Biomagnets in toes?
I have an interesting idea. I injured my big toe some time ago and had to get parts of the skin removed. Because of this, I have little feeling in the (very) thick upper part of my skin in my big toe. Out of curiousity, I have gotten objects like needles and poked them clean through at a surprising depth. This got me thinking, could I cut as deep as I possibly can without causing severe pain (I have no anesthetic and want to try to get a feel for biomagnets before investing in the whole surgery kit) and after cutting insert a rather large magnet and sew it shut. Will this work? I think I have a decent amount of nerve endings in my lower skin layers left, but the top couple layers are shot. Will this be a faithful recreation of a finger magnet? I know the functionality will be limited but will I get the same “sensing effects”. Will they be weaker or stronger considering the area is very mildly numb, but I’m also using a magnet that is several times bigger than the standard biomagnet. Would love to hear some advice. If I like it then I’ll stop being a bitch and get a finger implant done.