Most dildos being sold in Ghana are fake and harmful - doctor warns

Most dildos being sold in Ghana are fake and harmful - doctor warns

An obstetrician gynecologist has issued a warning to Ghanaians to stay away from most of the dildos being sold on the Ghanaian market.

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Most dildos being sold in Ghana are fake and harmful - doctor warns

Most dildos being sold in Ghana are fake and harmful - doctor warns

Dr. Kwadwo Sarbeng, who works with the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) expressed wonder that people would blindly purchasing them.

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Dr. Kwadwo Sarbeng said most of these products are laced with petroleum jelly which is not the approved lubricant and therefore could have long-term effect on users if care is not taken.

“You may think it is the best but they are fake and I am wondering how they got onto the market. It is sad and I wish to advise our women to stop patronizing such products for the sake of their health”, he advised.

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The renowned gynecologist also advised Ghanaian women to desist from inserting foreign materials into their vaginas.

Most dildos being sold in Ghana are fake and harmful - doctor warns

Most dildos being sold in Ghana are fake and harmful - doctor warns

According him, the vagina is a very delicate organ and only suitable for the penis during sexual intercourse indicating that it is absurd for women to use all manner fluids with the hope of tightening their vaginas.

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"They are rather courting various forms of ailments for themselves. In some cases this results in inflammation leading to serious medical conditions that requires surgery", he stated

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