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Another wild-sounding email is making the rounds – this one claims that apple cider vinegar can make things tighter for a lady “down there.” Is this another crazy claim, or is there something to it? The Doctors weigh in.
Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman and Plastic Surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon agree that apple cider vinegar can have health benefits – when taken by mouth or a little on the face. But it doesn’t belong anywhere near the private parts! It’s way too acidic and irritating – it will burn delicate tissues.
ER Physician Dr. Travis Stork worries that this kind of unfounded claim can do a lot of harm. The email is so vague that it doesn’t even tell readers what to do with the vinegar!
Rosie Mercado wonders whether there is anything that does work to tune things up in the intimate area. Dr. Ordon notes that vaginal rejuvenation surgery is an option. Dr. Berman adds that women can do muscle-flexing exercises to strengthen their pelvic floors, and shows some egg-shaped aids to help with that muscle training.
In short, there are doctor-approved methods to get results – but don’t trust an email forward, do your research!