Thursday, 22 September 2016



   #Use only warm water to wash the vulva. Dry thoroughly with a clean towel. (If the vulva is very irritated, you can try drying it with a blow dryer set on cool.)

·         #The vagina cleanses itself naturally in the form of normal, vaginal discharge. Avoid using douches unless prescribed by your physician. These products can upset the natural balance of organisms.

·         #Wear only white, 100 percent cotton underwear. Avoid wearing nylon, acetate, or other manmade fibers.

·        # Avoid wearing thongs.

·        # Rinse underclothes carefully after washing. Or, double-rinse.

·         #Wash new underclothes before wearing.

·         #Use a mild soap for washing underclothes. Do not use detergents or fabric softeners.

·         #Use soft toilet tissue (white only).

·       #  Use chemical free menstrual napkins to control menstrual bleeding.

·         #Don't scratch.

·        # Avoid wearing nylon pantyhose or panty girdles. They trap heat and moisture, providing an ideal breeding environment for organisms. When nylons or leggings are required, wear cotton or nylons with a cotton panty.

·         #Avoid these feminine hygiene products, which can irritate the vulva: sanitary pads, feminine spray and deodorants, Vaseline®, oils, greases, bubble baths, bath oils, talc, or powder.

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