Monday, 6 May 2019

People are putting tampon-shaped speakers in their vaginas so their unborn babies can hear music


A company called Music In Baby says its Babypod device, which it sells for $150, is designed to help unborn babies "perceive sounds like we do" since it's placed in the vagina, where tissue and material from the womb normally prevent fetuses from hearing sounds as humans do.

The device is inserted into the vagina with the audio-cord side facing down and coming out of the vagina. Then the pregnant person is supposed to attach the cord to a smartphone to play the music. A second audio port connects to headphones if the person wants to listen along.

The company told INSIDER that a clinical trial of over 1,000 patients found that the device was safe for fetuses.

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