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Talk about a hot mess.
A woman who has tried the so-called “vaginal steaming” was suffering from second-degree burns, according to a new study in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of Canada.
The 62-year-old woman, who was not named in the report, and tried out the method in an attempt to get to the vaginal prolapse.” The vaginal prolapse, as per eMedicineHealth is a condition in which structures such as the uterus, rectum, bladder, urethra, small bowel, or the vagina itself may begin to prolapse, or fall out of their normal positions.”
The woman was said to have been an attempt at vaginal steaming — the process of getting the steam into the vagina, following the doctor’s treatment of her vaginal prolapse operation is recommended for the condition, according to the report, as quoted by Forbes.
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A traditional Chinese doctor apparently recommended the woman’s to try the vaginal steam treatment, tell the wife to prepare a pan of boiling hot water mixed with herbal medicine, and puts the pan on the edge of her bowl,” as per Forbes.
She was sitting over the steam for about 20 minutes and do this every day for a couple of days. Later, after noticing she had a bloody discharge, the woman went to an emergency room. The doctors there reportedly told her that she was supposed to be a second-degree burn injury to the lining of her cervix and the vagina, which is caused by the flow of blood.
Surprisingly, the woman did not feel pain, according to the report, which noted she was told to apply Polysporin antibiotic ointment and wrap the area in gauze.
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There is no scientific evidence to prove that you have a vaginal steaming which in popularity after actress Gwyneth Paltrow endorsed it on her web site, Goop.com in 2015, it is a disorder, per healthline.
In fact, since the vagina is self-cleaning, is the process of steaming can lead to the growth of unwanted bacteria that can lead to yeast infections and other vaginal afflictions.
“The vaginal skin is very delicate, sensitive and easily traumatized. The purpose of the practice is to be a plume of warm steam that can lead to vaginal burns and burns,” healthline is added.