Written by Mike George
Reviewed by Womenrx.org
Mike George

Reviewed by Womenrx.org

Written by Mike George

Hygiene is one of the major problems and it must be that as many people as possible are aware of this.

The majority of the instructions received are to wash your hands after you use the bathroom, wear fresh inners every day, and so forth. But when it comes to women’s health, they are recommended with an end number of other hygiene tips that helps them to be safe and healthy and care well for their vagina.

So here are the do’s and don’ts that help you stay clean, healthy, and fresh.

Douching or use of soap is to be restricted

When it comes to the vagina, it is clean and maintains itself. It is responsible to regulate its acidity level to ensure the bacteria don’t grow and cause any infection. The strong or perfumed soaps that are used for douching are not to be used. Using scented products or washing your genitals with such products does have the ability to keep your pH level on track. Disrupting the balance makes you vulnerable to infection. Hence you can consider rinsing with warm water.

Meet your expert annually

Regular check-ups are necessary as it helps to prevent health. One needs to make an appointment and ensure the health is taken care of. Examination processes such as pap smears, STD panels, and mammograms are followed to ensure the reproductive health is taken care of. The annual visit helps to get your concerns cleared as well as assist you if you have some issues.

Don’t get rid of bush

It is common to have hair on and around your genitals but this is nothing to feel gross about.

Be it your partner or you not liking these bushes but they are important for your vaginal health. They help to protect the vulva from bacteria and other unnecessary particles. Razors, wax, and other removal tools are likely to cause irritation or cut the skin makes you suspectable to the infection. Hence, do not remove them completely, but trim them.

Keep it dry

As mentioned, it’s a self-cleanser, it produces enough fluids that benefit your genitals.

Also, excessive moisture does have the ability to cause infection, and hence, to ensure the environment is healthy, try the measures that help to reduce the excessive moisture.

Here are the measures

  • Wiping thoroughly after you use the washroom
  • Changing sweaty or wet undergarments
  • Wearing breathable cotton inners

Clean up after an intimate moment

Intimate moments do have the ability to cause infection and debris into and around the vulva. The body fluids and lubricants make the genitals vulnerable and hence it becomes necessary that one does follow the right guidance to keep themselves away from problems. It is good to take a shower as this helps to wash the unnecessary microorganism from entering your body.