... How did your marriage go?
Did you manage ok having sex with your husband on the first night ok?
Hope things went ok for you. (12 replies)
... alum douche (2 replies)
... How to Make Alum Douche (1 replies)
... An alum douche is supposed to give the vagina a "tighter" feel, which is generally accepted to be more stimulating for men. ... (7 replies)
... can someone tell me what a alum douche is? ... (7 replies)
... I don't think an alum douche is a good idea. There is little evidence that they actually work, and you are just asking to get a yeast infection or BV. Have you mentioned this to your doc? ... (7 replies)
... Rather than use an alum douche, why not do your kegels? ... (7 replies)
... Whatever the question, the answer is DON'T.
Alum should never be put in, or even on (as in deodorants!) the body. It is absorbed and is dangerous. (2 replies)
... Alum is great,for ur prob an hemmroids, 1table spoon alum in ur douche bottle (1 replies)
... I am a mother of 2. My youngest is 6yrs. I have done kegals, for as long as I can remember. Kegels can only do so much good. After having two kids I have realized that. I am 28 yrs old, and do my kegels on a daily basis, and they seem to be doing nothing anymore. My partner has an average size penis, not to big, not to small. But we have both noticed sex just isn't as... (0 replies)
... what is the ingredient in it? is it alum? what is alum? (7 replies)
... What is alum douche? ... (2 replies)
... does alum douche make you tight (2 replies)
... is it safe to douche with alum (0 replies)
... it's dangerous, leave alone. (1 replies)
... What's the question? (2 replies)
... Alum of any sort should NEVER be put on your body, let alone in. It is absorbed and gets to the brain. Dementia, anyone? (1 replies)
... what type of alum do you douche in? ... (1 replies)
... i want to try using it where can i find it (1 replies)
... No, there is nothing short of surgery which will make a vagina tighter. Douching at all is not healthy, as it changes vaginal pH and disrupts the natural bacteria in the vagina, leaving you prone to infections. I don't know the specific toxicity of alum added to a douche, but I'd certainly not want to put anything in my vagina that wasn't well-researched and FDA-approved! ... (1 replies)