Part 1: Question:
I saw an osteopath the other day and she made small vibrations through my belly with her hands. I liked it. She wasn’t only working on the endometriosis, but it gave me an idea...
Yesterday I experienced moderate pain so I took a vibrator, turned it on and pressed it near the pain. It relieved my pain instantly. I left it for 3-5 minutes and felt a little better afterwards. Now whether it was the vibrations, the placebo effect or it was just meant to pass, I don’t know! I tried to find some information online about vibrations and endo pain, but I can’t find anything and I wonder if this is safe...
Have you ever heard of vibrations as pain relief? If you work in the medical field, what do you think of this? Also, any experience/comment on TENS and Homedics iHeal for endo pain?
Part 2: Funny little story (question related):
I went to a sex shop to look at the different kind of vibrators for my experimentation. I found a huge one - it’s not for internal use and looks like a gigantic microphone. It has A LOT of power, I was impressed! I tried it on my hands and when I stopped playing with it in the shop, I realised that I couldn’t turn it off. I tried different settings, without success.
So I handed the humongous vibrator to the male shop assistant and said: “I can’t turn it off” (Red face).
I thought this would make you ladies chuckle