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Name That Symptom – Diagnosing Common Vaginal Issues

The vagina is a complex organism. What other body part has an entire aisle dedicated to it at the local pharmacy? A storing house for all manner of blood, mucus, urine, yeast and some fluids that haven't even been identified by science, the vagina causes women profound stress and frustration. When something goes wrong, i.e. an unidentified infection or odor, the vagina can terrify a woman. So it's important to understand what various symptoms can actually signify. 
What's Wrong With My Vagina? 
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A Dilapidated Immune System Can Cause Vaginal Issues

Stress, exhaustion, hormonal imbalances, allergic reactions, and inflammatory responses can all weaken and leave the immune system in a dilapidated state. For women, poor hygiene and unsanitary conditions can expose their bodies to dangerous bacteria and viruses. Women who suffer from poor vaginal health due to the collated efforts of poor hygiene and chronic pleasure may want to consider taking Apis Mellifica. Read more

That Foul Smell - Identifying the causes of vaginal odor

Vaginal health is of utmost importance. A standard factor in the vagina’s welfare is its pH balance, which is a measurement of acidity. The purpose of the vagina’s acidic nature is to serve as active protection against maladies such as yeast infections (which are the most common), vaginitis and/or vaginosis. Read more

"FOUL!" Yeast infections caused by birth control can be self-defeating

Millions of women take the pill to prevent pregnancy, right? It’s FDA approved and generally safe. But did you know that up to 15% of these women experience birth control complications in the form of developed yeast infections? The odors alone can prevent you from ever getting to 'first base'... Read more

Ways for Improving Vaginal Hygiene & Wellness

Good vaginal hygiene prevents unhealthy vaginal discharge, odor, and infection. A simple daily vaginal cleaning can be performed by rinsing mild soap from your outer genital area after a shower. Dry the area thoroughly to prevent irritation. Included here are various tips and daily vaginal hygiene essentials that will help you to have a healthier vagina. Read more
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