You know that something’s not right down there when it smells super funky and you have abnormal vaginal discharge. Out of the ordinary vaginal odor is the first indication of when there’s something wrong with your vajayjay, so you should pay attention to what your vaginal odor is trying to tell you. But what is normal vaginal odor suppose to smell like and is there anything that you can do to help keep it normal?
Did you know that women have yeast and bacteria living in their vagina? Gross, right?! Well, it’s actually totally normal…that is, when their population is under control. If there is an overabundance of yeast and all hell breaks loose, you might notice some itching, burning, or rashes on your private parts. That, my friend, is likely to be a yeast infection.
No biggie though, as about 3 out of 4 women will get it at some point in their lives. But, what exactly is a vaginal yeast infection, how do you treat it, and is there any way you can just avoid it all together?
Vaginal loosening is one of the major problems that most women face today. It usually happens when a woman lacks estrogen during menopause or when the vaginal canal has been through trauma such as giving birth. It’s considered taboo to talk about it, but if left untreated, it could lead to serious irreversible damages to the vagina.
You might’ve heard of how the vagina can sometimes get infections caused by bacteria, well, that is what is medically known as bacterial vaginosis. It usually starts out as a mild problem, but if left untreated, could cause some serious damage to the vagina and pose a threat to your health. Here is everything you need to know about Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) and the steps on how to prevent it.
Does your hooha hurt like hell sometimes and you find yourself trying to self-diagnose? Don’t worry, you are not alone! Certain issues with your body can be easier to self-diagnose than others, however, issues down-there can sometimes be a little trickier.
So, we’ve gathered six of the most common causes for when you’ve got mysterious pain down-under and the simple solution to help fix these annoyances.
As you slowly age, you might have noticed that your metabolism is also getting slower. Maybe your pants get tighter quicker after just a day of binge eating and you’re having a harder time losing weight than you used to back in your younger days.
So, what’s the cause of this new annoying phase of life? Well, you might be shocked to find out that one of the factors causing you to have a harder time losing weight is due to lowered estrogen levels.
Over the years, there has been an increase in fads that claim to be the best to cleanse and detoxify the vagina. The vagina is the most sensitive part of a woman’s body, so you definitely want to be extra careful whenever choosing products you use on or in it.
What you may not know is that your hooha is actually pretty good about taking care of itself and surprisingly, you could be doing more harm than good when using other methods to clean it. So, what actually works and what could cause more harm?
Like it or not, sex is a big part of a relationship. Sex problems are not only frustrating, but it can also put a big dent in the relationship. Don’t worry though, you’re not alone. Most women do experience sex problems, although it’s rarely talked about.
Here are four of the most common sex problems that affect women everywhere and the natural remedies that can help fight them away.
Got low estrogen? Estrogen is the one that is responsible for the maintenance and health of the sexual organs and also plays a role in many of our other bodily functions. But, as women grow old or after giving birth, the body produces less and less estrogen.
It’s not only during menopause and after childbirth that the body decreases its production of estrogen; younger women may also experience decreases in estrogen levels. With low or no estrogen in the body, the body’s chemistry gets all messed up causing a lot of uncomfortable and unwanted symptoms.
When asked what comes first to your mind when you hear the phrase “pH level”, your mind may lead to thoughts that include the swimming pool water, highschool chemistry, or those fancy bottled waters that claim to have a “special pH level.” What many women don’t know is that their vagina also has a pH level that it needs to maintain to stay healthy.
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