VABBING: Women who use vaginal discharge as perfume to attract men are warned not to as it can be ‘dangerous’ – NewsRescue.com

VABBING: Women who use vaginal discharge as perfume to attract men are warned not to as it can be ‘dangerous’ - NewsRescue.com

Doctors have warned women that “vabbing” can be “harmful” to their sexual health.

Vabbing has taken over the internet as women use their vaginal discharge as perfume to attract sexually attractive men.

Women use this tactic by dabbing their vaginal fluids on their pulse points, particularly behind the ears and neck, to act as a pheromone.

Women who use vaginal discharge as perfume to attract men are advised not to do so because it can be harmful.

Mandy Lee, a writer and TikTok user, popularized the practice after discussing its apparent appeal on TikTok.

Women who use vaginal discharge as perfume to attract men are advised not to do so because it can be harmful.

Plus size influencer Jewlieah also vabbed at the gym, where she landed a hot date.

Women who use vaginal discharge as perfume to attract men are advised not to do so because it can be harmful.

Since then, more women have tried it and reported back on their experiences.

Doctors are now discouraging women from engaging in this practice.

According to Dr. Paraskevi Dimitriadi, a private gynaecologist at the Centre for Surgery in London, there is little evidence that pheromones work the same way they do in animals.

Worryingly, Dr Dimitriadi has warned that vaping could result in some nasty infections down below.

“If you use dirty fingers inside your vagina to collect discharge, you can not only potentially traumatize the tissue in your vagina but also spread infection, potentially causing something as serious as pelvic inflammatory disease,” the expert told MailOnline.

Pelvic inflammatory disease raises the chances of an ectopic pregnancy as well as scarring or abscesses in the fallopian tubes. This can lead to infertility.

“Dirty fingers could also cause bacterial vaginosis or thrush,” Dr Dimitriadi added.

“If you have bacterial vaginosis or thrush, your discharge can be offensive and will not help you find a partner.”

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