Which is better for you? – The cervical mucous plug or the dryer plug
By now, you’ve probably heard of the cervical mucose plug, which is a very popular product for dryers.
It’s made from a soft plastic that is attached to the end of a small metal bar, which then can be pressed into the cervix.
This is very helpful in reducing pain and swelling, especially if you’re not having pain while you’re having sex.
However, there are some problems with the cervicofilament plug, and they’re quite serious.
The problem is that when you insert the plug, the pressure on the cervicle causes it to rupture.
This means that you end up with a lump of mucous that’s stuck to your cervix, which can then clog up your vagina and cause infection.
It also means that the cervicular plug is not a reliable way of preventing infection.
To make matters worse, it can also cause scarring, which makes the cervice more painful and painful to have sex with.
The good news is that there are a number of options out there, so it’s not just about one type of plug.
If you have a problem with the cervical plug, there’s another that you can try.
The first is a silicone cervical plug.
The silicone cervical plugs can be very useful, especially in areas where there’s a high risk of cervical infection.
However the silicone cervical does have its drawbacks, including the possibility of causing scarring.
You should only use silicone cervical after you’ve had a full exam to confirm that the problem is gone.
The other option is the dryster plug.
This plugs are made of an elastic membrane that’s attached to a metal rod, which are then pressed into your cervicle.
This device is usually used in conjunction with a cervical mucosal plug to help relieve pain during sex.
These plugs are not as reliable as the silicone one, but they’re much better.
However, the problem with these is that they’re not waterproof, and the cervicles are always wet.
This makes them more likely to cause damage.
It can also be dangerous if you accidentally put it in your vagina, or if you put it too close to the cervisis, causing the cervices to become irritated.
The dryer version of the cervico plug is the best option for those with dry skin and dry cervices.
It uses a rubber-like material to prevent the cervcicles from getting irritated.
However it can be irritating and causes scarring if used too much, so be careful if you use this.
The silicone version of this device is also recommended, as it is much better than the dry plug.
It is, however, not waterproof.
This will help if you do have vaginal dryness, or have been using the dry plugs for long periods of time.
The final option is a gel-like device that can be inserted into the vagina.
These can be used with a condom, or even just inserted with a finger.
It makes the process much more pain-free.
They are also great if you have vulvovaginal dryness or if it’s been a while since you’ve used the dryers, as they can be replaced.
These devices are also safe, as long as they are inserted gently, with your partner’s assistance.
If a lubricant is involved, you’ll need to consult a doctor before using these devices.
Read more about cervicovagina, cervicoplasty and vaginal reconstructionRead moreAbout the Author: Jessica has a BA in Creative Writing and an MFA in Theatre and Performance.
She has worked in a range of venues and productions including theatre, film, film school, theatre, stage and radio.
Jessica also wrote for the BBC and has been published in the Independent, National Geographic, The Telegraph, The Daily Mail and others.
Jessica is a regular guest on The Aussie Podcast, the podcast for the ABC’s national podcasting service.
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