10 Tips for Maintaining Healthy Vaginal Hygiene | Do’s and Don’ts | Dr. Hansaji Yogendra

Vaginal health encompasses the overall maintenance and well-being of the vagina and its surrounding tissues. This involves maintaining a healthy balance of bacteria and other microorganisms, practicing good hygiene, addressing any issues or concerns, and taking steps to prevent infections and promote overall well-being. Factors that contribute to vaginal health include maintaining a proper pH balance, practicing good sexual hygiene and communication with partners, managing menstrual health, and living a healthy lifestyle. By taking care of our vaginal health, we can prevent infections, maintain sexual and reproductive health, and promote overall well-being.

If vaginal health is not maintained, it can lead to a variety of problems, including:

· Infections: The vagina is home to a delicate ecosystem of bacteria and other microorganisms, and an imbalance of these can lead to infections such as bacterial vaginosis, yeast infections, and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

· Discomfort or pain during sex: A lack of vaginal lubrication or other vaginal health issues can lead to discomfort or pain during sexual activity, which can impact sexual function and pleasure.

· Urinary tract infections (UTIs): Bacteria from the vagina can travel up into the urinary tract and cause infections, which can lead to painful urination, frequent urination, and other symptoms.

· Fertility issues: Certain infections or conditions that affect the vagina can impact fertility by blocking the fallopian tubes, damaging the uterus or ovaries, or disrupting the hormonal balance needed for conception.

· Psychological distress: Issues with vaginal health, such as persistent infections or pain, can cause psychological distress and negatively impact a person’s quality of life.

In this video we will speak about 10 ways in which you can overcome or prevent these problems.

· Hip bath by Sitting in a tub of warm water
· Clean from front to back
· Avoid scented products
· Wear comfortable clothes
· Practice yogasanas
· Eat yogurt
· Include cranberries in your diet
· Avoid processed food
· Change pads regularly
· Change wet clothes immediately

In summary, if vaginal health is not maintained, it can lead to a range of problems that can impact sexual and reproductive health, cause discomfort or pain, and negatively impact a person’s overall well-being

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