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Yoni Pearl: It Has To Be In For 24 Hours Or More (RED FLAG)!

Yoni Pearls is supposedly made with natural stuff, they help clean and refresh you from the inside, making you feel balanced and new.

Yoni pearls are new to me. I really thought I knew it all about sexual health. I made my research. Stay with me.

The Key Takeaway.

Yoni pearls has loopholes. Just make sure to do your research, talk to your doctor, and think about alternatives before you try it. At the end of the day, your health should always come first. 

What are Yoni Pearls?

Yoni pearls are marketed as vaginal detox or cleanse products. They have several herbs wrapped in small mesh cloth “gems” or “pearls” that are inserted into the vagina, usually left in for more than 24 hours.

Sellers of yoni pearls claim they can address different health issues like toxin buildup from menstrual products or past sexual partners, yeast infections, bacterial vaginosis (BV), and even fibroids and cysts.

But there’s a loophole and it is NOT fully backed by scientific proof.

What Ingredients are in Yoni Pearls?

  • Calendula
  • Motherwort
  • Angelica
  • Borneol
  • Stemona Sessilifolia
  • Rhizoma
  • Cnidium
  • Osthol
  • Frankincense
  • Myrrh
  • Borneol
  • Ligusticum Chuanxiong
  • Corydalis Yanhusuo
  • Persica
  • Saffron

Put together, these ingredients are said to work together to cleanse, detoxify, and promote balance in the vaginal area for better feminine health.

Are Yoni Pearls Good For My Vagina?

No. Absolutely not! Leaving anything in your vagina for long periods is very risky. Bacteria can accumulate and cause Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS). 

You’re advised not to keep a tampon in for over 8 hours due to TSS risk, sellers of yoni pearls suggest leaving them in for 24-72 hours, much longer. 

There will be damages.

This practice is hazardous and can cause not only to TSS but also to pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). Plus, the rough mesh cloth can scratch your vaginal wall and causing serious irritation.

Is Cleaning My Vagina Bad For Me?

No, there’s no need to “detox” your vagina or uterus because your vagina is self-cleaning!

Attempting to change your natural vaginal environment can cause more harm than good. Vaginas naturally contain good bacteria that protect against infections and maintain pH balance.

When you use products like yoni pearls or vaginal douches to “detox” your vagina, you disrupt this good bacteria. This in turn shakes up your body’s natural defenses and spoils the healthy bacterial balance in your vagina.

What are the Risks of Yoni Pearls?

  • Yoni Pearls can disturb the natural balance of good bacteria in your vagina, adding to the risk of infections.
  • The ingredients in Yoni Pearls are not fully approved by the official health authorities, suspicious right?
  • There is little scientific proof supporting the effectiveness and safety of Yoni Pearls. So how dangerous they are cannot even be determined.

Can I Use Yoni Pearls While Pregnant?

If you’re thinking about using Yoni Pearls  during pregnancy, please think again! The ingredients in Yoni Pearls haven’t been studied enough to know what they can do to you. Plus, they can mess with your hormones, and that can cause problems to your pregnancy. Before you do anything, talk to a doctor. Don’t take risks with your body and your baby.

Can I Use Yoni Pearls for Fertility?

If you’re trying to get pregnant, just stick to the methods that you know actually work. That is seeing a doctor or a fertility specialist. 

Don’t just trust things you see on the internet or things that your friend’s cousin’s sister told you. Stick with the experts.

Can Yoni Pearls Cause a Miscarriage?

Yoni Pearls are a no-go for pregnant women. There just isn’t enough research to say that they’re safe. Some of the ingredients are even bad for a pregnancy, so play it safe. 

If Yoni Pearls Is So Risky, why do People Still Use Them?

The product actually preys on vaginal health insecurities. And women are still drawn to using Yoni Pearls for different reasons like wanting to feel more clean, or balance out their pH, or even because they’re really into natural products. 

But that doesn’t mean that they’re safe, or that they’re good for you since others do it. 

Alternatives to Yoni Pearls.

For vaginal infections:

  • If you’re having any problems “down there,” don’t try to fix them on your own. Talk to a doctor.

Vagina cleansing:

  • Keeping your vagina clean is important, but it is not complicated. Stick with mild, unscented soaps or feminine washes that are made just for your vulva. And remember to use warm water, not hot. 

For fertility or cleansing of the uterus:

  • If you’re having trouble getting pregnant, talking to a fertility expert is a good place to start. They’ll help you figure out what’s going on and come up with a plan.

Vagina detoxification:

  • Your vagina is a self-cleaning oven. It’s got its own cleaning crew, and they don’t need your help. In fact, trying to “detox” or “cleanse” your vag could actually do more harm than good. So, let your body do its thing.

For vaginal odor:

  • To keep things fresh and clean, you should wash twice to thrice daily with warm water and mild soap. Stick to cotton underwear and loose-fitting clothes and see a doctor if something doesn’t smell or look right.

For balancing pH levels:

  • To keep your vagina happy, stay away from harsh soaps and douches, and stick to a healthy, balanced diet.

Your Vagina Should Smell Like a Vagina and Not Sweets or Flowers.

The vagina is not supposed to smell sweet. It is unique, and that includes its scent. What’s normal is a slightly musky or acidic smell. It’s not gonna smell like roses or candy. And that’s totally okay.

Don’t let marketing or society tell you that you should smell a certain way. You’re fine just the way you are. Focus on good hygiene practices and if you notice something’s off, talk to your doctor.

Maybe, just for you readers, I should try yoni pearls, even if it means putting my life on the line 😂

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