WHEN a woman is about to go into labor, you just hope to find a baby on the way.
But believe it or not, for midwives and doctors alike, a treasure trove of objects has been discovered in women’s vaginas.
For them, nothing is as brief as “another day at work” – as we saw in episode two of the new BBC One series, This will hurt.
New drama following the actor Ben Whishaw playing Adam Kaywho wrote a book of the same title based on her experience as a junior physician in the NHS obstetrics and gynecology (Obstetrics and Gynecology) department.
In one scene, Adam meets a young woman with something inserted into her vagina. But she declined to say what it was, as it was a surprise for her boyfriend, who was also there.
And, to (Kinder’s) surprise for viewers, Adam removed the plastic shell of a Kinder Bueno egg from the woman’s vagina.
It contained an engagement ring and was said to be part of the bedroom proposal.
But due to his “fat fingers”, the boyfriend was unable to grasp the egg, and the couple ended up at A&E, before getting engaged at the obstetrics department.
The story is true – this comes as no surprise to Piroska Cavell, who worked as a midwife at the NHS which is well respected across the UK, and in the private sector.
The 55-year-old man pulled dozens of foreign objects out of the vaginas of expectant mothers.
While she said people think midwife is “sitting around holding babies”it couldn’t be further from reality.
After an incredible career, she finally left her job to set up a wellness clinic, Sese . Clinicin Whitstable, Kent.
But after 10 years in the profession, Piroska has dozens of long stories.
She revealed “one of her best things” to The Sun – finding a pair of bikini bottoms inside a woman’s vagina about to give birth.
“It’s been up there for quite a while, the smallest string bikini bottom,” Piroska said.
“I said, ‘I just need to take these things off,’ and she said, ‘Oh, I haven’t seen them in about nine months.
“She had had sex on the beach about nine months before that, after a few glasses of wine, and she was wearing a tiny string bikini – one that was tied at the side.
“Relationships have been undone, and it hasn’t broken, it has fallen in.
“It’s not the greatest perfume, is it? And so she wondered if she had an infection. ”
Piroska says items can get stuck behind or wrap around the cervix, leading to some unexpected findings on examination.
She said: “The plastic on the top of the broom was definitely a surprise.
“I also discovered tampons, fake nails, piercings and missing pen caps.
“What is even more embarrassing for the patients is that we actually put those items in a plastic bag similar to the one you use for liquids at the airport and give them back so they can see and decide. See what they want to do. surname.”
As a foreign body, anything stuck inside the vagina is worrisome because it can lead to an infection.
“We recommend any unusual, smelly or unpleasant discharge – don’t be shy, come and get it checked, we’ve seen it all,” says Piroska.
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