The Sex Clinic’s Sarah Mulindwa reveals most shocking accident she’s ever seen on show | The Sun

THE SEX Clinic star Sarah Mulindwa has revealed the most "weirdest" and "shocking" accident that she's ever seen on the show.

The host, who is a sexual health specialist nurse, lifted the lid on the most goriest experiences from the Channel 4 show.

Sarah explained that a woman came to the clinic after getting a tampon stuck somewhere unexpected.

Speaking exclusively to The Sun about the incident at the Whsky Label launch, Sarah said: "The Sex Clinic is going good, of course every time it goes out there's always crazy stories.

"It always goes viral because everyone can relate and we're all just nosey aren't we.

"So whenever it comes out it's good, we're going to film the new series in a couple of months."


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"I've seen so much, so what's gory for someone else is just normal and standard for me in a day.

"I had someone come in with something in their bum the other week. It was a tampon for some reason and somehow they put it in the wrong place."

The medical expert explained that the young girl was sent to A&E after they failed to dislodge the menstrual product at the clinic.

She continued: "That's the first time I've ever seen it in my 11 years as a sexual health nurse and I was like 'how did that get there?'

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"It was a long story and we had to get it out and we couldn't get it out rather and she had to go to A&E.

"I think that's the weirdest and craziest things I've seen recently, that was one that was out there."

Speaking about the educational importance of the show, Sarah said she hopes her work onscreen will help "empower" people.

"The show is much needed, it's educational and it's much needed," the TV star continued.

"The number of STI's have been on a steady increase for years, peopleare more sexually active than they've ever been.

"So there's a public health need for a show like this, not only normalising talking about sex and infection but educating people so they can make empowering decisions about their sexual lives."

E4's The Sex Clinic aims to 'cut through the taboos about young people's sexual health'.

Viewers previously saw a woman get advice from the experts after revealing she found sex excruciating because her vagina is "drier than the Sahara desert".

Another guest bragged that she has " done everything in the bedroom" and was desperate to get more adventurous.

The 35-year-old model, who was a qualified nurse aged just 21, opened up about the heartbreaking reality of life on the frontline back in 2020.

And during the long shifts, she told how she cared for a man who died alone – before breaking the devastating news to his family over the phone.

Sarah admitted: “It’s been a challenge to say the least. People are dying on their own with no family members around and we are having to break the bad news over the phone."

“One of my patients died alone on my first day back. His family weren’t allowed to say their goodbyes and having to break the news that he had died was one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do."

"It really affected me and I couldn’t help but think about it for days."

"Security guards often ring through to tell us that relatives of patients have turned up wanting to see their loved ones, against government advice."

“Having to explain to them why we simply just can’t allow them in is something that doesn’t get easier."

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"Although I know it’s for all the right reasons, you can’t help but feel like a terrible person. It goes against my intuition as a nurse and instinct as a human.”

Sarah is best known for her TV and radio work but qualified as a nurse almost 16 years ago, and then went on to specialise in sexual health. Being more used to dealing with genital warts and other STDs, she admitted returning to the hospital wards was “daunting”.

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