A medical doctor, Dr Oluwole Yusuf, has cautioned against the use of toothpaste to tighten the female organ to prevent irritation and inflammation among other diseases.
Yusuf told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Thursday in Ilorin that the recent obsession by women to have a tight honeypot was unhealthy and this has resorted to the use of toothpaste to tighten the area which is a harmful practice.
According to him, the female organ is self- cleansing organ that the body system does without help.
“Toothpaste is caustic and too abrasive for a sensitive body part like the vaina and using such on it can destroy the organisms meant to protect the vaina from possible infections.
“When the va*ina can no longer protect itself, the body is prone to infections which could later destroy the tubes and block the chances of getting pregnant,’’ Yusuf said.
He urged women not to allow themselves to be “body shamed’’ by their partners thereby, leading them to “a journey of ruin and regret’’.
“If a man tells you that you are too loose down there and you want to ruin your future because of that, he will eventually leave you for another.
“Be confident in yourself and allow your body to be the way it is.
“There are different healthy exercises or practices that can be done that will slowly tighten the va*ina without posing a threat to the woman.
“Kegel exercises and Yoga exercise are part of the exercises that can make the va*ina tight without engaging in harmful practices,’’ Yusuf said.