Kourtney Kardashian is actually steaming her vagina with roses to help her get pregnant with Travis Barker
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Kourtney explained the Yoni steam she tried (Picture: Getty)

In the latest , has revealed that she is actually.

Yep, you read that right.

The reality star has been open  with her now-husband , with the family’s series showing their appointments with fertility doctors.

In a new episode the 43-year-old was explaining to her mum Kris Jenner and sisters Kim and Khloe that she had recently tried a new Panchakarma cleanse.

‘I did lose 5lbs but it wasn’t the goal. The goal was to lose all the toxins and it gives you a clean egg,’ she began.

‘Then I did a . It’s so good for your vagina, you put roses and stuff in there.’

Khloe, like the rest of us, seemed both concerned and disgusted as she voiced: ‘I don’t want to put my vagina through that. A steamy vagina? Sounds gross.’

The pair have been open about their fertility struggles on The Kardashians (Picture: Getty/Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC)
In another episode, Kourtney revealed she had been advised to drink Travis’s sperm (Picture: HULU)

This appears to be another intriguing choice in Kourtney’s list as she tries to get pregnant.

In a recent episode, Kourtney admitted she had been told to drink Travis’s sperm to help them conceive.

‘Our last egg retrieval was not successful, so our new thing that we’re going to be trying is a Panchakarma cleanse, which is Ayurvedic [alternate medicine], it’s like 3,000 years old, which will get all of the toxins that are deep within our tissue out of our bodies to have better quality eggs,’ she had said in a confessional.

Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker married in Portofino, Italy (Picture: Backgrid/Enrico Di Virgilio/VERONESI)
It was their third ceremony, after a practice ceremony in March and an making their union official in a Santa Barbara courthouse (Picture: Cobra Team / BACKGRID)

‘I did this cleanse 10 years ago, I kept telling Travis about this and it’s the one thing we haven’t tried that he’s heard me talk about.’

The couple then saw Ayurvedic expert Martha, visiting the pair and asking if there are any thyroid issues.

‘I can’t remember what he said, if it was low or high,’ Kourtney said. ‘And then, but he said something, he told us, well he told me that the thing that would help it was drinking his [sperm] like four times a week.’

‘I love this doctor,’ Travis responded …Yeah, we’re not surprised he’s thrilled with the idea.

New episodes of The Kardashians are available to stream on Disney+ on Thursdays.

Should you really be steaming your vagina?

While the likes of Chrissy Teigen and Gwyneth Paltrow have revealed they’re fans of getting their vaginas steamed, .

The vagina does not need a deep clean or a detox. The vagina is self-cleaning, using a carefully maintained pH balance and healthy bacteria to ensure good health and hygiene.

Doing anything to disrupt that natural process is likely to cause an imbalance in that delicate ecosystem your vagina maintains, putting you at risk of irritation and infection.

‘It’s a myth that the vagina needs extensive cleaning as it is designed to clean itself with natural secretions,’ Dr Vanessa Mackay, spokesperson for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, tells Metro.co.uk.

‘The vagina contains good bacteria, which are there to protect it. If these bacteria are disturbed it can lead to infection, such as bacterial vaginosis or thrush, and inflammation.

‘Steaming the vagina could affect this healthy balance of bacteria and pH levels and cause irritation, infection (such as bacterial vaginosis or thrush) and inflammation.’

Oh, and directing steam towards your vagina will probably scald your labia, which will hurt.

Essentially, not only does steaming the vagina deliver none of the promised benefits, but . Don’t buy into the hype, no matter how many celebs do it.

The vagina is perfectly capable of looking after itself, and getting involved by shoving whatever ‘wellness trend’ up there will only mess things up.