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Hands-free vibrating ‘sperm extractors’ are being used in Chinese hospitals

A bizarre machine is being used in China to help men donate their sperm for those who can’t or don’t want to masturbate themselves.

The ‘sperm extractors’ are being used in hospitals – first revealed in 2012 – are now being shipped to the US, Germany, Russia and France.

At £5,000, the pink, grey and white machine has a lubricated ‘massage pipe’ has a massage pipe at the front which can be adjusted according to the height of its user. 

Users can also adjust the speed, force, frequency, amplitude and temperature of the machine. 

It was invented as a possible solution to the falling sperm count which has become a nationwide problem in China, as the government tries increase their birth rate. 

 

A bizarre machine is being used in China to help men donate their sperm for those who can’t or don’t want to masturbate themselves. The ‘sperm extractors’ are being used in hospitals – first revealed in 2012 – are now being shipped to the US, Germany, Russia and France

HOW DOES THE SPERM EXTRACTOR WORK?

Jiangsu Sanwe Medical Science and Technology Company Ltd invented the sperm extractor.

It has the capability to simulate a vaginal environment. 

It can trigger ejaculation through massage, sucking, and vibration. 

The Chinese government said it could be the solution to their semen supply shortage. 

The machine can replicate the physical movements during a sexual contact by moving back and forth. 

Urological patients, who cannot produce sperm without assistance, found the extractor useful. 

It has a small screen on the top which plays films for the user to help them with the ‘extraction’ process. 

The Jiangsu Sanwe Medical Science and Tech Center claims they sell around 10,000 of the machines every year, according to reports. 

The director of the urology department at Zhengzhou Central Hospital said the machine was being used by infertility patients who are finding it difficult to retrieve sperm the old fashioned way.

The extractor machine might seem like an unusual way to deposit sperm, but the Chinese government said it could be the solution to their semen supply shortage.

‘Hospitals mostly use masturbation as their collection method, without providing a venue or equipment,’ said Ding Guijiang, inventor and chairman of China’s Jiangsu Sanwe Medical Science and Technology Center. 

‘This makes collecting sperm on the spot very difficult. In order to meet clinical demands, we invented this automatic sperm extractor, which is also user-friendly.’

Guijiang said the machine can replicate the physical movements during a sexual contact by moving back and forth. Urological patients, who cannot produce sperm without assistance, found the extractor useful.

Chinese hospitals introduced the machine in September, 2012 in a Nanjing hospital, the capital of Jiangsu province.

At £5,000, the pink, grey and white machine has a lubricated 'massage pipe' has a massage pipe at the front which can be adjusted according to the height of its user. It's also possible to adjust the speed, force, frequency, amplitude and temperature of the machine.

At £5,000, the pink, grey and white machine has a lubricated ‘massage pipe’ has a massage pipe at the front which can be adjusted according to the height of its user. It’s also possible to adjust the speed, force, frequency, amplitude and temperature of the machine.

It has a small screen on the top which plays films for the user to help them with the 'extraction' process. The Jiangsu Sanwe Medical Science and Tech Center claims they sell around 10,000 of the machines every year, according to reports

It has a small screen on the top which plays films for the user to help them with the ‘extraction’ process. The Jiangsu Sanwe Medical Science and Tech Center claims they sell around 10,000 of the machines every year, according to reports

The director of the urology department at Zhengzhou Central Hospital said the machine was being used by infertility patients who are finding it difficult to retrieve sperm the old fashioned way

The director of the urology department at Zhengzhou Central Hospital said the machine was being used by infertility patients who are finding it difficult to retrieve sperm the old fashioned way

The Chinese government fears a severe shortage of sperm donations in the future - and embarrassment is on of the factors. Recently, state-run media asked prospective volunteers to 'show their compassion' and 'help mitigate the country's ageing problem'

The Chinese government fears a severe shortage of sperm donations in the future – and embarrassment is on of the factors. Recently, state-run media asked prospective volunteers to ‘show their compassion’ and ‘help mitigate the country’s ageing problem’

 Aside from relatively small number of donors, the quality of semen collected has also decreased. 

At Fudan Univeristy’s sperm bank in Shanghai, only 10 per cent of the semen collected from more than 100 donors last year passed the quality standards

Recently, state-run media asked prospective volunteers to ‘show their compassion’ and ‘help mitigate the country’s ageing problem.’

‘Hospitals mostly use masturbation as their collection method without providing a venue or equipment,’ inventor Ding Guijiang told Reuters in April.

‘This makes collecting sperm on site very difficult. We invented an automatic sperm extractor which is also user friendly.

‘First of all it stimulated a female organ and then replicates the physical movements of sexual intercourse by moving back-and-forth.’ 

It has a small screen on the top which plays films for the user to help them with the 'extraction' process

It has a small screen on the top which plays films for the user to help them with the ‘extraction’ process

The 'sperm extractors' are being used in hospitals - first revealed in 2012 - are now being shipped to the US, Germany, Russia and France

The ‘sperm extractors’ are being used in hospitals – first revealed in 2012 – are now being shipped to the US, Germany, Russia and France

 

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