Doctors warn against “intimate” ways to cool down this summer

EAT ONLY: Doctors have warned against this intimate way of cooling down. CREDIT: Flickr

DOCTORS in Britain have warned women of a new trend that is apparently sweeping the nation to help cool down during the sweltering temperatures currently engulfing Europe.

Apparently the new thing is to put ice lollies into their intimate areas to lower their body temperature!

Dr Sarah Welsh of Cambridge University Hospital has specifically warned of the dangers of doing this to the health of their private parts.

As if people needed reminding, the main reason against practising this is that inserting food items into the vagina introduces microbes and bacteria into the body which can cause infections and damage the natural ph levels.

The ice can also attach to the delicate skin inside the woman’s body and can cause real trauma.

Dr Welsh advises people take more traditional measures to beat the heat such as, taking cool showers, staying hydrated and keeping your home cool.

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