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Tens unit for growth?
#1
I read that a TENS unit can be used to help with lactation as the stimulation promotes release of prolactin. Would this be helpful for stimulating growth as well?
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#2
Hi Dawn,
I tried TENS a few years ago. I bought the special breast pads, and they were a waste of money.
I then tried the individual pads. The feeling you get is amazing, and very preasurable, but as far as any increase in breast growth. I didnt notice a thing.
It is fun to try and to vary the freg, and pulses.
Bobbi
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(02-07-2019, 01:18 PM)Happyme Wrote: Hi Dawn,
I tried TENS a few years ago. I bought the special breast pads, and they were a waste of money.
I then tried the individual pads. The feeling you get is amazing, and very preasurable, but as far as any increase in breast growth. I didnt notice a thing.
It is fun to try and to vary the freg, and pulses.
Bobbi


I think I'm seeing positive results, but then again, it's hard to measure. It sure is fun though Smile
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#4
My tens unit is awesome! Used everyday, it will really develop everything needed to make milk! I can feel my nipples getting "hollow" and thicker, my boobs are much heavier since I started using a Tens unit.
Put the sticky electrodes on your boobs, one on each side of the nipple, try to get them close. Play with the setting and enjoy. 
*watch out for orgasmic activity
I use mine in timed self bondage, heavenly!
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#5
I had read somewhere that putting anything say like the electrodes from an electro stim machine across the chest (heart) is dangerous but I can`t find where I read it.
My electro stim is awesome  for my lower back pain though Smile
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#6
Isn’t a Tens Unit just a century old medical quackery turned into a bondage toy? I hate the feeling of getting shocked, so I’ve never approached this with any interest thanks.
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#7
Not a shock but a constant electrical tingling that makes the muscles contract and loosen up. There are a few different types of units.
There is Tens, EMS, Russian intiferential (and a few others I can`t think of right now). The difference being each one works ad a different depth in the muscle and/or on the nerves in the muscle.
I have terrible back pain whenever I drink too much regular coffee so I usually stick to half - caff or decaf unless I`m feeling tired or wiped out. I have a unit that cost me around $30 and it does constant pulse and can cycle and man, when I use it it feels good. Not sting-y or shock-ey but vibrate-ey Smile
Sometimes I fall asleep with it on and the area will be a little numb after use but it definitely loosens up my lower back.
I just might have to try it on my chest Smile
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