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As temperatures soar to unbearable highs over the bank holiday weekend, experts are urging women not to try this one thing at home. The UK has been hit by scorching temperatures over the last few days and it looks like the heatwave is going to continue through bank holiday Monday. And while there's plenty of good advice online for how to keep cool, there's one suggestion out there that you certainly shouldn't pay any attention to - no matter how hot it gets today. Some women might become so desperate for relief from the heat that they actually consider inserting ice lollies into their vaginas, believing it will help. But in case you were thinking about giving this a go, an expert is keen to let you know what a bad idea it really is. She said: "The vagina is composed of very delicate and sensitive skin, hence things that may seem innocent to other areas of the body, if they come in contact with the vagina, can cause infections, irritations and damage. The ice can stick to the delicate skin of the vagina and cause real trauma and damge. Dr Welsh continues to say that the sugar in the lolly could potentially disrupt the natural pH of the vagina and if all that didn't sound horrible enough, there's also the added concern that the lolly could break inside of you. Dr Shree Datta, a consultant gynaecologist from MyHealthcare Clinic seconded the words of caution and shared some advice for keep cool in the heat without harming your genitals. In June, a nurse begged ladies not to try and vacuum their periods after two young women were hospitalised for doing just that.
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Desperate, sweltering times call for desperate measures, but unfortunately not all cooling solutions are good for you, especially if it includes close contact with your genitals.
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As each new year begins, it gives us the chance to reflect on what has happened during the previous days, meaning loads of lists detailing just that start to appear on the internet in the new year. But who keeps track of this? Consumer Product Safety Commission. The latest information available is for , and here are some of the more unusual and painful findings:. One year-old lost her balance and fell on a metal pole, injuring her vagina. In another case, a year-old woman bruised her labia when she straddled a metal pole. No additional details or context was provided for either incident. In an unfortunate accident, a 6-year-old fell getting out of a shopping cart and hurt her vagina on the back of the cart. A year-old woman got a plastic bottle cap stuck inside her vagina when she was using the bottle to masturbate. When an 8-year-old girl attempted to jump over a broomstick, she accidentally straddled the stick, injuring her vagina.
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AS Britain enjoys a final sweltering weekend before summer fades away, people are desperately looking for ways to cool down. Most of us resort to sitting in front of a fan, seeking refuge in air-conditioned buildings or having a cold shower. But one woman was so hot that she thought sticking an ice lolly in her vagina might be a good way to cool off, according to the Metro. Unsurprisingly, it turns out it's a terrible idea and has prompted experts to warn women not to put the frozen treats anywhere near their genitals. Not only is it unlikely to help you feel any cooler, it could actually cause infections, irritation and potential trauma down below. Consultant gynaecologist Dr Anne Henderson told The Sun: "Anything with food colouring, dye, perfume or high levels of sugar will have a negative impact on vaginal pH and lactobacillus and could increase the risk of vaginal infection such as thrush and bacterial vaginosis. She said: "While you may feel hot all over in this weather, there is never any reason to put ice lollies in your vagina. Dr Sarah Welsh, co-founder of condom brand HANX , said: "There are many things that should never go near a vagina, and ice lollies are up there. Instead, experts recommend wearing loose cotton underwear and avoiding tight clothing to prevent any irritation or dermatitis developing. It's not the first time women have been warned against putting foreign objects in their vagina.
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Desperate, sweltering times call for desperate measures, but unfortunately not all cooling solutions are good for you, especially if it includes close contact with your genitals.

Some people might be so hot that they are considering sticking ice lollies inside their vaginas, hoping that it will help. The tissue of your vagina is very delicate, and inserting a frozen object can cause a whole heap of issues, such as a burning sensation, itching or general pain.

The ice can stick to the delicate skin of the vagina and cause real trauma and damage. Another concern is that the lolly might get break off inside of you, which can feel uncomfortable and harm your vagina. Dr Welsh also explains that the sugar in the lollies can also mess with the natural pH of the vagina and cause thrush or irritation. As you can imagine, it was also very messy. Another time I made the mistake of using an ice lolly to finger a girl with. It came off the stick and she had to push it out of her vagina.

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