In case you are thinking that you know absolutely everything about keeping your private parts in a good health, I am telling you that maybe you are wrong. Starting from douching until ditching your annual exam there exist a number of common mistakes related to what you shall do if you want to keep a healthy and non itchy vagina, so lets enlighten you
1. USE COTTON UNDERWEAR OR GO COMMANDO
When you are choosing your underwear the lady part has a preference and that is the cotton. This is also very logical of why most underwear come with a thin layer of cotton fabric in the crotch because it breathes as well as absorbs moisture.
This is the ideal way to clothe your vagina as said by the clinical professor of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive sciences at Yale University, Mary Jane Minkin, M.D. When you are laying around the house, you an also go commando so in that case you let things air out as noted by professor
Minkin. Yu should however not go to the gym sans undies because you should want that extra layer between you and the germy gym equipment. This way itchy vagina will be past.
2. WORK IT OUT
You should do kegels as long as it is important for improving your pelvic floor muscles, and these are crucial in having heavy, mind-blowing orgasms as well as bladder control.
3. TAKE GREEK YOUGURT
Ingesting this one can improve and boost the good bacteria in the vagina as you know is great for prevention of some vaginal problems as for example yeast infections. Be aware not to be noshing on the sugary kind as it may make you more susceptible on those infections.
4. DO NOT MISS YOUR ANNUAL EXAM
Exists one opinion against the yearly pelvic exams in case you are not pregnant as well as if no itchy vagina symptoms exist, but going to the gynecologist is not just about you poking around the lady parts as noticed by professor Minkin.
She thinks that having your annual exam is crucial for talking about health problems and using this time to talk about using condoms, fertility and any randm sex questions you are having to ask, and this is just as crucial as checking for STDs.
5. LUBE UP
When you hit the sheets, it feels like your lady part does not get the memo but this is absolutely normal, because the dryness of the vagina can have some impact if you take some medications as for example antihistamines, antidepressants or some hormonal birth control, and this can also crop up after pregnancy or before menopause and when this is happening make sure you communicate well with your partner as so he will not go before you are totally lubricated because it is obviously painful and can also cause abrasions, or , you can use some lube so you can speed the things up and make sex even hotter as noted by professor Minkin.
6. NO TO DOUCHING
If you are in need for some help as to how to keep things clear down there then I shall tell you that you do not because the vagina cleans itself as noted by the clinical assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at NY University, Dena Harris, M.D., and one research has found out that using some intravaginal hygiene products can cause boosted infection levels, pelvic inflammatory disease as well as STDs, so we are warning you not to use it.
7. TAKE CARE WHEN YOU ARE CYCLING
There is one place that you do not know that it can put your vaginal health at risk is the cycling studio, so in case you do cycle often you can be at risk for genital numbness, some itchy vagina, pain as well as tingling when you are cycling.
There exists one research of female cyclists that proved that a number have some experiences with those issues so in case you like cycling, please wear padded shorts and follow these form modifications as so you can keep your vagina pain-free during you are working out.
8. MIND THE ORDER OF THE SEX ACTS
You shall never ever go from anal sex to vaginal without cleaning your rubber or cleaning yourself off firstly said professor Minkin because going from anal to vaginal exposes the vagina to a bacteria and it can also put you at risk from infections.
9. BE VERY CAREFUL WITH THE SOAP
This one can be very good but it does not belong near the vagina because it can really dry the sensitive skin around the vulva and you for sure need to rinse it with warm water if you ant to keep the vagina clean. If you do not want to go soap-free you should stok with a plain and some gentle unscented soap.
Originally posted 2019-01-29 23:07:03.