Intimate hygiene is a vital part of our routine. Everyone should make sure they are clean “down there.” It is essential for our health and important if you end up having intercourse with another person.
Most of us use normal, safe, and common products for this purpose. Nothing crazy that would put your health at risk. Unfortunately, some people don’t think carefully about the methods they use to service their lower regions.
Some women, for example, use vacuum cleaners to clean their vaginas during menstruation, according to a nurse – who strongly advises against it.
Vacuum their menstruation away
The site IFL Science interviewed a nurse who shared the bizarre phenomenon on social media.
She claims that several patients came to the hospital after trying to speed up their menstrual cycles – by using a vacuum cleaner.
They wanted to get rid of their remaining menstrual blood by sucking the unwanted contents out of the vagina with this popular home appliance.
The nurse, who on Twitter calls herself OdesseyT99, wrote:
Ladies… Please stop using your vacuum hose to end your period early. You’re gonna wind up sucking out a lot more than blood! There were 2 cases of this so far this week, and both women had to be admitted. Just… STOP! ??
– Nurse O ?? ⚕️ (@ OdesseyT99)
The post created heated discussions and went viral. The nurse continues:
“They used the hose to suck out their menstruation in hopes of making it end faster. I do not know what brand it was, but yes… they actually used a vacuum cleaner!”
Can lead to Hemorrhagic shock
She put out an important warning:
“Today’s vacuum cleaners are very powerful. They can suck out much more than just blood! Your period has a continuous flow that your body created itself. A vacuum cleaner works 1,000 times faster, which the human body cannot keep up with – it can lead to a Hemorrhagic shock.”
Many people don’t understand why anyone would try to clean themselves this way.
However, it seems that a warning is necessary – and we can only hope that people stop doing this immediately.
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