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In Bread and Beer Only: How to Get Yeast Out of Where It Doesn’t Belong

Yeast is an interesting microorganism. Those of us who aren’t brewers or bakers tend not to have a lot to do with it. The only time we run into it is when it pops up exactly where we don’t want it: our vaginas. Feeling itchy? Irritated? Weird smell, but not fishy? You’ve probably got a yeast infection.
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Surprising Benefits of Douching: Proper Application Cleans the Vagina and Prevents Yeast Infections

A woman’s vagina is a sacred place. Multifaceted, this organ allows for sexual intimacy, reproduction and pleasure. Even if you try, you’ll not find another body part like the vagina.
Being sacred, however, doesn’t mean a vagina is free from occasional trouble. One of the most common and annoying afflictions is a yeast infection. The symptoms are distinct enough that women often treat these infections at home. But we propose you skip the itching and burning and prevent yeast infections from starting with routine douching.
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Show the Vagina a Little Love: Knowledge of This Organ is the Only Way a Woman Can Prevent Painful Bacterial Infections

The vagina is designed to run like a well-oiled machine – nearly maintenance-free and self-sufficient. It is a vessel of pleasure during sex and, on any given day, expels toxins from the body. But just as a machine can succumb to wear and tear, so too can the vagina fall prey to infection and bacteria overgrowth.

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Hands Off the Goods, Sister! How Masturbation Leads to UTIs and the Botanical Cure that Can Save You

Urinary Tract Infections. I’ve you ever had one, you know how truly painful and stressful they are. And they seem to strike for no reason at all! Some women are highly susceptible to them, and contract them at all times and seasons. Some women are lucky enough (or unlucky) to get them only in adverse situations. But here’s one thing that you probably didn’t think would trigger a UTI: masturbation.
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Girl, You Nasty! What it Means When Your Pink Stinks

We’re all familiar with it. Especially during the summer, it seems like when you step into a public bathroom the whole place smells like the super meat combo at your local pizzeria. Hot cheese, anyone? Even at home, after a long, hot day, or a hard workout, you might find a little gaminess in your under drawers.
Gunk On My Junk
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Worried About Superbugs? Try This All-Natural Antibiotic

We’ve all been hearing about superbugs lately—the result of too many unfinished courses of antibiotics. The reason superbugs exist is due to the adaptive nature of bacteria. Whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, right? This is especially true in the case of antibiotic resistant organisms, which, if not killed outright by the medicine, become immune to that strain of antibiotics in the future.
Finish the Pack!
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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Not All Bacteria are Harmful, but Yeast Overgrowth Causes Serious and Uncomfortable Vaginal Infections

We’re about to tell you something you may not want to hear: yeast molecules live on and in the human body. Known as Candida, they specifically reside in the colon, mucous membranes and vagina. Don’t worry –their growth is kept in balance by healthy bacteria that also live in and on the body.
When kept under control, yeast poses little harm to the human body. But the key here is control, meaning Candida can grow prolifically to create infection. The symptoms of yeast overgrowth are hard to miss and cause thrush in the mouth and yeast infections in the vagina.
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Yeast Is Only For Baking Not For Your Vagina

Today I'd like to talk to you crazy kids about some vaginal health, and a little well-known condition called a yeast infection. Yeast infections have to be one of the most annoying, itchy, and burning conditions that a woman can contract. Probably the most disconcerting aspect of the infection is the fact that we can actually give it to ourselves. It is not a traditional sexually transmitted disease, nor can it technically be fully categorized as one. Many yeast infection occurrences are actually brought on from one of three possibilities, and none of them include sexual activity.
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What Your Mother Never Told You: Simple Things for a Great Sex Life

If your mother was like my mother, you would have heard constant rumblings of how to keep your “cootchie” clean and healthy. As I grew up, I was the one telling the other girls to go bare-bottomed at sleepovers to prevent yeast infections, an issue I didn’t fully understand at the time, and that thongs dragged bacteria from your anus to your vagina. I was the girl using the words “vagina” and “uterus” when the other girls said “tummy” and “down-there.”
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Minimizing Your HPV Infection Risk from Sex – A Guide for Women

If you're not familiar with genital human papillomavirus, or HPV, you need to be. The CDC reports that it's the most common sexually transmitted infection in the world, and that almost every sexually active man and woman acquires it at some point in their lives.

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