Hank Alvarez
They had me buy a Tens Unit for the pain left over from my knee replacement and later manipulation under anesthesia. It works great and  a physical therapist, with a gleam in his eye, told me in a whisper that there were some great uses for it in the bedroom too. He suggested I look it up on the internet and I did. It looks like a whole new world out there but the manufacturer gives you all kinds of warnings as to where and how to use it, but nothing for fun in the bedroom.

I remember something I bought for my wife years ago that had electrode pads on her ankles that heightened her enjoyment but it was a wireman nightmare that you literally had to climb into. The Tens Unit looks like it could really be great. Has anyone used it on their lover's genitals or other erogenous areas? There are all kinds of warnings about using it around the carotid nerve in the neck and the head or near the heart but that leaves a lot left to cover. Can anyone advise me? I guess I've led a very sheltered life. Hank 
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Adriana
I don't know much about electric sex but there are a couple books:

http://www.electropleasure.com/page34.html
http://www.amazon.com/Juice-Electricity-Pleasure-Uncle-Abdul/dp/1890159069

Generally, I try not to post offsite links but I think I'd rather be safe than sorry here.

I do know that most people recommend only below the waist application.

There is also this guide to toys and electricity which can help when shopping: http://www.extremerestraints.com/electrosex.html

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mistress_kay
In our BDSM circle, it's generally accepted that you keep it off of the chest and head area. The extremities and below the waist are fine, but anywhere near the heart is a bad idea. I'd recommend the books that Adriana posted. They look pretty good.
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Tabu Toypro
Mistress Kay and Adriana - Thanks to both of you for the input! 
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Hank Alvarez
Thanks folks. I'll look it up and let you know what I find. Hank
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