Can Vibrators cause Infertility?

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Anonymous #1
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I use a very high-frequency vibrator. I don't use it a lot- only when home alone, which is rare. But been home alone for 2 days now and yes I used it yesterday and today.I use it for a while actually, like to push myself and orgasm really really hard. Which is achieved multiple times with this vibrator.

But I do worry after I have used it, the high frequency vibrations could effect fertility?

Please answer sensitively, thank you

Female and 17 years of age.
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Anonymous #2
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No, if they did that, they wouldn't sell them.
Vibrators only cause orgasms.
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Powerful vibrators can leave your genitals a bit numb for a short while, but the only way a vibrator could cause infertility is if you share one with someone who has chlamydia or use a similarly infected one.

Enjoy the pleasure and stop worrying.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
No, if they did that, they wouldn't sell them.
Vibrators only cause orgasms.
(Original post by unprinted)
Powerful vibrators can leave your genitals a bit numb for a short while, but the only way a vibrator could cause infertility is if you share one with someone who has chlamydia or use a similarly infected one.

Enjoy the pleasure and stop worrying.
Thank you for the replies. I was just worrying a lot because it's vibrations are really rough and thought it could be bad for me.

And oh gosh, no I don't use someone elses, that would be disgusting

Thank you
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Anonymous #3
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All vibrators do is help you have great orgasms. No health risks whatsoever as long as you keep it clean and don't be too rough with it
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Definitely not, don't worry about it at all.
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i think there is some credence in what you speak about. The replies you’re received on here obviously don’t comprehend what you’re getting at. Electrical devices omit EMF’s which we all should know are bad for us.Mobile phones being the number one danger and contender. i had a biometric body scan and it showed higher levels of EMF around my lady garden area. I’ve actually held my vibrator up against an EMF monitor and it started beeping and showed red as high levels and dangerous. So your hypothesis is completely feasible and as something i’ve often wondered myself, hence why i’m digging a little deeper into that theory to see what comes up. I believe it may cause temporary damage to your cells in that area but you can hopefully replenish healthy ones in due course if you live a relatively healthy life and with some abstinence. People use massagers and vibration machines to aid them, so the question is, do they actually do more harm than good or does the good outweigh the harm they may cause? You are wise to question such things.
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