Weird things women do to avoid pregnancy
15 October 2014, 12:07
Nairobi - When men are told to be part of their women’s family
planning, they take is a joke but maybe they should take it more seriously
considering the fact that some women go to really extreme lengths to avoid getting pregnant.
If you have seen a tooth being dissolved in a glass of Coca Cola or
mixed with milk you will understand why some women in as early as the 1960s
thought douching with it would work. Maybe as a spermicide, I do not know but
some women have tried this. It does not work, so do not do it.
A woman in Brazil was recently rushed to the hospital for
apparently growing ROOTS in her vagina, POTATO ROOTS. How did this happen? The
lady in question took a potato as she had been advised by her mother.
Apparently, it was meant to work as a diaphragm would.
She on the other hand left it in there for two weeks and the
roots started growing and she experienced abdominal pain. Otherwise, you can
imagine if there hadn’t been any pain, how long it would have stayed and how
extensive the roots would have grown.
If you sew, you would know how the thimble works and looks.
It is also meant to work like a diaphragm.
This was smashed then its juice added into water. It was
then drunk, I am not sure what the expectations behind these were, but obviously
they failed biology in not understanding the digestive system.
If you understand the
damage that mercury can cause then you understand how this messed a lot of
women up. Long ago in China, women did shots of mercury after sex to apparently
prevent pregnancy. Still goes back to biology, you can imagine the kind of blow
the kidneys took. I think they overlooked the whole digestive tract and thought
it would go directly to uterus and kill all the sperm. Ignorance may end up
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