Listen up! Things you shouldn’t put inside your lady parts

Female Reproductive System

The vajayjay is incredibly sensitive.

Spicing up your love life by introducing it to different objects other than the mjuls or mouth could be risky.

Read our list to know more….

  1. Soap

Your lady parts are amazing so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that they clean themselves! In order to stay clean and healthy, they have their own PH balance. It means that they regulate the amount of bacteria they produce.

Cleaning your vajayjay with soap disrupts this balance and can cause lots of horrible side-effects. Soaps can make your vajayjay itchy and uncomfortable and give you yeast infections. It can create a burning sensation and cause urinary tract infections. All you need to do to keep your vajayjay clean is to rinse it with water in the shower.

2. Douching
A douche squirts water (sometimes scented) inside the vajayjay in order to ‘clean’ it. However, it can cause health problems. The PH balance (bacteria) in the vajayjay is very fragile and squirting water into it not only introduces unwanted bacteria in the vajayjay but can also push bacteria further up into the reproductive organs.

3. Sugar
Although you may not realise it, certain edible things that you use to spice up your sex life like chocolate sauce and whipped cream are full of sugar. Sugar feeds bad bacteria and things like chocolate sauce can dry your vajayjay out. Putting sugary things into your vajayjay can cause infections and irritations. It’s best to use sugary sauces over your upper body.

4. Flavoured condoms
Flavoured condoms were created for oral sex and not for penetrative sex. They usually contain sugar (which makes them taste so nice) and are usually scented to suit their flavour (which makes them smell nice too). However, both sugar and scent can cause vajayjal infections so unless you really like them for oral sex, it’s best not to use them at all.

5. Fruits and vegetables
Putting a banana into your vajayjay may seem like a fun way to spice up your sex life or a cheap alternative to a sex toy. But your vajayjay may not feel the same way! Even if you wash the fruit or vegetable beforehand, it could still carry bacteria causing infections that is harmful to your vajayjay. A safe alternative is putting a condom on any mjuls-shaped fruit or vegetable to prevent direct contact. Any other type of food play should avoid your vajayjay entirely.

6. Jelly-rubber sex toys
Sex toys can be a great addition to your sex life. There are hundreds of variations to suit everybody’s needs. However, jelly rubber sex toys are not always safe in the long run. Preliminary research has found hat they could cause infections as well as cancer. This happens when the sex toy wears out and small cuts and holes appear. Even if you clean the sex toy well after each use, bacteria can stay inside these small holes and cause infections next time you use it. Instead of buying jelly rubber sex toys, go for silicone, stainless steel or hard plastic.

7. Drugs and alcohol
People have been found to use drugs and alcohol in their vajayjays. There has been a craze in America of putting a vodka-soaked tampon into the vajayjay to get drunk quicker. This can be dangerous.

Drugs and alcohol are full of chemicals and still pose the same, if not higher risks if you put them in your vajayjay than any other method of consumption. Absorbing alcohol through your vajayjay can increase the risks of alcohol poisoning as it is absorbed directly into the bloodstream without being filtered through the liver first.

The vajayjay is also incredibly sensitive. These chemicals cause painful burning sensations, whilst killing the healthy bacteria that keeps your vajayjay clean and healthy. Using high amounts could cause anything from an infection to an overdose and should not be risked.

8.. Fairness creams
Lastly, you may feel tempted to try fairness creams around your vajayjay but don’t! Fairness creams in general can be very dangerous as many contain mercury. It is also known to cause anxiety, depression, psychosis and peripheral neuropathy, which damages nerves.

You may believe that branded creams are less dangerous but studies have found that this is not the case. So not only should you not use these creams around your vajayjay but you should avoid using them on your body altogether.

Source: Love Matters