I read this thing like a year ago about a girl putting toothpaste on her outside vagina parts (like the clit) and it made her feel really good. It popped into my head today and I was thinking about trying it with some like regular toothpaste (not gel) I have in the bathroom? I wouldn't, like, put it INSIDE my vagina so it couldn't hurt, right? I just want to make sure before I do it that I won't end up getting hurt..
When you brush your teeth, how long does that minty, tingly feeling last? Quite awhile, right?
What happens if you apply this to your sensitive vaginal area and clitoris and it begins to burn or feel very uncomfortable?
Even if you rinse it off, the burning may not stop.
My friend had this problem with a "warming" lubricant. Her boyfriend applied some to her and within a few minutes she was running around in pain. She soaked in a cold tub of water and the burning didn't stop for quite awhile. She said it was very uncomfortable.
Then, she ended up with an infection because the lubricant that was applied to the outside of her vaginal parts went inside and it just wasn't happy.
So, what happened if you put that on you and get really into things and, oops, there is toothpaste inside of your vagina suddenly? You can't just fish it out.
Skip on the toothpaste idea. Purchase vibrators and dildos if you want toys. Purchase warming lubricant from KY Jelly if you want something that tingles. Even that is specifically made for sex and can cause big problems so you might as well go with something that is "usually" safe instead of some random object in the house. [ Peeps's advice column | Ask Peeps A Question ]
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