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7 Important Things For Your Vaginal Health

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You might be thinking that you know how to take a better care of things down there. Let’s get it straight; when was the last time you got your healthy vagina checked by a doctor? Here are seven ways to start right ahead.

1. Condom, The Protector

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The best way to prevent STDs and pregnancy is to get the condom on him. Using condoms can keep the flora of your vagina in balance, and helps in preventing UTIs, bacterial vaginosis.

2. Strictly Cute Cotton Panties

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Your vagina needs to breathe; it needs continuous air circulation. Cotton panties are a must for your vaginal health.

3. Work Them Out

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Kegel is a crucial exercise for your strong pelvic floor muscles. Care for a highly sensitive vagina and capable of blinding orgasms?

4. Get Hooked To Greek Yogurt

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Embrace a bowl of Greek yogurt more often. The good bacteria in your vagina get a boost in their growth and helps preventing annoying infections and issues.

5. Get It Checked At Least One In A Year

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Talk to your doctor about your worries, about condoms, pregnancy, and contraceptives. Let your doctor poke things down there to see if everything is in a good state.

6. Lube It

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Vaginal dryness before sex is a normal thing. But having sex with a drought down there is painful. Play around with different kind lubes to get rid of this issue. Also, lubes make sex pretty hotter.

7. Cycle Responsibly

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Hard core cycling can make your vagina go numb due to the pressure it feels on the seat. Majority of women who cycle often found these symptoms. Wear padded pants or underwear to prevent the issue.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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