Doctor warns women not to put melted chocolate inside their vagina during foreplay

If you’re looking to spice up your sex life, you might consider adding something sweet into the mix.

From whipped cream to edible body paint, there are a number of food items you might want to try and incorporate during foreplay.

But before you go getting any wild ideas, a doctor has advised that you avoid inserting foods such as melted chocolate into the vagina and other intimate areas as it could cause burns or irritaion.

This unusual warning comes weeks after a medical professional reminded women what a terrible idea it would be to put ice lollies inside their genitals as a way to cool down.

Dr Datta recommends only using melted chocolate externally during foreplay (stock photo

You could end up with a nasty infection or burns (stock photo)


Speaking to the Daily Star, Dr Shree Datta, a consultant gynaecologist from MyHealthcare Clinic, explained how you can incorporate food into foreplay in a safe way.

She believes it’s perfectly fine to use melted chocolate in the bedroom – as long as the temperature is right and the tasty treat stays on external body parts.

“Chocolate is not dangerous if used in intimate areas externally and not too hot,” Dr Datta said. “However it is important to wash it off to fully minimise the risk of infection or irritation developing afterwards.

“I would not recommend inserting foods into the vagina due to the risks.”

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Over the last few months women have also been urged not to insert garlic,   parsley,   bath bombs  and  cucumbers  inside their vaginas.

More worryingly, a nurse begged ladies not to try and  vacuum their periods  after two young women were hospitalised for doing just that.

She claimed the women, aged 19 and 23, had used a Hoover to try and suck up the blood and end their periods early.

The unnamed woman warned of the possible dangers of doing this in a now-deleted tweet, saying: “Your period has a steady flow of its own that for all intents and purposes your body can tolerate. A vacuum increases the flow over 1,000 times which your body can’t tolerate, therefore sending you into shock.”


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