Just like the male penis, there is no manual that comes with the vagina. And with the African pseudo-conservative nature, most females don't get actual lessons on what to do or not to do with their genitals.
Most females have been taught to keep their private parts private, and thus they tend to totally ignore it without taking special care of it.
This is a mistake and women must be aware of the importance of paying attention to this sensitive part of their body. The reproductive health of most females often manifests itself through symptoms in the vulva and vagina. This part of the body is delicate but needs special attention.
Truth is there are proper and improper uses of a vagina, and here are the improper uses:
1. DON'T use vaginal douches
A vaginal douche may seem harmless enough but according to scientific research, douches alter the natural pH of your lady part thus making it more vulnerable to infection.
2. DON'T use soap to clean your vagina
Just like douches, washing the vagina with soap might seem like a good idea but using soap in washing the vagina will ALTER the natural pH balance of the vagina too. Water is all you need to wash your vulva; soap is irritating anyways
3. DON'T wear underwear from synthetic materials
Cotton underwear is ALWAY the right attire to guard your vajayjay in. Synthetic underwear has been known to prevent genitals from "breathing", thus reducing aeration and making you more prone to infection.
4. DON'T wear tight clothing
Tight clothing will cause urinary tract infections in women. They have also been known to cause cystitis, which is an inflammation of the bladder and vulvodynia, pain in the vulva.
5. DON'T use vaginal sprays
Seriously, vaginal sprays don't do any good. Whether it is in the form of powders, scented towels etc, these things are totally unnecessary and will hard the natural microbial flora which aids the vagina. Simply put, stay away from these.
6. DON'T sleep with underwear
Sleeping without underwear allows your vagina to be well-aired during your rest.
7. DON'T use panty liners
Most pantyliners are made with a plastic backing which allows very little air to get through to the vagina.
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