From the US to Australia, the demand for vibrators has just risen.
No, there is no fantasy of a new model that makes women scream at home (but if so, let us know and we will spread the word).
Doola in the United States shared a tip (pardon for a pun) on Facebook – lovedly given to one of her mum's clients – and this has led to one of the funniest comments we have read this year. Oh yes, and it's very handy for kids.
The owner of the melon and the sweetheart, Crystal Snider, has published: "Our client shares her breastfeeding tool! Use her on the back of her baby while sitting in the bathroom, brilliantly!"
"I share a lot of useful things, but this was the most popular," Cristal laughed. Kidspot
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In just a few days, the post reached more than 2.5 million people and had 16,500 shares.
"I'm surprised and humble at the same time because of the reaction," she said. "It's not a taboo for us, it's not sexuality. It's mom."
Moms with unhealthy children applauded the post thanks to Crystal for sharing their unique paternity advice.
"There are so many who said they did not know what it is. This is a cold peak and a flu season here, so it came in very handy for many moms."
The breastfeeding teacher said that the idea of healing breast disorders in children with a vibrator is not new.
"I had several clients who were sent home from a hospital with a vibrator for my child with heart disease from the hospital," she said, "to help maintain ease. It has been used for many years, but who is going to announce that they were sent home with a vibrator? "
When the submission of comments received a little out of control with some mom-shamers adding their cents, Crystal added to the mail to try to get it back on track.
"Note that many hospitals and respiratory therapists use them in the treatment of respiratory illness in the background in hospital conditions. It is common practice: we just share information and DO NOT sell this product."
Crystal said that the "dildo" could also be used to help unblock the ducts by placing it under the chest during pumping or feeding. "The midwife told me that Mother healed mastitis doing this," she said.
Then there are several ways that can be used as an analgesic pain and stress – apart from the obvious, of course.
"Someone also mentioned that she had nodules in the neck and back, and she carried one in her purse for this. Another use for ishias in pregnancy;
In addition to all the very useful tips, the post gave us a lot of laugh-loud moments.
And just as we all know, one size certainly is not suitable for everyone. This very innocent application is not different.
"Someone came to my office and they said they ordered one who did not do anything," Crystal said. "You would need to have a little power in this but of course on a lower decision for the baby than what you would use on your own."
This article originally appeared on Kidspot and was reproduced with permission