Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) for Premature Ejaculation

Martha Kempner - Writer And Sexual Health Expert

5 min read - July 12, 2023

Premature ejaculation happens to one in four men, causing a lack of sexual satisfaction. New treatment with gentle, electrical stimulation brings hope to millions of couples worldwide. Learn more about ejaculation and the technology behind wearable in2 device for PE.

How Ejaculation Happens?

Ejaculation is the expulsion of semen from the penis. Although it sounds easy to achieve, the mechanism is complex. If one or more components fail to work correctly, you may end up not ejaculating or ejaculating too soon.

Here are the key players that make ejaculation happen:


  • Lower spine.¬† Aaron Spitz, M.D, author of the ‚ÄúPenis Book," calls it the ‚Äúspinal ejaculation center.‚ÄĚ This is where the launch signal to ejaculate comes from. Information travels from the spinal cord, through the nerves to your pelvis, releasing adrenaline which acts as the ultimate ‚Äústart‚ÄĚ button for ejaculation.
  • Brain.¬†Deep parts of the brain release hormones that trigger sperm and testosterone production in the testicles. Other brain features act a bit like the brakes, slowing down or interrupting the path toward orgasm.
  • Penis.¬†Touch, pressure, and movement of sex create arousal. Add to that the other senses ‚Äď the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes ‚Äď and you‚Äôre on your way toward climax.
  • Hormones.¬†These chemical substances produced by glands and organs play an essential role in the sexual act and ejaculation.
  • Delay ejaculation.
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Electrical Stimulation Device for Premature Ejaculation

Since premature ejaculation is such a tricky beast, finding a simple and safe treatment has been a challenge. Men who ejaculate too early had to rely on messy, numbing gels and creams, or take antidepressants, risking severe side effects. Some have tried to learn sexual techniques and relax at the right moment, but these methods can spoil the erotic mood.

Wearable in2 device¬†is the answer to those challenges. It‚Äôs straightforward to use ‚Äď you apply it to the perineum (skin between the genitals and anus) and switch it on by pressing a button.

The device uses EMS to keep pelvic floor muscles contracted (or wear them out) and hold off the rhythmical squeeze-and-release action, which leads to ejaculation.

What’s Transcutaneous Electrical Stimulation (TES)?

Electrical stimulation of muscles may initially sound scary, but there’s nothing to worry about. TES is safe for most people, but you should consult the device's instruction manual before trying.

Electrical stimulation is a gentle method, used in medicine and fitness. You may, for example, have heard of using TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) to reduce women’s menstrual cramps and for pain relief.

There are many types of electrical stimulation devices, but they all have electrodes that send impulses to stimulate the muscles and nerves under the skin. The electrical current is feeble and should feel like a tingle.

Is Electrical Stimulation Effective For PE?

Virility Medical, the maker of the in2 device, conducted several clinical trials to confirm that electrical muscle stimulation can prolong intercourse. Studies showed that this method works for premature ejaculation. Here’s what the research revealed:

Measuring Ejaculation Time

Any clinical study of premature ejaculation must have a way of comparing ejaculation time. The most common method is to measure intravaginal ejaculatory latency time (IELT) before and after treatment.

Couples who decide to take part in those studies are genuinely adventurous! To measure IELT in heterosexual intercourse, the woman must turn on a stopwatch when penetration begins and stop it when her man climaxes. Talk about multitasking!

Clinical Studies Show in2 Works For PE

The research and engineering team behind in2 device conducted studies to ensure their innovative idea could help prolong intercourse. The initial safety study tested how transcutaneous perineal electrical stimulation affects men. No adverse events were reported.

In the first study men were asked to masturbate in a private room, having an electrical stimulation device attached to their perineum. The result? A staggering 85 % of men suffering from lifelong PE could last longer.

The second study invited heterosexual couples to try the wearable device during intercourse. According to the research paper published in the Journal of Urology IELT significantly increased by 3.22-fold in men who used the electrical stimulation device on their perineum. And there's more good news! There were no serious side effects, making the device safe for regular use.

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The in2 Device is not only clinically tested and proven to prolong sexual intercourse. It also obtained the approval of the Clearance European CE-mark.

Ready to give this revolutionary device a try? Order today and see for yourself what a difference one little device can make in your sex life.