and so on. You didn't need to be geek to use these technologies, but not all people know about them and think that is something useless. So Nerdy is a helper who doesn't leave you. You can find an answer to your problem here, without wasting useless time surfing the internet.

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  • icnmgrjill
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    These e-stim units are growing in popularity. Great question!

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  • Judyt1991
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    Nearly a year later, are you still using that gadget? Do you feel it's still helping with bladder control?

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  • Luckydog
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    Electrical Stimulation

    I bought this great little external electrical stimulation unit at a medical technology conference last year for my back. I found that it helps with my bladder pain too. It is a much better device than what you can buy at a drugstore, but I paid about $100 bucks for it. Its made by HIDOW. I guess I don't see why you would ever implant something that you can use externally, but maybe I am just averse to surgery. The only downside to the unit is that the wires are kind of long. It has four electrodes. I put one on my sacrum and then two on where my back pain is. The thing will run about six hours before it needs to be recharged. I tried the Icy Hot one and I had to replace the batteries several times before it just died. This one has the ability to change the strength of the pulse as well as the type. I have had it for about a year now and I still haven't had to by any new pads (they gave me lots of extras when I bought it.)
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