ROP Study Needed
This is a repost from Edward at Men-Health Forum. It is being copied and placed here with his permission:
Originally posted by Edward
Greetings ROP users – I have done a personal study of my own that I wish to share on the effects of the ROP during masturbation and beyond orgasm. The following process shows my applications and procedures for the sake of obtaining the most accurate results possible:
1-ROP; 1-pieces of 3” stranded 12 gage copper wire; and a multi-volt meter set to read millivolt.
After removing the wire insulation from the 12-gage wire, I split the strands up to make to pieces of wire. With the ROP off my body, I looped and twist tied the ends together on the center of each rod securely while making sure that the lead ends were projected outward and away from my body prior to place it on me. In the bathroom, where I carefully placing the ROP on me, I had used the placed the top of the toilet bowl tank to rest the volt meter on, so that I was able to read the meter. I then proceeded to connect the probes of the volt meter by securing it with the use of alligator clips on the ends of the probe to the wire leads on the rods…so as to free my hands to be use for masturbating with.
In a flaccid state, I allowed voltage readings to stabilize for about 5 minutes or so. I then began to masturbate to about 33% erect and stopped to maintain for about 1-minute…I then continued to masturbate to about 66% erect and stopped to maintain for about 1-minute…I then continued to masturbate to about 100% erect and maintained for about 1-minute. My final step and measurement was to find peak voltage readings during orgasm and again about 1-minute after orgasm.
* Results: Voltage increased and maintained with very nominal variances during each phase of the erect state percentages while maintaining the erect states…upon where it peaked at orgasm with a range difference of as much as .100 on the volt meter and then immediately dropping off by as much as .030 and maintaining itself just 1-minute after orgasm.
Possible definitions of these results are left to the opinions of those who wish to comment on this experiment.
Fellow ROP users, test this and see if your results are similar. Post them here.