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There are a slew of devices that track your movement, exercise and health stats, but would you consider a device that monitors your sex life?
The Doctors discuss a new device, which is being dubbed as a "smart condom" and is a wearable tech for "down there."
The makers of the device say data from your sex session is sent to your smartphone and they also claim it can allegedly detect STDs. The device is a small stretchable band that is worn in addition to a condom. Additionally, your sex stats can be shared with others.
"This is absurd," ER physician Dr. Travis Stork says, explaining that he is concerned about how sharing your sex life data with others could create issues like people feeling the need to compete to improve their stats. He also worries about the possible health concerns of re-wearing the device and questions how accurate the alleged STD detection technology is.
Is this device something you would bring to the bedroom?