Gwyneth Paltrow is a woman of many talents and innovations but there is one Goop product that I do NOT recommend…
That’s the Jade Egg.
Sure, there are claims online that a stone egg up your hoo-ha can do everything from balance your hormones to strengthen your vaginal muscles…
But the reality is that this little sucker can actually cause some serious damage!
Women’s vaginas are sensitive.
That means we have to be extra careful with what goes inside of them.
In this week’s episode I’m diving into some of the strangest objects I’ve removed from patients’ vaginas, the hazards associated with yoni eggs, and whether or not it’s safe to masturbate with a cucumber.
Give a listen for the inside scoop!
I’ll answer these common questions in this episode of The ME Spot Podcast…
-Are jade eggs safe to put in my vagina?
-Can I put a cucumber in me?
-How can I strengthen my vaginal muscles properly?
-Can I get a muscle spasm in my vagina?
-What is a yoni egg?
“When it comes to vaginal health, please trust the experts. Your GYN knows more than the celebrity who is trying to sell you something.”
You will learn…
-Examples of strange objects OBGYN’s have removed from women’s vaginas
-Why you shouldn’t put porous materials in your vagina
-Causes of Toxic Shock Syndrome and how to avoid this health concern
-What medical practitioners think about jade eggs being used inside you
-Why you shouldn’t try to lift things with your vagina to strengthen it
Remember these takeaways…
- Crystal eggs DO NOT belong in your hoo-ha! This is a recipe for infection, so save yourself the agony.
- If you’ve ever considered putting a cucumber or other cylindrical vegetable in your vagina… This is your sign NOT to do it!
- Women’s vaginas are sensitive, so it’s very important to be careful with what you insert down there.
- I’ve seen some pretty weird stuff shoved up patients’ vaginas, so don’t be afraid to tell the truth if you’ve gotten something stuck. Your doctor is there to help, not judge.
Your next best step now is…
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