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SCS due to vasectomy.

10 years ago i had a vasectomy which resulted in nerve damage,had many ops over the years all which never had any positive results.Was fitted with a SCS 2 weeks ago(went straight to perminate device)and the results so far are very positive,still tender and sore but considering the type of operation that's expected.The device is doing it's job well,body movement is affecting the intensity of it so need to turn it off when in bed as it's uncomfertable,been told that will stop however in some case's it can carry on.


  • I have a few programs that I vary and every one of them has the same change when I lay down. The nerve is different and I need to go to 50-60% of the stnading or sitting intensity when I lay, regardless of the program. I run one program predominatley at ~11-14% except at night I do 6.6-7.0% and it even varies whether I am on my back or side. I dont adjust it once I hit the sack but I have found the sweet spot and sleep better with it on than I did without it.
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