Don’t Put Ice Lollies In Your Vagina!

It’s been really hot lately! Like really HOT. People have found ‘inventive’ ways to cool down which involve ice lollies. We’re not talking about eating them either.

We understand that it’s hot and some of you may get desperate in your attempts to cool. Some methods however are definitely not suitable for you. Especially if it includes doing things with your genitals.

Ice Lolly Cooling Aids?

What are we suggesting? Yes, ice lollies. Genitals. People have been considering putting sticky ice lollies INTO their vaginas!

The tissue inside of a vagina is very delicate and inserting a really cold (frozen) object into there could cause loads of issues. Such as a burning sensation, itching or pain.

“The vagina is composed of very delicate and sensitive skin.

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.” Dr Sarah Welsh, the co-founder of HANX, a condom brand, tells 

What if the lolly breaks off inside of you? Even MORE pain and uncomfortable for you and your vagina. As reported on the Metro, a lady was playing around with her boyfriend in bed and a lolly did slip up inside of her. It caused the colour from it to stain her skin! (Not permanently though!)

Sugar Sugar!

Dr Welsh also explains that the sugar inside of lollies could also mess with the natural pH of the vagina. Which will lead to an outbreak of thrush or irritation. A sugar free option won’t prevent that either.

“My advice would be to avoid any foreign bodies in the vagina for risk of infection

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.” Dr Shree Datta, consultant gynaecologist at MyHealthcare Clinic tells 


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