Getting pregnant may be the easiest thing for some women, but for others it can be a completely different story. I cannot speak for myself since I’ve never had any intentions on getting pregnant, but I can tell you a little about ‘waiting’ from my mother’s experience.
The development of new ‘pubic hair styles’ makes it possible for women, and men, to wear tight fitted undergarments without the concern of pubic hair showing. These styles are particularly popular amongst swimmers and athletes, but many women choose intimate waxing to boost their sexuality with their partner, going hand in hand with their personal self-esteem and of course to fulfill personal needs.
The thought of a nasty smell or taste down there makes me break out in a cold sweat. Especially when you are just about to start a physical heart-to-heart. Of course, keeping your intimate area clean and healthy adds to a pleasant taste and smell. But there are more things to consider. I was surprised when a doctor told me that anything you eat or drink has an effect, whether it’s negative or positive, on the smell and taste of your intimate parts.
Eating healthy is the way to a healthy heart and mind. We all know that. But do you know what to eat for wellness below the belt? We all want to avoid intimate discomforts such as itching, a burning sensation and malodor and if certain foods can help to avoid this, it may be time to put our intimate zone on a special diet. Eating certain foods can be one of the easiest ways to boost your vaginal health and can help when experiencing menstrual cramps, yeast infections, bladder infections and vaginal dryness. When shopping, you might want to add these items to your grocery list.
It sounds like a sensual holiday fantasy; making love in a jacuzzi, in the sea or even in a deserted pool by moonlight. As romantic as it sounds, it’s not safe at all. Water in seas, lakes or rivers contains masses of harmful bacteria. During love making, these bacteria find their way to your vagina where they can cause nasty infections. And if you think you’re safe in a cleaned pool, guess again. Pool water contains loads of chemicals that cause irritations.
The vagina is the perfect place for unfriendly bacteria to grow. Its environment being warm, damp and dark provides the perfect incubation. If our bodies lack Lactobacillus, we are highly susceptible to developing infections, especially if our “defenders”, being the Lactobacillus, are absent when these bacterial invaders show up.
Is it just me or do you too hate it when your period comes around? Do you experience extreme pain, especially during the first 2-3 days? Horrible mood swings before and during your period that you just don’t know how to control? Or unfortunately the only remedy is by crying and then indulging in chocolates? Ugh! I truly feel sorry for those who are seen as an annoyance before and during my menstrual cycle. The poor innocent humans that have to put up with me! Especially my most loved ones… Agh! I’m usually so snappy before my period comes, and these food cravings that thrive in me make me eat nonstop and then no wonder why my belly sticks out farther than my boobs!
Hello ladies! Today I’ll be sharing with you some vaginal sex tips that I have learnt along the way. I know it may be difficult to follow ALL of my given advice, especially the before sex advice, but at one point in time it all may come of good use like it has for me!
Hey everyone! Hope you all enjoyed reading my previous blog entry and found it to be beneficial, especially for those who have been battling ongoing yeast infections. What I’m about to share with you today is an embarrassing vaginal moment that occurred to me during the Easter season a couple of years ago…