This Vibrator Safety Advice Should Be Read By ALL Women

Sex toys are some of the most common things found in bedrooms of women everywhere. They are brilliant, as they let them explore their body, whether they are with a partner, or engaging in solo action. Still, they can be dangerous if used incorrectly, as Nadia from Sydney, Australia found out.

sad woman in bed

She claims that her new vibrator ‘broke her vagina’, and is now sharing her experience to warn women everywhere about the possible dangers.

A New Start

After getting a divorce, she decided to get some help for her sexual urges, and bought a rabbit vibrator. It is then that the fun, and the problems began.

“It had been a long time since I’d had sex,” the 34-year-old said. “But I wasn’t entirely ready to be intimate with someone new, so after some research online I decided to purchase a vibrator.

“It was quite odd looking back, that I was running a women’s website , providing women with sex-positive advice and information on using vibrators when I had yet to try one myself.”

“I became obsessed with using it and the ease and speed at which it allowed me to feel pleasure again after months in a sexless marriage.
“It was incredibly liberating and empowering to really take control of my sexuality in that way for the first time in my adult life.”

However, it is here that it went wrong.

She explained: “After a couple of weeks of using my new adult plaything, I started experiencing some pelvic pain and was hobbling around the office.

“Not making the connection, I went to the doctor to find out what was wrong.”

When all her STI’s tests came back negative that she realised where the problem came from.

“The doctor started asking some questions and that’s when I realised the pain had been the result of me over-using my vibrator! It was equal parts embarrassing and hilarious.”

It transpired that upon buying her vibrator, she had used it six times a day for the first week, all this on the most powerful setting. It seems her vagina just wasn’t ready for that kind of pounding.

Advice

The doc told her to give it a rest and let her vagina recover. Now she has words of warning for other women in her position.

“The main thing to keep in mind when trying something new is to start out slow – I learnt the lesson the hard way not to use the turbo setting on your first go, and not to get too carried away!”

Despite this, she hasn’t been put off sex toys in the slightest.

“Sex toys are a great way to explore new fantasies and sensations, both on your own and with a partner, and provided you buy from a reputable retailer like I did, they’re really safe,” she said.

To be fair, this is pretty good advice. No-one ever talks about ‘breaking themselves in’. Instead, it is only the fun bits which are discussed. The fact that the vagina may not be used to this kind of action is never mentioned.

So girls, be careful. Start off slow, using low settings. You will still have fun, and will get to the more intense moments in no time at all!

Martin Ward
Follow me

Martin Ward

Martin Ward is a well respected editor and writer with over five years experience in the adult industry. After stints in the Escort Advertising call centre and on the escort forum, he moved into the site editor position around three years ago.

Since then, he has specialised in articles on the battle for equal rights for sex workers, sexual health, as well as bringing the readers fun news from around the world. He also has a major interest in LGBT rights, and is an active campaigner in this field.

When he isn't fighting the good fight, he enjoys spending time with his girlfriend, and young daughter. He also enjoys reading and taking long walks.
Martin Ward
Follow me

Please log in here to leave a comment.