Smart 'penis pad' stops premature ejaculation by zapping you near your bum

BONKTREPENEURS have unveiled a bizarre wearable gadget that they claim can stop premature ejaculation.

The skin patch, called "Mor", sits between the scrotum and anus during sex and halts early arrivals with a brief electric shock.

Coordinated through an app, the zap suppresses the urge to climax, according to Jeff Bennett, CEO and founder of Morari Medical, which developed the patch.

He says that the device does not cause pain or discomfort. It works by interfering with nerve signals from the penis to the brain to delay orgasm.

Jeff said in a statement: "PE [premature ejaculation] is the most common male sexual dysfunction and is experienced by 30 per cent of men.

"Morari Medical is using science and data to address PE and restore confidence in sexual health.

"It’s our mission to use the latest technology to reframe climax control and serve millions of men to drive pleasure, enhance self-esteem, and live a fulfilled, healthy sexual life."

To use the device, blokes must place it on the skin before intercourse and sync it up to an app on their smartphone.

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They or their partner can then initiate a shock by tapping a button in the app. Users have the option to raise or lower the intensity of the pulse.

The device itself consists of a small battery, a Bluetooth transmitter and a wireless transdermal electric neuromodulation (TENS) unit.

This delivers tiny jolts of electricity to the sensitive area in much the same way that TENS machines are used on pregnant women for pain relief during labour.

"It's clear after conducting the couples’ study that there is a great market opportunity for a product that can help enhance sexual experiences," said Dr. Aaron Davis, of Everest Men’s Health in Minneapolis.

"Morari’s product has the potential to have a profound impact on sexual health and to improve relationships through greater intimacy and better communication."

The Mor was unveiled this week at the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The company plans to release it next year.

So far, no pricing for the device has been announced.

Premature ejaculation is when a man orgasms sooner than he had planned, sometimes within seconds of sex.

The causes can be due to thyroid problems, age or drug use, as well as stress, depression and lack of confidence.

A recent survey of 2,900 European men found that one in three reported suffering from the condition.

Among them, 7.3 per cent claimed to be chronically stressed, according to the findings in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.

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