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Vaginal "tightness": Myths, tips, and what you need to know about the pelvic floor
Your Vagina: An Owner's Guide, Part 2 | The Oregon Clinic
Vaginal itching. It can be very frustrating to figure out why your lady parts are giving you trouble, so here is a guide to help you do some detective work and figure it out. In a perfect world our vagina stays acidic which suppresses the growth of yeast and bacteria. Many things can affect this PH balance and cause irritation and itching. Some of these things are beyond our control such as fluctuations in hormones throughout the month, your period, and changes in vaginal discharge with your menstrual cycle.
8 Things Affecting Your Vagina for the Worse
Everything you need to know, from results and electorates, to the seats that matter. If you go to your GP with a sore back, knee pain or a headache, you'll probably feel quite comfortable telling them what's going on. But when the body part that's causing you trouble is inside your underwear, it's often a different story. Women will ignore symptoms that involve their vulva or vagina because they feel embarrassed or ashamed.
Getting sweaty at the gym is great on so many levels, but not so great for your vagina. Your vagina has a tendency toward natural wetness. As the owner of a vagina, you should take precautions to make sure it is getting as much air as possible. The Lycra or spandex you wear at the gym is not ideal for a well-aerated vagina.