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Ok So IM just going to Jump right into It. my GF is 22 weeks along with MY Child,, 1Yesterday We were initiating Sex and i started Oral Or her,to my Suprise i felt what Seemed to be toilet paper inside of her Vagina.1 thought it was extra mucas e had read about in Pregnancy Discussions, so i Continued to Move on. after we Were done i Couldnt help but to aSk. Ok follow me Close here this may Get bumpy. after finally talking her into Spilling the beans,She Confesses to patting a Slick of Dove Deodorant in her Vaginaidnt what to Upset her so i dropped it because shes not the moSt Stable mentaly, and is known to Do wield things Occasionally but this One Really Makes me orry, that cant be health for b the baby and Should i worry ? So Question wes that bad for the baby. how should I interprate the action and how Should i handle this.thank you

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Ya, that's definitely odd.  And it is worrisome that she is pregnant and not stable mentally.  Not even stable enough to ask about a very odd thing to do like sticking deodorant into her vagina.  Perhaps she was trying to make it smell fresh or dry up discharge. But either way, not good to do.  She needs to be able to talk about things. You need to be able to talk about things with her.  How are you two going to raise a baby if you have to walk on egg shells when talking to her?  No, it probably isn't bad for the growing fetus.   But you guys gotta work on the communication and her mental stability.  good luck
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