Britisk avis advarer: – Ikke putt iskrem i vaginaen

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Avisen Metro publiserte onsdag 24. juli en artikkel hvor de advarer kvinner mot å putte iskrem i vaginaen. Ifølge en britisk lege kan iskrem i vaginaen forårsake infeksjoner, irritasjon og skade.

Artikkelen i Metro er relatert til den hetebølgen som mange europeiske land opplever denne uken.

Også andre britiske aviser, som The Daily Mirror, har gjengitt artikkelen fra Metro. Så viktig er artikkelen, åpenbart. Ifølge The Daily Mirror har UK også hatt temperaturer opp til 39 varmegrader denne uken.

Artikkelen i Metro kan leses her: Please, do not put ice lollies into your vagina to cool down

Artikkelen i The Daily Mirror kan leses her: Women warned not to put ice lollies in their vagina to cool off during heatwave

Er det varmt, så er det varmt.

Metro skriver:

Some of us get angry and frustrated because it’s too hot to do, well, anything, while others find inventive ways to deal with the heat.

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.

Ikke bare iskrem er uheldig å putte inn i vaginaen. Metro advarer også mot persille, aubergine, badebomber og hvitløksbåter. Samt også støvsugere.

Metro skriver videre:

Before we go on, here’s a quick recap of things that don’t belong inside your vagina: say no to parsley, aubergine, bath bombs, and garlic cloves.

While you’re at, keep your genitals away from vacuum cleaners, too.

Now, for the ice lollies. 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.

Godt å vite.

Intervjuer lege

Avisen Metro har intervjuet den britiske legen Sarah Welsh i forbindelse med saken. Hun er medgrunnlegger av det britiske kondom-merket HANX.

Metro skriver:

‘The vagina is composed of very delicate and sensitive skin,’ Dr Sarah Welsh, the co-founder of HANX, a condom brand, tells Metro.co.uk.

‘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.

‘There are many things that should never go near a vagina, and ice lollies are up there. The ice can stick to the delicate skin of the vagina and cause real trauma and damage.

‘What’s more, putting any foodstuff inside your vagina can introduce microbes, disrupting its normal balance and allowing an environment for bacteria to grow and infections to develop.

Another concern is that the lolly might get break off inside of you, which can feel uncomfortable and harm your vagina.

Hmm… så det er altså ikke helt bra å putte iskrem i vaginaen. Hvem kunne trodd det?

Vel, det er godt at vi har eksperter – og store, seriøse aviser – som kan minne oss om at iskrem ikke skal inn i andre kroppsåpninger enn munnen.

Ikke Snickers-is heller

Metro fortsetter:

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. And no, swapping to a sugar-free option doesn’t mean you’re in the clear.

While we’re on the topic of summer treats, it is also a very bad idea to put dairy-based ice cream into your vagina.

A friend of mine once put a Snickers ice cream bar inside her vagina as part of a foreplay scenario with her then boyfriend, and she wasn’t impressed with the feeling. As you can imagine, it was also very messy.

Vel, vi kan alle forestille oss at det måtte være en klissete affære. Bokstavelig talt.

Advarselen mot å putte iskrem i fitta er åpenbart såpass viktig, at flere britiske aviser har plukket opp saken.

Gynekologens råd

Den britiske gynekologens Shree Datta anbefaler andre metoder for å kjøle seg ned i varmen.

Metro skriver:

‘My advice would be to avoid any foreign bodies in the vagina for risk of infection,’ Dr Shree Datta, consultant gynaecologist at MyHealthcare Clinic tells Metro.co.uk.

‘I would suggest loose cotton underwear and avoiding tight clothing to prevent any irritation and dermatitis developing.

‘A cool shower (without internal douching) and keeping well hydrated should suffice.’

If you do want to indulge in some heatwave fun with a lover, that’s absolutely fine – but leave the vagina out of it. You can run ice cubes over your lover’s skin or nibble on a piece of ice and blow cool air on sensitive parts of their body.

If you’re really suffering from the rising temperatures, go all out and have a cold shower or bath together. By all means, enjoy an ice lolly this summer – just not in your vagina.

Jeg vet ikke hva som er det verste. At britiske aviser føler at de må opplyse om dette, eller at folk trenger å bli fortalt sånne ting.

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