She ain’t going nowhere
For starters, don’t panic. It would be much worse if something got stuck in your rectum, but, unlike it, the vagina has a “dead end” – the cervix. The toy will not go further than it. As if mother nature foresaw that something similar could happen to women.
But the vaginal canal is dangerously close to your bladder, so you have to be extremely careful.
Ask for help
If you have used the toy with your partner (and even if you haven’t), it’s good if there is someone who can help, it’s time to put aside the shame and ask him to pull the toy out with his fingers. In this case, the partner has an advantage over you – he sees what is happening. The main thing is to listen to your feelings. The worst thing that can happen is he pushes the toy deeper. Unpleasant, but not fatal. And this is the reason to go to the doctor.
If there are no assistants and are not expected, you will have to rely on your own strength. Nothing, you are a strong and independent woman! First, sit comfortably and very straight, like a “stake swallowed”. Use the wall for support. With your left hand, hold a mirror between your legs to see what is happening.
The worst thing you can do is tighten up. So take a few deep breaths in and out, relax (easy to say!) and try to forcefully relax your pelvic floor muscles.
Take the right pose
If you can’t get the toy out while seated, try placing one foot on a raised platform, moving it to the side. In this position, women sometimes remove a tampon – it is good because you are quite “open” in it and it is easier to relax your muscles in it.
Make sure everything is in place
If you managed to get the toy out of you, make sure that all its parts are in place. This, of course, is very rare when something like batteries falls out of a sex toy, and there are no “hooks” inside you to make it fall apart. But still, make sure that you remove all the parts of the toy and nothing is left inside.
The moment it’s time to give up
As a consolation, we can tell you that you will not be the first (and definitely not the last) patient who comes to the doctor with such embarrassment. It’s not worth embarrassing it. These things happen, and certainly not by our will. The main thing is not to pull (in a figurative sense of the word, of course). Over and over again, trying to remove a toy from yourself, you can get hurt without noticing it yourself.