Indecent proposal: Woman’s decision to ask her boyfriend to marry her goes horribly wrong after a Kinder Egg containing a ring got stuck in her VAGINA, reveals doctor
- Unnamed woman popped the question to her boyfriend one leap year
- Put an engagement ring in a Kinder Egg that she then inserted into her vagina
- While inside her, the egg rotated from being horizontal to vertical
- After he agreed to be her husband, the woman was rushed to hospital
A woman was left with a Kinder Egg stuck inside her vagina after a proposal went horribly wrong.
The unnamed woman took advantage of the leap-year tradition and popped the question to her boyfriend one February 29, according to Dr Adam Kay.
Keen to be original, the woman put an engagement ring in a Kinder Egg that she then inserted into her vagina, Dr Kay writes in his new book ‘This Is Going To Hurt: Confessions Of A Junior Doctor’.
She hoped that after some ‘finger work’ her partner would retrieve the ring and she would go down on one knee.
Yet, while inside her, the egg rotated from being horizontal to vertical, leaving it stuck.
Refusing to tell him what had happened until he agreed to be her husband, the woman popped the question anyway before rushing to hospital where Dr Kay treated her.
A woman was left with a Kinder Egg stuck inside her vagina after a proposal went wrong
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‘Equal parts unexpected, disgusting and romantic’
Dr Kay described the proposal as ‘equal parts unexpected, disgusting and I suppose, romantic.’
Although the woman’s boyfriend tried to remove the egg from her intimate area, ‘no amount of shoogling from either of them would get this particular goose to lay her golden egg.
‘Remarkably, she was so keen to maintain the surprise she wouldn’t tell him what she’d done or why,’ Dr Kay added.
Once at hospital, Dr Kay managed to remove the egg with forceps and the woman is thought to have made a full recovery.
WOMAN ATTEMPTS TO USE GARLIC TO CURE HER VAGINAL THRUSH
Garlic is thought to have antibacterial and antifungal properties, and scientists say it has been used as medicine for thousands of years.
Yet one British writer, living in Sydney, tried to use the plant to cure a persistent yeast infection in her vagina in 2016.
Susie Garrard, who also suffered from recurring cystitis, resorted to extreme measures after a combination of horse riding, stress, sex and long-haul flights resulted in the ‘mother of all yeast infections’
After trying every cure she could get hold of, Ms Garrard revealed to the women’s website XO Jane she even gave garlic a try.
‘I have to admit I was apprehensive about how the garlic might irritate my already much-upset vagina. But up it went,’ she wrote.
Ms Garrard planned to leave the garlic in overnight but by 3am she was forced to remove it.
She said: ‘The experience wasn’t exactly physically uncomfortable. There was a mild burning sensation, but no pain.’
The treatment was unsuccessful and Ms Garrard said she would not do it again.
Health officials do not recommend people try this at home.
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