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A surgically implanted device has been patented that causes orgasm with the push of a remote control button.

Developed by a surgeon who works in the area of pain control, the Altoids tin-size device, which generates electrical pulses, is impanted in the buttocks and wires are connected to the spinal cord from there. During the implantation the patient stays conscious so she can give feedback directing ideal placement as the device is hooked up. Once in place, a wireless remote controls the device externally.

The product (called the orgasmatron) is designed to treat female sexual dysfunction. Medical trials may begin later this year, pending fundraising, which should be easy (hello!) but apparently has not come together as yet. The device could work for men too, but the first push is aimed at women.

As it happens I was at a sex related conference and met a woman who claimed to have one of these devices (which I had never previously heard of) impanted. The remote control had a dial on it and with a twist of the dial she descended (ascended?) into throes of an apparently uncontrollable orgasm. Was I being hoodwinked? I kinda though so at the time, but apparently not. It was a very strange phenomena- none of the normal build-up of arousal was necessary, nor did the person with the device seem able to resist coming if someone turned the dial on her device.

So many questions:

Is this is good thing?

Will each one have it's own code or will people be walking around accidentally getting "triggered" by random radio signals?

Will insurance cover this?

How much would you pay for this?- different articles I read quoted the expected price anywhere from $3000 to $15,000

To get the device does one have to be sexually dysfunctional or how about just curious?

Can I volunteer for the trial, if it happens?