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"Dripstick" Against leaking after sex - is this vagina tool really necessary?

Anyone who uses contraception without a condom knows that it can drip afterwards. That's why a company is marketing a cleaning tool for after sex. What it's all about and what a gynaecologist thinks of the so-called Dripstick.

What the expert says about the vagina tool


We asked an expert. Johanna Janku, MD, is a specialist in gynaecology and obstetrics and works as a senior physician at Ladies Permanence Stadelhofen. She also offers sex and couples therapy in her practice Oh Yes Baby Yes. She doesn't find the product entirely pointless. "Sure, the Dripstick is a lifestyle product and not absolutely necessary." But what she also says is that "because of the consistency of sperm - something like jam - it doesn't all run out of the vagina again when you quickly go to the toilet." That's not the way nature intended it to be.


"If you want to avoid stains, you can definitely help yourself with a product like this and speed up the process." The gynaecologist also classifies its use as safe: Like some condoms, the sponge is made of polyurethane and does not contain latex.




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