Not a pretty subject, is it?
Originally, this post was going to be on a different subject, but this issue suddenly became a lot more…relevant to me, and i figured I could at least maybe sway some people away from using terrible and potentially even more harmful home remedies. (Please, don’t put yogurt, and ESPECIALLY not honey, in a vagina.) Remember, if you’ve been having a yeast infection for a while, go to the doctors first and foremost. “Home Remedies” can only do so much, and it’s much better to be safe then pay for it.
These are considered by many other bloggers to be one of the best kegel ball systems around. I’m not going to give a full review of these because they’ve been covered more times than I could count, and also because I Don’t Support Lelo. I feel these are important to cover though, just to give my perspective on them for reference.
(Of course; when I redid my pictures this month, I forgot to re-shoot these…)
Snake bite kits were popular many years ago, until it was found that they did nothing to help snake bites, and could actually do more harm. They generally contained an iodine solution and a makeshift tourniquet, which respectively did nothing and only partially helped stop the flow of venom. The main part of the kit, however, were three silicone suction cups. While they also did next to nothing for snake bites, people are using them as a cheaper solution to nipple and clit pumps. So; I’m going to see how they can hold up in the word of sex toys, and not medicine.