1. Replacing contraceptives with condoms
A small condom not only provides contraception, but also isolates bacteria in semen and diseases from the opposite sex, such as herpes and papillomavirus. Contraceptives do not have this isolation effect, and some women are prone to recurrent fungal vaginitis after using contraceptives. This is because the estrogen in contraceptives promotes the production of fungal hyphae, leading to further harm to women's health.
2. Reduce the frequency of pad usage
Many girls find pads very hygienic and convenient to use, especially when there is a lot of vaginal discharge before and after menstruation. Many people choose to use pads. However, frequent use of pads does not have any benefits for women's health, as the gel on the surface of the pad has poor breathability, making private areas airtight and becoming a breeding ground for viruses. So if the pads can be used, they should be replaced diligently to reduce the chances of bacterial growth.
Reduce the frequency of pad usage
3. Do not wipe with inferior tissue after urination
Many public restrooms provide paper towels, but these types of tissues are usually of poor quality and have a lot of bacteria. If you use these tissues to wipe after urination, it will actually provide opportunities for bacteria to grow; Many people also put some toilet paper in their pockets for emergency use, but whether it is directly placed or packaged, as long as it is opened, it is easy to get infected with bacteria and is not suitable for wiping the external genitalia. If you really can't find clean toilet paper, it's okay to not use anything after urinating, but don't forget to change and wash your underwear frequently to keep your private area healthy and clean.
4. Trim body hair
Body hair can affect the sensitivity of private parts, and the best method is to "cut" it. Hot wax and various hair removal creams can damage the skin in the V zone, causing unnecessary redness and swelling, and even bacterial infections. Although pruning is not as thorough and immediate as the above two, for the health of private areas, you can have the other half tidy up the garden for you. Moreover, men use razors every morning, and their "gardening" skills are much stronger than those of women.
5. Let 'her' breathe fresh air
100% pure cotton underwear is the most thoughtful protection for women's privacy. In addition, try to minimize wearing tight jeans and other tight buttocks clothing, which can increase body temperature, increase the number of bacteria, and cause vaginal diseases.
100% pure cotton underwear is the most thoughtful protection for women's privacy
6. Don't wash your body with soap
Some girls are obsessed with keeping their private parts "clean", so they wash them with soap every day. However, in fact, women's vaginas are weakly acidic, and alkaline soap can disrupt their original acid-base balance, which can easily lead to the proliferation of bacteria. The correct cleaning method should be to rinse with clean water, and weak acidic female lotions should not be used casually, but should be used as appropriate with the permission of a doctor.
7. Doing Yin Shrinking Exercise
Tighten the muscles near the pelvis and PC muscles. Use the strength and method of suppressing urination, maintain for at least 2 seconds each time, three times a day, and persist for 15 days per month. This not only keeps the vagina tight, but also promotes blood circulation to the inner wall of the vagina, increasing its sensitivity.
8. Be cautious when going out
Some women wearing short skirts on long-distance buses may eventually become infected with fungal vaginitis, doesn't it sound a bit unbelievable? Some facilities in public places, such as cushions on buses, toilets and bathtubs in hotels, and beds that have not been disinfected, may contain a large amount of mold, waiting to endanger your health. So when going out, it is important to pay more attention and cultivate a good sense of prevention. For example, do not use the hotel's bathtub casually, bring your own pajama set when traveling, and place toilet paper before using a public toilet.