Woman 'breaks' vagina after using vibrator six times a day

Woman 'breaks' vagina after using vibrator six times a day

A newly-single woman has reportedly 'broken' her vagina after using her vibrator as many as six times a day, ignoring several warnings from her doctor.

After splitting from her husband, Nadia Bokody was looking for a way to meet her needs, and bought a Rampant Rabbit sex toy - made famous by the HBO television show Sex and the City - for that exact reason. And after the dissolution of her marraige, Bokody said she fell in love with her new gadget.

"It had been a long time since I'd had sex. But I wasn't entirely ready to be intimate with someone new, so after some research online I decided to purchase a vibrator," Bokody, from Australia, explained to Mirror Online.

"I became obsessed with using it and the ease and speed at which it allowed me to feel pleasure again after months in a sexless marriage. It was incredibly liberating and empowering to really take control of my sexuality in that way for the first time in my adult life."

Nadia has a vast collection of adult toys:

But soon, the old adage of never having too much of a good thing was put to the test. Struggling with pelvic pain, Bokody went to the doctor to test for STIs, but each test came back clear. It was only after a series of questions that doctors discovered the true cause of her pain: the sex toy.

After a couple of weeks of using my new adult plaything, I started experiencing some pelvic pain and was hobbling around the office. Not making the connection, I went to the doctor to find out what was wrong.”

Nadia confessed that she used it around six times a day, which amounts to around 42 sessions a week. "The doctor started asking some questions and that’s when I realised the pain had been the result of me over-using my vibrator!" she explained. "It was equal parts embarrassing and hilarious."

Nadia reviews one of her favourite toys:

Banned from using the vibrator so her vagina could heal, Nadia has an important message for other women looking to explore their sexuality: a message of moderation. "The main thing to keep in mind when trying something new is to start out slow - I learnt the lesson the hard way not to use the turbo setting on your first go, and not to get too carried away!" she said.

Despite her experience, Nadia says she's far from burned out with her sex toy - rather, it's helped her to expand her horizons even further. "Sex toys are a great way to explore new fantasies and sensations, both on your own and with a partner, and provided you buy from a reputable retailer like I did, they’re really safe," she explained.

Bokody not only uses her platform to help encourage her 40,000+ followers to love the bodies they're in, but also campaign to keep abortion legal, and the right for women to embrace their sexuality without feeling threatened, writing in one post: "Let's stop dehumanising women who dare to own their sexuality."

To read more of Nadia's work, then check out some of her articles at She Said, or take a gander at her empowering Instagram blog.