People do the strangest things to their genitals, all in the name of pleasure, or the pursuit thereof. OB/GYN doctors have found many an unusual object stuck in their patient's vaginas, and it should be noted that these items definitely do not belong there. Here is just a sample of these oddities, and reasons to leave these objects out of your vagina.
Anything Metal, Including Wire Hangers
Women believing that a wire hanger can end an unwanted pregnancy have tried to DIY their own abortions.
Many women know the feeling of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) before their monthly periods starts. You may feel gloomy and irritable and also have abdominal cramps and bloating. PMS is normal and usually does not cause you to miss school or work. Most women can take an over-the-counter medication for PMS and go on without incident. However, premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) is altogether different, encompassing all the symptoms of PMS and more.
If you are pregnant, ultrasounds are one of the options you have for monitoring the health and development of your baby. Here are three benefits that you will experience if you choose to get ultrasounds taken of your baby during your pregnancy.
#1 More Accurate Due Date
Ultrasounds not only let you see the baby that you are carrying, they can also help your doctor determine how far along you are.
The little pink plus sign just popped up, and you're ready for your first trip to the OB doctor. If it's your first pregnancy, you probably have plenty of unanswered questions. That's okay. Your doctor understands that new soon-to-be-mommies need guidance. Before heading out the door, put together a list (even if it's just a mental one) of what you want to know. If you're not sure where to start, check out these pregnancy questions that you might want to ask.
Needing to pee is a common pregnancy woe. Whether you're in the first, second, or last trimester, you will likely find yourself needing the bathroom a lot more often than you did before. Why is that the case? Here are the common reasons you will pee so much while pregnant.
More Blood Flowing In Your Body
You'll usually find that the constant need to pee happens early on. This is due to all the hormonal changes that take place when you first fall pregnant.