People say a lot of things.
Especially when it comes to our health because these days the Internet has made everyone certified to talk about any serious matter they want. While the Internet is an excellent source of information, we should always take any new information with a grain of salt, especially if it isn’t from any certified studies.
That is why today we are talking about yeast infection. Apparently, many people think that garlic can cure yeast infection. And while it is true that it has anti-bacterial properties, that does not mean you should insert a clove in your nether regions. Today we will be looking at a series of tweets from a Gynecologist who lists all the reasons why we specifically shouldn’t do this.
So scroll on below and take a look.
So neither should we treat it like a dish of cells.
And no, that doesn’t mean that you should cut it first.
Because people might have forgotten that garlic grows in the ground.
I honestly do not even want to imagine it.
So to sum it up; don’t insert vegetables down there without actually asking your doctor.
Very true, self-diagnosing has become very prevalent these days.
The placebo effect can make you imagine a lot of things.
So was this all self-promotion? Who knows?
At least she gave us a list backed up by facts.
What are your thoughts on this thread? Do you think she missed something or do you think garlic is actually good for your nether regions? Comment down below and let us know. Don’t forget to share, so your friends don’t have to go to a doctor to get a garlic clove out of their private parts.