You've been at work all day and you have a hot date afterwards. Or maybe it's that time of the month and you feel a bit unclean. These are the moments when you would really need a virtual shower. The #1 concern of women in this case is odor. We tend to reapply deodorant during our lunch break, spray some perfume on the wrists in between meetings, or quickly brush our teeth before an after-lunch meeting. But what about our intimate area?. Is it safe to spray perfume there? The answer is no!
I think we can all agree that every woman will experience nasty vaginal complaints once in her lifetime. The statistics don’t lie; three out of four women suffer from frequent vaginal complaints. Some are mild and innocent but some are more severe. Let's see what
You might be thinking that vaginal dryness only occurs with women in menopause. Well, that is definitely not the case. Did you know that even women in their twenties or thirties can experience vaginal dryness? This can be very annoying, especially sex can be painful. There are many possible causes for a dry vagina.
Most women prefer going to the dentist than visiting a gynaecologist. It sounds rather logical because it can be embarrassing to reveal your intimate parts. You can feel quite vulnerable in a chair with your legs up. It sure isn’t comfortable. But is visiting the gynaecologist a thing to be afraid of? It helps when you know what to expect.
Every woman has some sort of vaginal discharge and the amount of discharge is individual for each woman. The same is for smell. Every person has its own smell. What is “normal” or “abnormal” is therefore for you yourself to know. You have to take into consideration that the amount of discharge is not constant but influenced by hormones of the menstrual cycle, pregnancy, sexual arousal, stress, age. So how do you know if your discharge is normal?