Protect Your Very Private Parts


Taking care of her vagina, implies an irreproachable intimate hygiene. However, certain habits that are believed to be very healthy may have the opposite effect and affect the health of that organ. Here are the 4 things to avoid, to protect your vagina.

The vagina is undoubtedly the most sensitive part of the woman's body. This intimate area requires proper care to keep it healthy.

Good intimate hygiene is one of the most important actions to preserve the health of the vagina. However, we must not fall into the excess.

It is important to note that the vagina is an organ that can self-clean. It is the role of the vaginal flora, composed of several good bacteria. Thus, a hand or object far too adventurous or aggressive intimate gels will do more harm than good.

Other habits and practices adopted by many people may also have the same effect on vaginal health. These include:

1- The vaginal douches:

Very common practice a long time ago, the vaginal shower is used until now by some women. This is a technique that involves washing the inside of the vagina using an enema bulb filled with water or other intimate hygiene products. In antiquity, the vaginal shower was prized for its supposed contraceptive power, but nowadays it serves rather to "clean" the vagina.

The vaginal shower can however present a real health hazard. Indeed, the vagina is an organ that has the capacity to self-clean and therefore has no need to introduce products inside for this purpose. On the contrary, this can disrupt the balance of the vaginal flora, which acts as protector of the vagina against pathogenic bacteria, responsible for mycoses and infections.

According to various scientific studies, the vaginal douche has been linked to a greater risk of ovarian cancer.

2- Self-care:

There are some minor illnesses and illnesses, such as colds and nausea, which can be treated on your own, taking calmants or opting for natural alternatives. But when it comes to a problem that affects genital health, a visit to the gynecologist is necessary.
Indeed, symptoms like itching, unusual color loss, bleeding ... can announce a mild problem, as they can hide a more serious illness. So neglecting these signs, or trying to relieve them in their own way can have serious health consequences.

As soon as you notice anything abnormal, make a direct appointment with your doctor, who will make a diagnosis and give you the proper treatment.

3- Inserting non-sterile objects:

In order to spice up their antics, some people do not hesitate to try new things and adopt different sexual practices. The insertion of different objects with evocative forms in the vagina is a very common practice, but not always healthy.

Indeed, besides the risk that the object remains stuck inside, it can also lead to infections. The objects used are not always sterile, which means that they contain a lot of microbes, which they will voluntarily introduce into the vagina by inserting them. This can cause serious infections.

So be very careful, because a game of naughty game can cost you very dear!

4- An aggressive intimate toilet:

As is the case for vaginal showers, intimate toilets aggressive and too regular are to be avoided.

Remember that the vagina does not need to be cleaned because it is able to do it on its own. Thus, using perfumed soaps and intimate gels full of chemicals, in order to clean the vagina and eliminate intimate odors, often considered unpleasant, is not the best ideas.

These intimate hygiene gestures can alter the ecosystem of the vaginal flora and reduce the friendly bacteria, whose role is to protect the vagina. The latter becomes more vulnerable to infections.




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