Intensity for Anal Use

Kayla Kayla
I noticed that the Intensity's instruction guide mentions specifically not to use it for oral or anal use. I understand the oral use, but why the anal use? (Just curious!) Was it because it wasn't tested anally or because it could actually do damage with the electro-stim when used anally?
01/10/2012
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Elnoa Elnoa
Keep in mind that electrocution through the anus is how they kill livestock.

Anyway, that's enough to scare me off it.
01/10/2012
Al B. Al B.
The medical team that created the FDA approved version of Intensity (without vibration, plus much more clinical...designed to strengthen kegel muscles for incontenence) did not get approval for anal use as the electro stimulation was designed to create a kegel benefit only. We are not endorsing the use of the item for any other use than as intended.
01/10/2012
Antipova Antipova
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Originally posted by Al B.
The medical team that created the FDA approved version of Intensity (without vibration, plus much more clinical...designed to strengthen kegel muscles for incontenence) did not get approval for anal use as the electro stimulation was designed to ... More
Fair enough!

I usually don't follow instructions to the dotted i and crossed t, but for some reason I'm just not at all compelled to use Intensity anally. It's going to stay where it was tested and approved for!
01/10/2012
Kindred Kindred
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Originally posted by Al B.
The medical team that created the FDA approved version of Intensity (without vibration, plus much more clinical...designed to strengthen kegel muscles for incontenence) did not get approval for anal use as the electro stimulation was designed to ... More
I would guess that the medical product did not get approval for anal use because there would be no medical benefit anally. Anal/fecal incontinence is typically more of a neurological issue (at least in animals) and not one of muscle weakness. So strengthening of the muscles would have no benefit. The FDA would not approve it without demonstrating a medical use. I'm certainly curious to try it.
01/10/2012
Kayla Kayla
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Originally posted by Kindred
I would guess that the medical product did not get approval for anal use because there would be no medical benefit anally. Anal/fecal incontinence is typically more of a neurological issue (at least in animals) and not one of muscle weakness. So ... More
Same here. I'd be curious how it could feel anally, but I wanted to make sure there wasn't a specific reason that it said "no anal use". As long as it's just because of non-testing (which makes perfect sense, Al!), it might be something to venture into...
01/11/2012
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