Can Yoni Egg Cause Pelvic Pain?

Yoni eggs are on the rise in popularity, so much so that they’ve made late night TV.

Yet along with this amazing evidence that more and more women desire to claim their pleasure and sexual vitality comes the sad fact that this profound practice is being diluted into “drive-thru Jade Egg practice” aka the McEgg movement.

Watch my latest interview with pelvic pain specialist Isa Herrera where we discuss the dangers of improper practice:

 

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  1. Karen
    Karen says:

    Wow, is all I can say this content is amazing and soooo helpful. I am a mature aged woman who has never experienced the big ‘Ö’ now I realize my tight pelvic floor muscles are contributing to this challenge I have been fight for so many years. I can relate to so much of this video content where as soon as the time approaches my body tightens like a ratchet and all the feelings disappear. My upbringing was surrounded by reminders make sure you do your pelvic floor exercises daily. I am looking forward to receiving my Jade Egg bundle in the post my personal Christmas gift to myself. Thank you Saida xo

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    • Saida Desilets
      Saida Desilets says:

      Yes Karen! I’m so excited for you! Remember to especially move as fast as the slowest part of you. 🙂 Happy Holidays!

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  2. says:

    Dear Saida,
    I love this content, I learned the jade egg practises with you (and other Dao teachers) and worked with it for more than 14 years now. I recovered from a strong pelvis instability, by using the jade egg. I also had an ovary removed. Which was hard, I thought I will lose a lot of my feminine energy by losing my ovary. I learned by the dao practise to use the mother earth energy to restore. To bring back consciousness in my yoni and really listening to her is the most important for me. I do yoni dialogue to listen to her wisdom. A little ‘weight’ adjust to my egg did help me a lot to get my energy flowing. But If you don’t learn where and how to direct the energy its overwhelming. No transformation. It hurts me already for a longer time that some woman offering this practise in ‘one’ day. With no background whats ‘o’ ever. I’m happy you are addressing it. Because If we are starting to use it in an ‘aggressive’ way it feels like we are working against real female empowering. Which is not about strong pussy’s for me, but being receptive and knowing my boundaries and female ‘gifts’ that I have to give. My sweet and worthy treasures ? (for the world) Please keep on going! love and truth will alway’s prevail.

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  3. Joanne Harrison
    Joanne Harrison says:

    It is a shame someone took your product and cheapened it to the McEgg movement. It just is not the same and would never be the same. As usual – Buyer Beware! Cheap imitations are just that – cheap imitations and high potential for harm. It is really sad.

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  4. Beth
    Beth says:

    Beautiful, thank you both for your thoughts! My question would be then…what can a woman do who feels she is too “tight”? What are some good exercises for cultivating that suppleness and receptivity? Thank you again for the video <3

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      • Beth
        Beth says:

        Yes, I do have your book! It seems like many of the practices you offer cultivate that more yin energy, but I wonder what you think is the most useful. I’d love any reference to your book as well..Much thanks <3

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        • Saida Desilets
          Saida Desilets says:

          Ah, great!! I would focus on the MELTING part of any of the exercises… the sipping one is truly a gem, if you do it slowly and really allow your body to learn how to actively (yet gently) open. 🙂

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          • Beth
            Beth says:

            I love it, thank you Saida! Those just melt my heart. I feel really drawn to the inner smile practice and I have been really loving the sipping practice as well. I will pay more attention to spending more time with those parts of the practice.

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