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8 Questions About Your Vagina Health, Answered

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Questions about our vaginas can be embarrassing, making it hard to bring them up with even close friends or partners. Doctors, however, have seen and heard it all. Here are 8 questions about your vagina health that have been answered.

1. What Are The Common Causes Of Vaginal Odor?

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Vaginal odor is any odor that originates from the vagina. The vagina is a delicately balanced ecosystem that requires a pH of 3.8 to 4.2 to maintain its health and integrity.

The vagina contains an environment rich in bacterial flora and fluids that produces moisture and secretions. Alterations in the pH create a proliferation of organisms present in the vagina, which causes vaginal infections. Women in the reproductive years will produce about 1.6 to 4.8 g of discharge per day.

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2. Which Common Factors Contribute To Vaginal Dryness?

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Women with this condition may have a variety of symptoms that may include vaginal and vulvar pain, external and internal irritation, and aches in the vulva and vagina. Vaginal dryness due to lowered estrogen levels or hypoestrogenemia can be accompanied by itching, severe burning, discharge, and dyspareunia (painful intercourse)

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3. Is Coconut Oil Effective For Treating Vaginal Dryness?

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Vaginal dryness can cause discomfort and pain. There are various reasons behind vaginal dryness including menopause and childbirth. Hormonal changes in the body, especially reduced estrogen can cause lower lubrication in the vaginal area. The other reasons behind it maybe certain medications, harsh chemicals in your feminine wash or soap, stress and anxiety. Here’s a natural remedy that should bring you great relief from this condition.

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4. Should You Detox Your Vagina From Cosmetic Chemicals?

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Your vagina is exposed to several chemical compounds these days. Although these chemicals trigger different reactions among users, they can cause anything from rashes to swelling. A good example would be yeast infection medications, most of which has triggered inflammation and itching that is long lasting. Recent medical cases include inflammation caused by regular use of harsh chemicals from creams, soaps, lubes and vaginal dyes. These side effects occur as the vaginal canal and vulva are rich in blood vessels and mucus membranes, both of which make chemical absorption faster around the region as compared to the skin.

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5. Are Lifestyle Habits To Blame For Poor Vaginal Health?

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Vaginas are strong to fend off most minor infections and imbalances; however there are certain practices and foods that could lead to poor vaginal health.

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6. What Is Vagina Detox And How To Do It At Home

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Vagina detox (vaginal steaming) is all about using steam and a selection of herbs to cleanse the vagina.

Vaginal steaming in Chinese medicine is used to relieve stagnation and coldness in the body, and in Eastern medicine in general it is used to dilate the blood vessels, increase blood circulation, provide oxygenation and relax the pelvic floor muscles.

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7. Which foods Improve Your Vaginal Health?

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Vaginal infections and irritations can be very painful. Itching, burning, redness or any kind of discomfort can make you restless and uncomfortable. Here are a few foods that you must incorporate in your diet for a healthy vagina.

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8. Root Cause Of Recurring Vaginal Yeast Infections

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Most women experience it at least once in their lifetime: itching, burning, irritated and white chunky discharge that signifies a vaginal yeast infection. A one-off yeast infection is no big deal, you just head to the nearest pharmacy, grab over the counter yeast infection treatment and your problem is solved. But, there are many women for whom the OTC treatments just don’t work or they only work temporarily and the yeast infection recurs within a few weeks or months. If you are one of these unfortunate ones, here are some ways to get at the root of the yeast problem for good.

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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.