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Patent US0200297992
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US0200297992

2. The method of claim 1, a first patch of the one or more patches affixed in front of an abdomen of the user, between a navel and a mons pubis of the user, the one or more nerves comprising one or more branches of the uterovaginal plexus. (0)

3. The method of claim 1, a second patch of the one or more patches affixed on the lower back of the user, the one or more nerves comprising nerves in lumbar muscles. (0)

4. The method of claim 1, a third patch of the one or more patches affixed on one of a thigh of the user, the one or more nerves comprising a genitofemoral nerve or one or more of muscular branches of a femoral nerve. (0)

5. The method of claim 1, a fourth patch of the one or more patches affixed on one of either a calf or foot of the user, the one or more nerves comprising sural and fibular nerves and their branches, or a saphenous nerve and its branches. (0)

6. The method of claim 1, the patches positioned so the electrical stimuli is applied axially on the nerves. (0)

7. The method of claim 1, the electrical stimuli comprising a series of pulses with a pattern comprising an intensity and a duration, further comprising adjusting the intensity or the duration of the pattern after each affixing of the patch to the dermis of the user. (1) (0)

9. The method of claim 1, the electrical stimuli comprising square waves having an amplitude between 5 and 100 volts, pulse widths between 100 and 500 microseconds, and a pulse repetition rate of between 2 and 20 pulses per second. (0)

10. The method of claim 1, each of the patches comprising one or more sensors that measure biometrics of the user and based on the measurement adjusting the electrical stimuli. (0)

11. The method of claim 1, each of the patches comprising one or more sensors in communication with a smart controller, the smart controller receiving data from the sensors and using the data to orient the patches relative to the user. (0)

12. The method of claim 1, each of the patches comprising a heating element that applies heat to the user while generating the electrical stimuli. (0)
 

13. A primary dysmenorrhea pain reduction system comprising: one or more patches adapted to be externally coupled on a dermis of a user, the patch comprising a flexible substrate, an adhesive on a first side adapted to adhere to the dermis of the user, a processor directly coupled to the substrate, and electrodes directly coupled to the substrate (7) (1)



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