New popular method of vaginal tightening is dangerous, increases risk of HIV infection – Doctors

Doctors have warned against an all-natural treatment meant to tighten women’s vaginas saying it leads to painful sex and an increased risk of contracting HIV

Women are using tree deformities caused by wasp nests to cure their vaginas to tighten their vaginas.



Oak galls on an Etsy shop which has since been taken down


These oak galls are formed when a wasp lays eggs on a tree’s leaf buds so that the larva can develop inside them and now they are awash on online shops being sold as a natural method to rejuvenate the vagina and make it tighter as well.

Doctors are now warning against this method, saying if it ‘burns it’s bad for your vagina.’

“Here’s a pro-tip, if something burns when you apply it to the vagina it is generally bad for the vagina,” said Canadian Dr Gunter in The Independent.

“This product follows the same dangerous pathway of other ‘traditional’ vaginal practices.

Adding, “Drying the vaginal mucosa increases the risk of abrasions during sex (not good) and destroys the protective mucous layer (not good).

It could also wreak havoc with the good bacteria. In addition to causing pain during sex, it can increase the risk of HIV transmission. This is a dangerous practice with real potential to harm.”