Tuesday, 24 January 2017

Funny Vagina Odor and Solutions

The Vagina is the most sensitive part of a woman’s body. Apart from the fact that it produces human beings and gives sexual pleasure, it is a part of the body that if not well taken care of, might just pose a problem. Taking good care of your Vagina as a woman should be one of the most important hygiene routines you should take every freaking day. Why? Because the vagina has tendencies to give unpleasant odor when it is not taken care of properly. While many women do not like the smell of their own vagina, the fact of the matter is that a healthy vagina doesn't smell bad (many men will tell you that it smells great!). A vagina naturally contains a wealth of bacteria which keep it healthy and clean, much like your other internal organs. Truly bad vaginal odor is a result of infections or bacterial imbalances and you should see a doctor to solve this problem. A lot of women might begin to ask why they should be concerned how their kitties taste. True, you don’t eat dinner from there or taste it from time to time when hungry but you do have a man/husband/boyfriend/fiance who probably performs oral on you. Now if you love him enough to part your legs and let him do oral, then you should love him enough to keep it fresh, clean and tasty for him.....

REASONS WHY YOUR VAGINA MIGHT HAVE AN ODOR

1. Watch out for infections and diseases.
These are the major causes of serious vaginal odor. Examples of such infections and diseases include yeast and bacterial infections (the most common causes), STIs, STDs, or viruses like herpes. Even much more serious problems like some kinds of cancer or internal ruptures can cause vaginal odor. You will need to monitor your body for other signs of illness and if you really feel that your vaginal odor is unnatural, see your doctor.[1] One thing to look out for are unusual discharges from your vagina. Brown, green, or chunky white discharges are signs of infection and you should go see your doctor as soon as possible. Just remember that some discharge is normal and healthy but it should not smell.

2). Be aware that certain sexual practices cause vaginal odor.
Any introduction of foreign bacteria can upset the delicate balance in your vagina and so sexual practices can have an effect. Certain practices in particular can set off a reaction, namely anal sex before vaginal sex, Mouth-action, and the use of objects or food as penetrative methods. If you wish to engage in these practices, use protection (like a condom) and change it in between activities.

3). Check for foreign objects.
Foreign objects lodged in the vagina will cause your body's immune response to react and try to attack the object. This can cause bad odor as well. Tampons that have been forgotten or left in for too long, pieces of a broken condom, or objects used in sexual play are examples of such causes for odor.

4). Be careful to practice proper hygiene.
Improper hygiene can lead to a buildup of bacteria around your vagina. This will cause odor, though it may not necessarily cause an infection. If you want to reduce odor, keep yourself and your clothing clean.

5). Avoid hot baths and hot tubs.
Surrounding your vagina with overly hot water will kill much of your body’s natural bacteria which preserves the delicate balance of your vagina. Avoid sitting in very hot water too frequently or for too long.

HOW TO GET RID OF VAGINAL ODOR AND PREVENTION

 

Remember, that every woman has a certain smell to her vagina. If you feel the smell is offensive, onsets suddenly, or warrants a trip to the doctor – the following tips can help to eliminate vaginal odor and keep it from returning:
  • Eating plenty of plain yogurt is found to be effective. Make sure that this is organic, unflavored yogurt, especially the non-sugary type. Yogurt is rich in lactobacillus, which helps to restore the normal vaginal pH level, helping to prevent the condition from recurring.
  • Apple cider vinegar helps restore the acidic quality of the vaginal flora and fights off the toxins that cause infection. Simply indulge in a long bath with two to three cups of this natural antibacterial agent in your bathing water to achieve quick results.
  • Garlic is one of nature’s most powerful antibiotics. Inserting a clove of garlic into your vagina and retaining it for a couple of hours can alleviate the bad vaginal odor to a large extent.
  • Pour half cup of vinegar and half cup of salt into a bathtub and soak several times a week.  This will help to balance the vaginal pH.
  • Avoid douching. Instead, wash with warm water and mild soap. You may find a hand held shower attachment can help you to feel cleaner. Be sure to wash the labia and inner folds of the vagina as well.
  • Wear cotton panties and loose fitting clothes. Tight jeans and fabrics that don’t allow your vagina to breathe can result in vaginal sweating, causing bacteria build-up, and eventually will cause an odor.
  • Always wipe front to back after bowel movements to avoid spread of rectal bacteria.
  • Changing pads, tampons, and pantie-liners frequently.
  • Changing underwear daily.
  • Avoid using scented product, harsh laundry detergents, or feminine products designed to ‘freshen’ the vagina.
  • Take a pro-biotic supplement to ensure you maintain a healthy level of ‘good’ bacteria in your body.
Remember that vaginal odor to a certain degree is absolutely normal! Paying attention to your body and being aware of any sudden changes, and seeking medical attention accordingly, are your best defense against recurring feminine odor. Still, any sudden change in your feminine odor is a sign your body is trying to tell you something is wrong, and it should be heeded.



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