NO...the alarms that go off is not because the detection of metal, its because of a detection of a sensor that they place in their products and clothing. It will set off metal detectors like airports and security buildings.View Thread
Are you using it for urinary incontinence or bowel? I work with a surgeon who says it is not for everyone. You sound confident and I hope your one of those that it does work. If its for bowel and if for some reason it does not work...look me up at firstname.lastname@example.org for an opportunity for a new product non invasive and over the counter but it is still in clinical trials and it looks promising. Take care Friend.View Thread
I think it helps some people but not all. It takes a long time for your body to adjust to it and to see if it helps. Many patients who do not benefit from this or who do not want any surgery or invasive procedure are directed to a clinical trial underway now in Los Angeles. If you want I could give you the info and atleast have this as a back up for the future or during the Interstim therapy. My email is email@example.com under subject write "clinical trial" so I dont spam you. Take care friend and good luckView Thread
There is a product that acts like an internal tampon that might help you. It is not on sale now but there is clinical trials going on in California. Email me for the info at firstname.lastname@example.org I understand that they need 500 participants and it just started so you have a good chance. Maybe this product is for you. It wont cost you anything to participate just use it and fill out a questionnaire and drop in a mail box according to a friend of mine close to the trials.View Thread
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