Woman who ‘broke’ her vagina shares hilarious warning about trying new sex toys

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By now we’ve all seen that Sex and the City scene.

The one where Charlotte discovers the Rabbit vibrator and cancels all plans for the foreseeable future, in favour of time alone with her new toy.

Well one woman from Sydney, Australia, has had her very own SATC experience – and let’s just say things didn’t end as well for her as they did for Charlotte.

Sex columnist Nadia Bokody has revealed how her vibrator ‘broke’ her vagina and now she wants to share a warning with other women in hopes of saving them from making the same mistake.

A woman from Sydney has had a similar experience to a Sex and the City character

After getting divorced from her husband, Nadia was looking for a way to spice up her rather non-existent sex life.

So she decided to purchase her very first vibrator .

“It had been a long time since I’d had sex,” the 34-year-old said. “But I wasn’t entirely ready to be intimate with someone new, so after some research online I decided to purchase a vibrator.

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“It was quite odd looking back, that I was running a women’s website , providing women with sex-positive advice and information on using vibrators when I had yet to try one myself.”

She ended up purchasing her very own Rabbit, and much like Charlotte York, she quickly fell in love with it.

“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.”

However, Nadia quickly learned that her new obsession came with a price – a rather painful and embarrassing one.

Rampant Pabbit
Rampant Pabbit

She explained: “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.”

When all her STD tests came back clear, it started to become obvious what exactly was causing the problem.

“The doctor started asking some questions and that’s when I realised the pain had been the result of me over-using my vibrator! It was equal parts embarrassing and hilarious.”

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Nadia was forced to admit to her doctor that during the first week of owning the Rabbit she had used it a half a dozen times a day – and on the highest power setting.

Her doctor instructed she immediately have a break from any kind of sex toy use to allow herself to recover.

Now she’s sharing an important message with other women to prevent them from following in her footsteps

“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!”

Despite everything, Nadia’s experience hasn’t turned her off sex toys – in fact, she has since expanded her collection.

“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 said.

You can follow more of Nadia’s sex and dating misadventures on Instagram

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