Nurse Tweets After Two Women Have Been Hospitalized Trying To Quicken Their Periods With A Vacuum

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The biggest disadvantage of the internet is the heaps of misinformation uploaded by self-styled experts in every sphere of life. The biggest danger of such wrong information is when it concerns health. Weird and bizarre information and wrong advice can lead to severe and serious repercussions that can result in people end up in hospital.

1Dangerous trend of vacuuming menstrual blood

One bizarre new trend that has suddenly cropped up is women vacuuming their vaginas to quicken the menstruation periods and it are ending in unfortunate and dangerous situations. In the last few months, even as the stupid and dangerous advice does the rounds of vacuuming their reproductive parts to draw out their menstruation blood. Experts are now warning women not to resort to such bizarre practices and doing strange things to their private parts.

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2A bizarre practice

There are several bizarre things that some women do to their private parts, from using bath bombs to garlic for curing yeasts infections; we thought we knew it all until the latest and weirdest trend of vacuuming their privates. A nurse has got into the fray and has started warning women not to resort to such dumb things including a hoover hose.

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3Yes, you read that right

A nurse from Seattle reported that two young women of ages 19 and 23 did the dumbest thing ever. After trying to vacuum their privates to increase the pace of the periods, they ended up in hospital instead. The nurse tweeted how women are suddenly resorting to use vacuums on their privates to suck out the blood and make their periods finish early.

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4The nurse’s tweet has gone viral

The Nurse who tweeted has gone viral said “Ladies… Please stop using your vacuum hose to end your period early. You’re gonna wind up sucking out a lot more than blood! “There were two cases of this so far this week and both women had to be admitted. Just STOP!” She added “I don’t know if it was Eureka, Dyson, Hoover or some Walmart brand, but yes an actual vacuum cleaner.

The nurse also went on to explain that a woman’s period has a natural flow and we should not try to do things to upset that least of all vacuuming it. A vacuum will increase the natural flow by 1000 times and that is interfering with the body’s natural process which it will not tolerate well. The result will make a body go into a shock.

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