Unbalanced pH. Sounds like chemistry class, right? Literally — because when you feel different down there, like with a new odor or more-than-usual discharge, it could be a sign that your vaginal pH is off. A balanced vaginal pH needs to stay in the range of 3.
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And since food brings your taste buds so much pleasure, it makes sense to wonder whether it might amp up things for your vagina , too. The thing is, you can incorporate food during sex as long as you follow one key rule. But if you do get food and drink on your mucous membranes, some kinds are more dangerous than others. When it comes to the vagina, Hilda Hutcherson, M. Hutcherson has even seen patients whose partners inserted the nozzle of a whipped cream can into the vagina, then let loose. Hutcherson can personally attest to seeing this. Sometimes inhaling food particles or the food just coming into contact with your skin is enough.
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Remember that scene from Sex and the City where Samantha covers her guy in whipped cream? Or that other scene, from the Sex and the City movie, where Samantha turns herself into a naked sushi tray? But how safe is it? For starters, anything on the surface of the skin is usually fair game. That means that drizzling chocolate syrup across your body is fine, and so is posing as a platter for sushi you're in the clear, Samantha.
Bethany Fawcett, a sexual health expert at Brook told Mirror online about the dangers of putting foods in your vagina. This week, a bizarre story hit the headlines, advising women to insert parsley into their vaginas to induce their periods. While it might sound like harmless advice, putting foods in your vagina can actually have some very serious side effects.