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Vagina Care, Things To Avoid

Fanny, vajayjay, woo-woo, kuku,Veejay and Vagina are some of the names of the female sex organ around the world. The Vagina is a very sensitive organ, and one must be careful of what is exposed to it. The word vagina is often used to refer to the vulva or to the female genitals in general. By its dictionary and anatomical definitions, however, vagina refers exclusively to the specific internal structure, and understanding the distinction can improve knowledge of the female genitalia and aid in health care communication. In this article I will refer to vagina as both internal and external parts of the female genitalia.

Sensitivity; Good and Bad

The sensitivity of the vagina has it advantages but it also make the vagina prone to infections.

According to the Mayo Clinic vaginal yeast infection (also called vaginal candidiasis) “affects up to 3 out of 4 women at some point in their lifetimes”. That is a very common situation.

There are many things that can cause an infection in the vagina, and it’s important to be aware of the risk-factors. For your own health, here are seven things you should never do to your vagina.


Douche tool

Douching is a technique whereby women wash the vagina out with a liquid solution, sometimes a combination of water and vinegar. for hundreds of years there has been a discussion on the potential advantages and adverse effects of this practice, however research from the University of Alabama shows the “risk of ascending infection from the pressure of douching may be greatest around the time of ovulation when the cervical OS is open and therefore the mucous secretion is thin”. furthermore, douching could decrease vaginal bacteria, but cause a fast proliferation of potential pathogens, increasing the danger of associated infections.

Vagina Piercing

Vagina piercing illustration with a fruit.

Some women pierce their Vagina for many weird reasons, the most common reason has to do with sexual fantasy. Piercing is risky,  it can cause unnecessary complications. Doctors from St Mary’s hospital in the UK alert to the fact that the vagina is a sensitive area, and besides the possibility of pain and nerve damage, piercings open up the body to possible infections.

Wearing Tight Underwear

Underwear ought to fit you comfortably and should not be too tight. An underclothing that is too tight will cause friction and irritation, and heat and wetness will build up within the vaginal area. bacteria love this environment and cause infection.

Using weird substances as lube

People require lubrication during sexual performances for several reasons. It’s quite normal to need this lubrication during sexual encounters, but you should never use anything other than standard lube. Other substances can cause infection, and even oil-based lubricants are thicker, and thus more difficult to remove from the vaginal canal.

 Vaginal steaming

Today, many young girls are concern about having a tighter vagina canal, this unwarranted obsession have drive many to harmful substance usage. Vaginal steaming refers to a new trend where women remove their underwear and sit on special chairs that have herbal-infused steam coming out of them, aimed at the vagina. According to the Huffington Post, this process can disrupt the natural bacteria of the organ, making it more prone to infection.

Pushing foreign objects into the vagina

Doctors have removed lots of things from the Vagina, bottles, vibrators, cell phones, remote controllers E.T.C

In a desperate need for sexual satisfaction many women have pushed foreign objects in to their private parts. Any foreign object has the potential to cause an infection, research from the University of Michigan has shown. The most common symptoms of an infection caused by a foreign object include a change in vaginal discharge and an unpleasant smell. If you have lost an object up there, it is important to immediately consult a doctor.

Use of scented soaps or perfumes

Use of scented soap on the Veejay is bad.

The vagina can sometimes have a slight odour, but for the most part its natural scent should be neutral. Infections can cause a bad smell, but using scented soaps or perfumes is a bad idea. Research from Johns Hopkins University shows the vagina is a delicate organ with a specific pH balance. Any scents or flavours can throw off this balance, making it prone to infection.



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