Please Note: I am not a doctor.

Please Note: This is really weird.

Doctors are apparently warning women not to put wasp nests in their vaginas.

Huh. You would think that a warning like that is completely unnecessary, right?
Apparently not.

The Sun is reporting that some online retailers have been selling oak galls - which are nests that house wasp eggs before they are ready to hatch. Women, apparently, are inserting them as a way to naturally clean their "parts."

Huh. Who knew?

Apparently, the article states, the process can also have some sexual advantages....

Doctors, though, are warning women not to do this, because the practice can be dangerous.

You think? Do you really need a doctor to tell you this?

Now you know.

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