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The Doctors dive into a new approach some are using to spice things up in the bedroom that could add a lot more sparkle to your sex life, but is it safe?
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork asks, "Would you glitter bomb your vagina?" referring to a line of products that incorporates glitter into sex.
OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry explains there are products that when used before intercourse can mix with body fluids and create a glittery effect.
Dr. Nita says she cannot support using these products as they could lead to yeast bacterial infections. Adding, "On behalf of gynecologists across America and perhaps around the world, I have to kindly ask that you not glitter bomb your [lady parts]."
Dr. Ordon notes that the presence of glitter could also possibly adversely affect male genitalia.