Who Should NOT be Practicing With a Yoni Egg

Please do not use Yoni Egg while pregnant. You don’t want to jostle the uterus during pregnancy or stir up energies or tissue release that could create contractions and compromise your pregnancy. If you have already developed a strong yoni egg practice and practiced regularly for 6 months prior to conception, you may be an exception. Still, in these cases, we recommend only the very passive, yin yoni exercises, and to consult your midwife or health care team. Yoni egg is a wonderful practice to embark on after you gave birth and we suggest you consult your health practitioner that it is now safe to do so.

Please do not use Yoni Egg if you have an IUD. The movement of the egg can bump against the IUD and push it out of place. The yoni egg string can also become tangled with the IUD strings. A pelvic specialist consultant stated using a yoni egg with an IUD can reduce its effectiveness as a contraceptive device, as well as even create tears in the walls of your uterus.

Women who have any type of internal infection (cervical, uterine or ovarian inflammation), or a fever, are advised not to practice with a Yoni Egg until the symptoms have passed. Women also should not practice if open sores or blisters are present.

Please do not use a Yoni Egg if you have a Bladder, Vaginal, or Rectal Prolapse.

Though it is not explicitly dangerous to your health, we do not recommend that you use the yoni egg during your menstrual time. Better to give your uterus space to release the monthly blood without adding any extra stimulus.

If you have any preexisting health condition not mentioned here, especially one that affects your pelvic floor and organs, please seek advice from your medical practitioner before starting the Yoni Egg practice