Yoni Egg Choices: How to Choose a Yoni Egg
Which Gemstone should I choose for my Yoni Egg?
Most people choose the stone by the one they gravitate to the most however if you are having difficulty deciding, semi-precious stones carry different meanings which may help with your choice;
Rose Quartz represents love, warmth, happiness and emotional health. It is an important stone for Heart Chakra work and opens the heart to unconditional love. Rose Quartz has high energy, but its vibe is also calming and soothing.
Green Aventurine is a healing stone also renowned for bringing about vitality, opportunity and good luck. It releases negative energy, disappointments and old patterns or habits. Choose this store to make room for new energies that empower you.
Black Obsidian is a powerful cleansing stone with transformational energy. The Black Obsidian is believed to assist in letting go of trauma, clear negative energy and remove emotional blockages.
Dalmation is believed to help us reconnect with our playful nature and balances Yin and Yang energies. This fun, spotted crystal is a calming stone that brings joy and lifts sadness.
Which Size Yoni Egg should I choose?
Yoni eggs are available in a set of 3 sizes; small sizes or small, medium or large eggs can be purchased individually.
Larger eggs are recommended for beginners as they can be felt easier and encourage you to activate the pelvic floor. Medium eggs are recommended for beginners to intermediate users whiles smaller eggs are recommended for more experienced yoni egg users who have good awareness of their pelvic floor and reasonable pelvic floor tone.
We suggest that you start with a large egg and work your way down to the small egg but if you are only going to purchase one single egg we recommend the medium sized yoni egg.
- Large: 45mm long x 30mm wide (~18g)
- Medium: 40mm long x 25mm wide (~34g)
- Small: 30mm long x 20mm wide (~54g)
Should I choose a drilled on undrilled Yoni Egg?
Yoni Eggs come drilled with a string or without a hole.
Drilled yoni eggs
A string (or thread) can be attached to drilled yoni eggs. Drilled eggs with strings are recommended for people new to using yoni eggs who are concerned they may not be able to retrieve their egg want the comfort of knowing they can remove their egg easily at any time.
The string on a drilled egg can be used to;
- make removal easier - gently pull the string to remove the egg, similar to removing a tampon
- provide sexual stimulation aka "yoni tug of war"
- prevent the egg from falling into the toilet when urinating - hold the string in case the egg comes out (you may need a break from using your egg if this happens as your muscles are likely to be fatigued)
Our drilled yoni eggs ship with a satin string, however, strings should be changed regularly as they are porous and may harbor bacteria. Unwaxed, unscented dental floss can be used as a thread to replace your existing yoni egg string. Ensure new threads or strings are securely tied through the drilled hole before insertion.
Undrilled yoni eggs
Undrilled eggs are recommended for more experienced yoni egg users however most people are able to use an undrilled yoni egg with ease. People new to yoni egg use may be concerned about "losing" their egg and not being able to remove it however most people find an undrilled egg easy enough to remove once they relax. See the Yoni Egg User Guide for more information on yoni egg removal. . Undrilled yoni eggs have the benefit of being completely smooth with no drilled hole or string so cleaning on an undrilled egg is easier.
This information is intended as a guide only and is not a substitute for medical advice you may have received. Please consult your doctor or other qualified healthcare professional to see if using a yoni egg may be suitable for you, if you are suffering from pelvic floor dysfunction or have any health concerns or medical conditions.
Do not use a yoni egg without clearance from qualified medical practitioner if you; are pregnant or menstruating, use an IUD, are suffering from an infection or STI, have a hyperactive pelvic floor, have pelvic organ prolapse, have had vaginal or pelvic organ surgery in the last 3 months, experience pain during intercourse, suffer from vaginismus or other gynaecological medical conditions.